As of now the blog in its current format will go inactive. I will leave the posts here to serve as an archive of inspiration. But do not fret, there will still be interesting stuff coming your way for I will not quit my blogging activities altogether. I won’t be writing anymore, but I will create a wall on the front page which will update every time I post something on Twitter or Facebook. Also every time I like/favorite a video or a link on a social media site (YouTube, Vimeo, Delicious etc) it will be posted. These changes will take place sometime next week.
I want to thank all my readers and fans for their support over the last two years or so. 31 000+ hits truly humbles me for originally this blog was created to just record interesting art & design related stuff for myself and act as a part of my university studio journal.
I hope you enjoyed the run — I sure did — and please do stop by every once in a while to see the latest happenings! Once again, thank you and see you soon!
For the legendary designer Wim Crouwel’s retrospective the Design Museum in London commissioned a big cadre of designers to design a catalogue, posters and other stuff. First up is the catalogue by united editions.
Next is the exhibition poster and a set of limited edition ‘C’ posters by Spin.
And last but not least, 6 designs by various Crouwel admirers (Spin, Cartlidge Levene, Build, Experimental Jetset, MuirMcNeil & Philippe Apeloig).
Here’s some work by the Brazilian artist/designer Zansky.
More stuff here: www.zansky.com.br.
Street art mini-documentaries and time-lapses featuring HUSH, Fejzo & Luca Ursic, SUPAKITCH and Eric Bergling & John Skoog.
Charles, Your Hangover is a hilarious and clever film about hangovers. The film was written and directed by Two Trick Pony and the cinematography is by JK Pincosy.