Graphic Exchange - The blog of Mr Cup - graphic design, print, identity, products and more... After weeks of work, I am pleased to present my new portfolio. It will be now under the mrcup-studio.com name as after working freelance for years, I am now in a real studio with Jef working with me. He designs this website and I thanks him for that, I guess it is important to have a new eye on your own work !
Clik clk – Blog d'inspiration Wallpaper* Magazine: design, interiors, architecture, fashion, art Art of the Menu About Art of the Menu, is a division of UnderConsideration, cataloguing the underrated creativity of menus from around the world. Art of the Menu uses Typekit to render Proxima Nova by Mark Simonson and Adelle by Type Together. Art of the Menu is run with Six Apart’s MovableType 6.3.2
50 Design Blogs You Have To Read In 2015 - Shillington Design Blog Hello readers! Guess what? We’ve updated this list for the new year. Check out 50 Design Blogs You Have to Read in 2016. As designers we find inspiration everywhere. When we’re out and about, in books and magazines, galleries and exhibitions—and, of course, on the internet. Web Design Inspiration, CSS Gallery and Video Review Podcast - Unmatchedstyle.com The Science of Creativity - Graphic Design Yes, Sweden bring me one of these flying carpets please! Oyyo. Woos (2010) by PetPunk from Lithuania. Am back from the UK, and here is Japan's Myoshka. The unofficial poster of this track.
50 Design Blogs You Have to Read in 2016 - Shillington Design Blog Our most popular post of last year was 50 Design Blogs You Have to Read in 2015, a comprehensive countdown of where to find the diamonds in the endless mine that is the internet. Well a lot can happen in a year on the blogsophere, so today we take a fresh look at the hottest and brightest blogs for 2016. As well as serving up visual feasts of good design, these feeds offer sound business advice, technology hacks and the latest industry resources from all corners of the world.
Art Stars as Action Figures Art Army Royalty © Mike Leavitt | Low-res gif © Jeremyriad You’ve seen his sketches, now marvel at the masterwork of Mike Leavitt, the artist’s artist. Tomorrow, Saturday, September 10th, his Art Amy Royalty will be on view at Jonathan LeVine Gallery in New York. The show includes never-before-seen action figure versions of art stars Matthew Barney, Christo, Chuck Close, Lucian Freud, Gilbert & George, Damien Hirst, David Hockney, Jasper Johns, Ellsworth Kelly, Jeff Koons, Barbara Kruger, Yayoi Kusama, Takashi Murakami, Yoshitomo Nara, Claes Oldenburg, Gerhard Richter, Ed Ruscha, Tom Sachs, Julian Schnabel, Richard Serra, Cindy Sherman, Frank Stella, James Turrell, Cy Twombly, Kara Walker and Ai Weiwei. Mike Leavitt and Jeff Koons' body
The Exile of Satan from Heavy Metal Design — Those “heavy metal” bands that debuted during that first palmy MTV generation sound like nontoxic pop compared to today’s vast offerings of subaltern metal genres, where intricate is the new heavy, and glacially slow is far more radical than hyperfast. Metal has evolved in such diverse directions—drawing from and crossing over with punk, math rock, noise, and avant-garde musical threads—that perhaps the real surprise is how audiences who never thought of themselves as metalheads are now exploring bands with names like Baroness, Gojira, Isis, and SUNN O))). Detail from the 2009 Isis album Wavering Radiant Heavy metal has evolved visually as well. Gone are the fantasy illustrations of radioactive zombies and band logos composed of overlapping swords.