Monthly Archive for March, 2011

Doubleday & Cartwright

Some interesting projects from Doubleday & Cartwright ‘a media and design agency with a specialisation in sport and culture’ with input from Mr Kimou Meyer (aka Grotesk) and Christopher Isenberg of the brilliant No Mas. I especially love ‘Dock Ellis‘.

For Folch Sake

Barcelona’s brilliant Folch Studio updates with some rather good new works (Please excuse the title, couldn’t help myself)

Aurelien Arnaud

Really nice work from Lyon’s Aurelien Arnaud. Part of the awesome PNTS Studio crew with Denis Carrier.  So, so French.


We recently held our first creative showcase featuring the creations of the controversial Scottish artist, Kevin Harman. ‘Mesomorphic’ was a collection of his old and new artworks which were on display at the Old Ambulance Depot in Edinburgh from 4 – 14 March.

You can view a selection of the works from the show below.

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VICETTO is based in Madrid and specialises in the fields of motion design, animation, visual effects and filmmaking.

Japan — Tsunami Appeal

In response to the Japanese disaster on the 11th March our friend Daniel Freytag at Editions of 100 has designed and printed a special limited edition print simply entitled ‘Japan’.

He is donating 100% of all of the proceeds to the British Red Cross Japan Tsunami Appeal, perfect if your looking for a lovely new print for your wall and want to help out with an extremely good cause.

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Jules Julien

The marvelous Jules Julien has a relaunched site. Check it.

Stateless x Field

This is the beautiful record sleeve for Stateless’ single “Assassinations” on Ninja Tune. Created in a collaboration between our friends at FIELD and Oscar&Ewan, the artwork is inspired by the mystic female spirits crowding the songs of the album.

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Noma Bar

Lovingly simple work from award winning illustrator Noma Bar for British Esquire, ‘master of the visual double entendre’

The Wall Project

Rich Mix and Havana Club the Authentic Cuban Rum are calling on artists to submit designs for a specially commissioned wall art project, taking place over the next twelve months at the Shoreditch cultural hotspot, Rich Mix.

The art competition includes three commissions launched by three live events, hosted in conjunction with the start of Rich Mix’s new seasons.

Fragments America

This will be great for anyone Brussel’s way. Curated by multi-talented fashion designer-turned-photographer Hedi Slimane, ‘Fragments America’ includes a variety of artworks from John Baldessari, Chris Burden, Bruce Conner, John McCracken, Aaron Curry and Ed Ruscha among many others. It’s on until 26 March at Brussels’s Almine Rech Gallery.  I would love to go back to Brussels soon, lovely city and people.

Universal Everything x CHANEL

CHANEL invited Universal Everything to create a series of video artworks, in response to the 5 codes of Mademoiselle Chanel; Black & White / Pearls / Diamond Padding / Camellia / Art Deco.

The beautiful minimalist films were created to be adaptable to different display formats, from low-pixel building facades in Hong Kong and Tokyo, to retail LED walls in Shanghai and Los Angeles.

Robert Mearns

Robert Mearns has photographed and subsequently painted a wide variety of both strangers and friends, from DJs to baristas to burrito makers. Lovely works.

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Sanderson Bob

New site and works from Mr Sanderson Bob.