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SARAH ILLENBERGER

SARAH ILLENBERGER

Anagrama | Brand Intelligence Group Star Wars™ Pancake Molds Mitsuko Nagone Photography | Inspiration Now Article collected from Fubiz™. Visit source. Mitsuko Nagone, a Japanese photographer, tried with her series New Self, New to Self to ‘create herself artistically instead of finding an identity. Hiding her face in various situations, discover wacky and successful shots in the article.

Nigel Slater cooks a light and simple Sunday supper Strange, isn't it, how we often want a little something to eat in the evening, so soon after passing round the Sunday roast? Sometime around seven, I find an excuse (any excuse) to wander into the kitchen in search of the second, occasionally third, meal of the day. My head is keen to object on the grounds of greed. My tummy thinks otherwise. Last weekend was no exception. Four hours later, the sight of the cool, fudgy flesh of the leftover fish looked tempting, but the remains of Sunday lunch are too precious to scoff in a fit of Sunday evening peckishness. The "other Sunday meal" has long been made up of bits of the preceding lunch: snippets and nuggets from the roast, maybe leftover potatoes and greens fried up as a contemporary version of bubble and squeak, the meat stuffed into a doorstop sandwich of the best bread we can find on a Sunday. Puddings from Sunday lunch are often appreciated even more later in the day, when they have had time to settle. Heat an overhead grill.

CHOOSE FOREVER Designed with the LEO BURNETT Department of Design Team: Alisa Wolfson, Peter Ty, Casey Martin, Kelly Dorsey, Andy Luce Retail Ticket — Designed at Leo Burnett DOD Outfield — Designed at Leo Burnett DOD with DOD team Letterhead — Designed at Leo Burnett DOD Bill Murray at bat — Designed at Leo Burnett DOD with DOD team Celebrity Tickets — Designed at Leo Burnett DOD Booklet — Designed at Leo Burnett DOD Fans — Designed at Leo Burnett DOD Collateral — Designed at Leo Burnett DOD Kerry Wood — Designed at Leo Burnett DOD Designed at Leo Burnett DOD Pennant — Designed at Leo Burnett DOD Bill Murray — Designed at Leo Burnett DOD Designed at LB Department of Design, Alisa Wolfson Creative Director Cy's Tavern / co-op design with Matt George Materiel Magazine / co-op design with Michael Freimuth

molecular gastronomy In 1969, the hungarian born physicist Nicholas Kurti (1908-1998) held a presentation for the Royal Society entitled “The Physicist in the Kitchen”. He started of by refering to one of the aphorisms in Brillat-Savarin’s book “The physiology of taste” which translates to something like: “The invention of a new dish is of greater importance to the happiness of mankind, than the discovery of a new star” It was also in this presentation that we find the perhaps most quoted words by Nicholas Kurti: “I think it is a sad reflection on our civilization that while we can and do measure the temperature in the atmosphere of Venus we do not know what goes on inside our soufflés.” In his lecture, Kurti suggest using syringes to inject rum into mince pies and to use the proteolytic enzymes in fresh ananas juice to tenderize meats. Kurti also advocated low temperature cooking. This quotation is said to be one of Nicholas Kurti’s favorite quotations! Hervé This showing eggs immersed in colored solutions.

Top 100 des plus belles affiches de festivals français 2013 Né sur feu Fm-r en 2012, le Top 100 des plus belles affiches de festivals français revient en 2013 sur Konbini. Se basant sur trois critères (originalité, idée et sens, performance graphique), voici donc le classement de 265 affiches de l’année écoulée. Clairement, le niveau s’est élevé. Et c’est tant mieux ! Il est bien entendu question de dissocier illustration (art) et communication (stratégie). Illustrateurs, graphistes, peintres, photographes, dessinateurs : place aux artistes ! #1 : la claque de l’année. #4 : on avait oublié l’affiche 2012 (pourtant superbe) dans notre top l’an dernier. #7 : un homard qu’on croirait échappé de La Marche du Crabe. #14 : il y a comme une douce “rebellitude” qui émane de ce visuel : typo verticale, texture, sweat à capuche, tête baissée, yeux cachés, allumette au bec…#15 : Picasso période cubisme vs années 50. #17 : le corbeau & le rhino sur un arbre perché. #20 : là aussi, on était déjà passé à côté de l’affiche en 2012 : une perle.

Zola et la Typographie | le lettrage comme acteur militant Via la Société Emile Zola, voici une série d'affiches des œuvres théâtrales, littéraires et cinématographiques issues de l'œuvre d'Emile Zola. Tout le monde se souvient bien entendu de son célèbre J'Accuse parue dans le Figaro du 13 janvier 1898. Mais si vous voulez revivre cette affaire Dreyfus, rien de tel que de vous replonger dans le timeline édité par la Emile Zola Society. Je me suis plus particulièrement attaché à vous montrer ces quelques affiches de l'époque qui témoignent de plusieurs choses. Typographie Foisonnante: Chacune des affiches laisse paraître l'utilisation de nombreux caractères sauf peut-être celle de NANA ci-dessous mais il s'agit là certainement d'un teasing et non d'une affiche complète. Expressivité graphique: Chaque ligne, chaque mot typographié par le peintre en lettre devait hurler un message, un sens. La couleur et les manuaires, amplificateurs de messages: Biographie Centres d'intérêt Hermann Zapf.

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