Monthly Archive for July, 2009

LoveOlive

The much loved Belfast-based Olive extraordinaire has recently receive a make over thanks to Sort.

I implore you to Give Up Art

Give Up Art

Ted Vasin

The interesting illustrative work of Ted Vasin landed in our inbox this morning. Well worth checking out.

Tokyo Invasion


A lifesize Gundam robot has invaded Tokyo. It stands 59 feet tall (18 meters) and will continue to stare Tokyo down through to the end of the summer.

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Eric Marrian


Eric Marrian is a talented minimal photographer from France.

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Arnhem by MAINSTUDIO

Mainstudio produce lovely publications and have recently created the visual identity for Arnhem Fashion Biennale. They are also working on the next issue of Mark. Continue reading ‘Arnhem by MAINSTUDIO’

Kraffhics

Leeds-based trio Kraffhics, focus on creating printed loveliness, like this recent 7″ for Run Walk.

Post Typography

I came across these guy’s this morning. Pretty interesting portfolio of design and illustration, but the typography is the highlight here.

Moon

It was 40 years ago today, that the United States’s Apollo 11 mission was the first manned spacecraft to land on the Moon. To celebrate, NASA have restored videos from the Moonwalk and created a photographic presentation of the event, through the eyes of the astronauts.

Daniel Freytag – Updates

Daniel Freytag has made some pretty nice design updates to his website. You might be already familiar with his V&A work (created during his time at Why Not Associates), which Jack recently posted.

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Gustav Johansson

Gustav got in touch to let us know about his recently updated portfolio, which is full of great motion work. One to watch…

Jane Stockdale – Updates

Jane got in touch to let us know about some recent work. Shot in collaboration with Kate Moross for the new Simian Mobile Disco album called Temporary Pleasure.

Alessandro Maffioletti

Alvvino is an illustrator and designer work out of Berlin. Using found Victorian imagary to create interesting collages. This work was created for De:Bug.