Seriously, how cool is this? Buenos Aires-based artist Axtor Majesto of Espeluzland sent me this photo of Yoda two days ago. If you havenâ€™t been keeping up to date since I last featured him here, you all should definitely check out his newest work. Raw stuff! Links here and here. Thank you Espeluzland!!
Check out Adris Group’s glow in the dark annual report by Bruketa&Zinic OM. Despite the crisis, Adris Group has had a successful business year 2008, so they wanted to show it off with their annual report. Adris Group believes how good ideas glow, so their annual report glows in the dark because the successful business year is the result of all the glowing ideas of their 3000 employees. Fun stuff! More photos here.
” In retrospect I would say from Donald Duck I have learned more about life than from all the schools I ever attended.” – Gottfried Helnwein
Ladies and gentlemen, I bring you Russian illustrator Mikhail Glukhov. Check it out and enjoy! : )
In September 2008, Sagmeister Inc. participated in Droog Event 2: Urban Play. The public art installation consisted of 250.000 eurocents placed on the floor, covering more than 300sqm on a square in Amsterdam. The coins will spell out the sentence â€œ Obsessions make my life worse and my work better â€. The piece is part of the series â€œ Things I have learned in my life so far â€ by Stefan Sagmeister. More photos here.
Are Mokkelbost: ‘Images from life style magazines are cut out and organized by color and contrast, according to six categories or elements in the ION universe. The collages gradually build up and a specific lighting evolves for each collage, the available material deciding the approximate amount of each color and element.’
I Love Boxie is a London-based t-shirt company that have many lines to fit many situations. Call them up and tell them a story or give them your own ‘ one-liner ‘ and they’ll print it on a shirt for you. Do it : )
Strychnin Gallery presents: The Red Thread. New works by Bethany Marchman, and previously-blogged Edith Lebeau and Jennybird Alcantara. Somewhere between traditional techniques and the influence of contemporary pop culture, three women artists from the USA and Canada create strong women portraits. Whether in oil, acrylics, or as elaborately crafted hand-made dolls that are reminiscent of characters created by Tim Burton: Strychnin Gallery’s August exhibition presents unique works of great expressive power. Opens tomorrow, August 7th at 7 p.m. – runs until August 30th. (Berlin) You can learn more about the show by visiting the Strychnin Gallery website or by stopping by the gallery itself.