Monthly Archive for September, 2009


Kilimanjaro is a poster-size publication involved with experimental visual culture. Olu Michael, Kil’s editor and publisher, has recently been appointed as POP‘s new Art Director. Now on its 8th issue, which is presented in a beautiful box set and is true treasure to anyone interested in contemporary creative disciplines.

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Interesting new promotional website, L’Ormindo, designed by This is Real Art.  Using dynamic points and lines in a 3D space to explore the relationship between the various characters in the opera. Print based advertising to follow later this year.

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Paul Smith For Evian


One for our Paul here at Human Resources. Designer Paul Smith is the next in line to produce a new exclusive Evian bottle with his trademark stripes (I have a shirt just like that at home) for sale in specialist eateries and online here. Definitely one for the Paul Smith enthusiasts.

Joel Evey

Some cool minimal poster designs from Joel Evey. Who runs Objections, interesting blog full of product design, graphic design and fashion from across the pond.

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Christina Kernohan

I first came across Kernohan‘s photography at her new exhibition at The Saint, Edinburgh (sister bar to the fantastic Bramble) which runs until 3rd of October.

Above is the artwork for the new Mary Anne Hobbs album, Wild Angels, which Kernohan worked on, alongside Dominic Flannigan (LuckyMe). The photography takes on a folky feel and are made “a litte more sinister and unworldly” in post-production. Great work guys, thanks for getting in touch.

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Co-founder of Norway’s Grandpeople Magnus Voll Mathiassen has just set up his own shop, The MVM, and as you would guess, coming from Grandpeople, he has lots of stunning print and design work on display. So why don’t you spend your Friday afternoon having a browse.

Full Circle


Woah! Stunning work from Aus based Three60 containing some beautiful print based work.

The Animals

These great animal illustrations by Nacho Gil remind me of the delaunay triangulation image vectors created by Jonathan Puckey.

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Artificial Paradise, Inc

Artificial Paradise, Inc is a fantastic experimental film created by Condor Digital. The film anticipates a future where a major corporation has developed an unique software, based on organic virtual reality, which holds all the lost memories of humankind. A user connects to this database of the forgotten, but what is he searching for?

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Humorous, crude and (sometimes) rude, EDREM is a blog of quick, black & white impulsive drawings.

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Op Art

Japanese psyscholoist Akiyoshi Kitaoka created these trippy visually whilst working towards his PhD in animal psychology. Which is quite a fitting visual style for the artwork of Animal Collective’s latest release.

Via Sleevage


Hort Nike

Nike hort 2

More graphical loveliness updated at Hort, after their recent Grafik feature. Love all the work they have done for Nike over the years.



New site / work from Brooklyn native Razauno, found via his own 12oz Prophet blog. Still one of the best for this fun style of illustration

Armin Morbach


Great flash portfolio of Hair / Make-up / Photography artist Armin Morbach. Love all the Tush work