Archive for September, 2009
Work of Michæl Paukner
via Boing Boing
Obey the Kitty.
Creepy baby head planters found on Etsy.
Vienna Dance poster campaign.
Rubber Duck by Florentjin Hofman
12 x 14 x 16 meters, Inflatable, pontoon and generator
There is a strange calmness I love about these photographs from Amy Stein’s Domesticated series. For anyone who lives in the American west, close to the foothills or in the mountains, there is probably sense a familiarity with some of these images.
“How it would be, if a house was dreaming” by Urban Screen
Motion visual identity piece for Universiteit Twente by Studio Dumbar.
Design Barcode from Japan makes the bar code interesting.
via Aqua Velvet
New song from Gusgus titled Add This Song.
Michel de Broin Black Whole Conference 2006
Born in 1970 in Montreal, Michel de Broin lives and works in Montreal and in Berlin.
Through a collection of objects and actions, his works seek to escape the constraining nature of modern utopian aspirations whilst attempting to reenact them in playful, jesting objects that glorify the referent on the one hand while upstaging it on the other. Drawing on his doubt in the capacity and value of ideas, his sculptural projects seek to put them to the test by literally confronting them with the necessities of reality in assemblage that often troubles the ideas it purports to speak for.
An old favorite from Amon Tobin.
Triangles and angular shapes are popping up everywhere. I have been using them in my work for the past year and they are showing up in so many good designs like The Animals series from Nacho Gil.
Beautiful video for the single This Momentary from Manchester band Delphic.
New video for Seven by Fever Ray directed by Johan Renck, who also directed this visually interesting and chaotic commercial for H&M.
Great collection of vintage Porsche posters at Grain Edit.
Princess Hijab gives this D&B a much needed makeover.
Photo by Antoine Bréant
Loving this guys work.
Spiders in the Chandalier by Australian artist Ben Frost
Nice collage and mixed media work from San Francisco based artist David Bayus
via Beautiful Decay