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Great series of experimental screen portraits on the Flickr pages of designer Spaceknuckle.

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Virus Cake


How about some Battenberg with your SARS?. Artist Laura Splan has created some intricate doilies based on the structures of different viruses.

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Soapy Knuckles


Loving this. The perfect item to punch potty-mouths in the face with. By Spyedesign.

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Sexy People

Sexy People is a blog which celebrates all of the those old portraits that we have tucked away in a shoebox and hoped would never see the light of day again.

Drawing From Memory

Stephen Wiltshire is an amazing artist who draws and paints detailed cityscapes. He has a particular talent for drawing lifelike, accurate representations of cities, sometimes after having only observed them briefly. You can watch his current attempt to complete his last drawing in the series of panoramas, New York.

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Junior Taxi

Junior Taxi is the portfolio of London based freelance motion designer and illustrator Chris Thompson.

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I’m a huge admirer of QLOCKTWO, a clock that tells time in words. It has a quadratic matrix of letters, where some of the letters are illuminated and the time is displayed as text in five minute intervals. If you need to tell a more exact time, all you need to do is look in the corner at the illuminated dots.


Jonathan Puckey creates these interesting and unique delaunay triangulation image vectors using the experimental Scriptographer and Color Averaging plugins for the Adobe Illustrator software. They remind me of the amazing sculptural works of Xavier Veilhan.

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Designer Ben Pearce has a great collection of inspirational found images from times gone by. I’m hooked.

Andy Gilmore – Exhibition

If your in Berlin over the next month, Human Resources favourite Andy Gilmore has an exhibition on display at the Pool Gallery. The show is on until the 22 August 2009.

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Sam Jinks

Sam Jinks creates unbelievably life-like and haunting silicon human sculptures.

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Kinga Offert from Poland sent in these lovely hand-painted Luchadore figurines. Her original idea was to juxtapose the world of Mexican wrestlers with the gray and sad reality of Polish streets. But as it happens, the project got out of control and the figures, which were originally made as part of the diploma work, started to show up in different, faraway countries.

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Dazed & Confused – Nominated


I’ve been out of action for a while, but if there was ever a way to return, this would be it. I’m delighted and excited to announce that we have just received the accolade of being shortlisted by Dazed & Confused for Arts & Culture blog of the year.

If you enjoy what we do and have a spare couple of seconds, we would love and greatly appreciate if you would vote for us by clicking here and looking for our listing (no registration required).

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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