Monthly Archive for May, 2009
“We coin and design identities – comprehensively, considerately, and with wholehearted personal dedication.”
The work of Moodley based in Vienna and Graz.
Eileen Glass is a talented illustrator who is just about to graduate from Edinburgh College of Art. Her work is a mixture of bold portraiture, quirky figures and interesting urbanscapes. If you can make it, she will be putting on show a series of large format portraits, along side many other eager young artists at this years Edinburgh College of Art Degree Show. It is sure to be well worth a look.
The ever innovative Non-Format have made some updates to their website. With the above image taken from their six page typo-image editorial contribution to S, the Danish lifestyle magazine, produced in collaboration with photographer Jake Walters.
So much great work at Kashiwa Sato. Some very Japanese and some dated, but still inspiring
Beautifully simple and refined art direction from Milo Keller & Julien Gallico at Twinroom for Vogue and Yohji Yamamoto among others, with some great photography as well.
Born in Yokohama in Japan as the second son in a family of signwriters. Surprisingly, Shibuya graduated in product design at Tama Art University but needless to say, his skills do not end there. His work is inspired by black music, such as Hip Hop and also with artificial factory products. A combination of this matter make his style and I think I have a new love.
A mixture of dark, provocative paintings and photographs by Gottfried Helnwein.
Love this ‘Barbershop’ series of artworks commissioned by Adidas. By South African agency TBWA\Hunt\Lascaris
“Jacques is America’s only new luxury erotic magazine; catering to a contemporary audience who yearns for the beautiful centerfolds of yesteryear.
Published quarterly, Jacques celebrates a return to the origins of the pulp title; edgy opinion, arousing interviews and fiery fiction blended with unparalleled pictorials illustrating the real beauty of real women”