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Today and tomorrow. Colectiva. A wait for ever We truly hope you can find a place in your heart for forgiveness as we feel quite bad that we haven’t posted anything during the last days, and we’d like to apologize.
Unfortunately we’ve been dealing with hosting problems, lack of time, stress, and preparation for a couple of kick-ass activities of which we’ll be writing about during the next couple weeks. Meanwhile, enjoy this animated gif by Rene Abythe conveniently titled A Wait for Ever. via: computers club Loading ... Los Pink Floys Damn, these compadres sure know how to get down! I spotted this gem over at Pablo Leon de la Barra’s selection of youtube videos for Random Rules ‘09. Jetsonorama + Yote Really diggin’ this wall by Jetsonorama + Yote in Tucson, Arizona. via unurth Aircondition Aircondition (2006) x Oliver Laric. Ayala Serfaty Beautiful light sculptures by Ayala Serfaty, which in a way remind me of the incredible work of Tara Donovan. File Magazine. PHOTO! - BOOOOOOOM! - CREATE * INSPIRE * COMMUNITY * ART * DESIG.
The blog started in 2009 as a personal space to bookmark and collect imagery i stumbled upon across the web, but also somewhere to share my own photography. If you are the original owner of any work featured on the blog and want it removed, please send me a message. I do not profit economically from the use of any of these photos. If there's a photo or project you would like to have featured and you think would fit. Get in touch! Fredrik Posse. Welcome. Sweet Station. Josh Bronaugh Joshua Bronaugh is an artist that is originally from many places – he spent some years in Germany, before skipping through American mountains, forests, and salt flats, landing eventually in the south.
His paintings, often large in scale, focus the obsessions of memory and emotion, almost always pushing the human figure to the edges of representation and, in some instances, far into abstraction. ( via LeQuire Gallery ) Alex J Jefferies ” I’m a 3D artist, illustrator & animator from the UK. I have been working professionally in CG since 2001 & I am currently a partner in the illustration studio www.mdi-digital.com . ” – Alex J Jefferies Angie Wang ” When I was a kid I made a mural on my wall out of snot, and that’s when I knew I was artistic. ” – Angie Wang Tom Phillips ‘ Tom Phillips from Exposure Agency in USA created a website called The Dead Photos where he takes photos of himself splayed out in all manner of poses as a corpse, dead to the world. Shuichi Nakano. History of Our World. Behance Network.
Faber Films - Faceout Books. Faber FilmsDesigner: Ed CornishAuthor: VariousTypefaces: Berthold Akzidenz Grotesk and ImpactGenre: FilmPublisher: Project sponsored by Faber and Faber, but these designs were never published Here is a great series designed by Ed Cornish. When I first saw these, I thought these were extremely unique covers. The more I learned about their creation, the more unique they became to me. Though not final covers, I think they merit being examined closely. Thanks Ed, for sharing your process and thoughts on design. Background These covers were designed as a response to the 2009 D&AD student award brief for typography, sponsored by Faber and Faber. I took inspiration from the perspex tile lettering commonly used in cinema signage. Creative Process It became clear early on that I would have to remove myself, quite a bit, from the design process if I was to make the covers look convincingly naive and clumsy.
TheDieline.com: Package Design. - NEWWORK MAGAZINE ISSUE Nº1 - Man who wants to flyTiziano Magni The Most Famous Unknown ArtistEli Kince Nowhere to go, Everything to seeMario Hugo Universal GeniusYuji Takenaka About NEWWORK magazine is a large-format arts publication for Connoisseur of fresh ideas.