Monthly Archive for April, 2011

Self Edge x ROY

We are truly loving this video by Self Edge for ROY Demin, a one-man selvedge sewing machine.

Via @xencinas

Loose Leaf

Loose Leaf is a ‘hybrid format’ limited edition publication featuring commissioned and previously unpublished artworks. Packaged in an ‘unbound format allows the viewer to edit, select, and reshuffle images on an ongoing basis.’ A lovely project from Tom Crabtree at Manual out of San Francisco, check out the Loose Leaf website for more information.


Some nice varied work coming from the Polish studio Noviki. Thanks for the email Marcin.


Shaun Bloodworth mounts his first solo exhibition ‘Underground’ of photographs documenting the electronic music scene, with portraits and films from the UK, Europe and the United States since 2005. The exhibition will run from 28th April until 16th May, at Bank Street Arts in Sheffield City Centre. Also featuring collaborative work with our chums at GiveUpArt and Humanstudio.

Field x GF Smith

Our friends at Field have recently created 10.000 unique digital paintings for G. F. Smith. Printed on an HP Indigo 7500 digital press on ‘naturalis smooth’ absolute white and sapphire coated 330gsm paper, these works are a stunning application of generative art.

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Tony Orrico

Tony Orrico is a visual artist and performer who can best be described as a human spirograph. Wielding graphite in both hands, Orrico creates intricate patterns around his body, propelling himself in circles by deliberately moving his feet.

Via Sarah Muirhead

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Matthew Donaldson

Matthew Donaldson is a director and photographer whose career began by assisting Norman Parkinson, Lord Snowdon and Terence Donovan. With this wealth of experience, Matthew went freelance and soon had his first commercial studio set up in Charlotte Street, London. Working internationally, continuously in demand, and notoriously shooting some form of image every day, Matthew is a highly respected and very prolific fashion and beauty photographer. His clean crisp style has lent itself to many campaigns for clients including Sony, Harrods, Sony Ericsson, Kvadrat, Swarovski, Coca Cola and The Macallan.

The short film above is a recent collaboration between Matthew, internationally renowned hairstylist Sam McKnight, make-up artist Val Garland and music by Zero 7. As his model daughter Lily spins 360 degrees, her hair buffeted by four wind machines, Donaldson stretches two seconds into two hypnotic minutes, capturing every exquisite movement at 1,000 frames per second.

Touch Wood

This amazing mobile telephone advert features a giant wooden marimba, hand-built in the woods of Kyushu, Japan. As the ball rolls down the installation in this 3-minute video, Bach’s Cantana 147 is played out.

Japanese ad agency Drill Inc. created the work for NTT Docomo’s Touch Wood SH-08C handset, which just so happens to be encased in wood. Drill creative director Morihiro Harano conceived of the instrument with Kenjiro Matsuo of Invisible Designs Lab carrying out the build.


This is the stunningly epic promo for Woodkid – Iron, directed by the artist himself, Yoann Lemoine.


A new issue of Sokozine from the talented team at Pogo is now up.


Time to re-visit Bembo George, looking forward to seeing some new work.