Monthly Archive for June, 2010

David Jon Kassan

David Jon Kassan’s paintings flicker in a liminal space between the real and the hyper real, narration and transformation. He also just crafted this unbelievable portrait by utilising an iPad.

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Our friend Tom, aka Konx-om-Pax, is back with some lovely, out-worldly  video soundscapes. Twin Portal below, with sound by Tom himself, and Melted Zone above, with sound from Warp wonderkid Hudson Mohawk. Quality.

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Absolutely stunning piece of installation work by Random International, The Swarm Light ‘is an experimental light installation that subtly reacts to the viewer’s audible presence’. Be sure to the Coute Que Coute blog for more information and a great video of the works. Awe inspiring.

How Grand


The always beautiful Grandpeople out of Norway have updated with a lovely new site and new works to boot.



Film director, fashion photographer and founder of Mirage Magazine Henrik Purienne has recently launched his site, which as well as being potentially not safe for your place of work, also is packed full of stunning, relaxed beauty photography.


This is the superdope brand new video from Breakbot which was directed (handmade) by Irina Dakeva at WIZZ.

Turn up the Base


Base have a brand new site up,  so go check it out, or they will bring up your past, and no one wants that. Especially me.



With the World Cup in full swing (almost), Umbro are giving you the chance to design your own crests using customizable online elements or the ability to upload a piece of your own artwork, with the five best crests receiving shirts proudly embroidered with their own crest. A nice little competition if you have some time spare between games, and who has not wanted to see their own logo on a kit of some kind.



Some great looking, varied work from Aussie collaborative effort SPR/PPL

Gloor & Jandl


Another great site with equally brilliant work is that of duo Hannes Gloor & Stefab Jandl, where you can veiw latest work on large scale goodness, or visit the archive here.

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Azuma Makoto


Love this site for sculptural based artist Azuma Makoto.

Neil Watson


Some lovely design and photography from UK creative Neil Watson



Doing the rounds on twitter right now, and what seems like years in the updating / making, Bibliothèque are back! (Que epic music)


Stunning, visceral  generative motion work from Misha Shyukin