Patrick de Warren

p p ' Patrick de Warren was born in Avignon, France, raised in Paris, and currently lives between Paris and New York City. Since his early twenties he has been interested in photography and it's history. He was one of the few photographers selected by Giorgio Armani to photograph for the Armani Art Exchange project. Since beginning his shooting career Patrick has been featured in numerous publications and has exhibited internationally, notably at Japan’s Kintetsu Art Museum in Osaka and the Kobe Fashion Museum. He was awarded the Honorable mention for the Polaroid International Photography Award for North America and won the Camera Arts magazine Polaroid Award.' p p

Fashion Faces

Fashion Faces are flicks for Yalook by Vienna born, New York based photographer Bela Borsodi. Borsodi’s work has appeared in publications such as V Magazine, Vogue, Wallpaper Magazine, and Another Magazine. He has worked with fashion brands such as Uniqlo, Baume et Mercier Watches, Hermès, and Selfridges.


These illustrations by Migy are loads of fun. Check it out! Just like what his website says, ' Smashing stuff! ' Yayyy Migy!!!

Swimming Cities

The Swimming Cities of Serenissima is a fleet of three intricately hand crafted vessels that will navigate the Adriatic Sea from the Litoral region of Slovenia to Venice, Italy in May of 2009. Designed by the visual artist SWOON, the floating sculptures are descendants of the Swimming Cities of Switchback Sea (Hudson River, 2008) and the Miss Rockaway Armada (Mississippi River, 2006 and 2007). SWOON’s boats are inspired by dense urban cityscapes and thickly intertwined mangrove swamps from her Florida youth. The Swimming Cities of Serenissima are built from salvaged materials, including modified Mercedes car motors with long-tail propellers. The boats’ crew is made up of 30 collaborating artists from the United States. (Continue reading...)

Diogo Potes

Diogo Potes <-- lives and works in Lisabon, Portugal. He is an upcoming Portugese graphic designer whose works have been published in IdN Magazine, the Semipermanent Book of 2005 and also shown in the Design Collective Tour of MUSA 2006.

Jason Limon

p p p Jason Limon was born in San Antonio, Texas in 1973. He first showed his artistic expression at a fairly young age doodling characters and sceneries inspired by his bustling neighborhood and surroundings. He studied fine arts and graphic design at the Visual Arts & Technology Center at San Antonio College and entered the field of commercial graphic design in 1995 acquiring comprehensive knowledge of type, color and composition. Following twelve years of commitment to producing award winning logos and designs he then turned his focus and concentration to where his heart truly began: developing artwork by hand and brush, no longer by the clicks of a mouse. He is currently creating gallery work and commercial illustrations, some of which can be seen in Communication Arts, Society of Illustrators of Los Angeles, American Illustration, Print Regional Design and Graphis. p

Meagan Cignoli

Meagan Cignoli is an up and coming photographer based in Manhattan. Her work is subtle and stunning. Be sure to check her full portfolio here.


p Seriously, how cool is this? Buenos Aires-based artist Axtor Majesto of Espeluzland sent me this photo of Yoda two days ago. If you haven’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!!

Good Ideas Glow In The Dark

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.

Gottfried Helnwein

" In retrospect I would say from Donald Duck I have learned more about life than from all the schools I ever attended." - Gottfried Helnwein