Archive for April, 2011

Geometry & Psychodelia: Jorge Letona

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Geometry & Psychodelia: Jorge Letona

Filled with colorful geometric forms, psychedelic compositions, and pop culture icons, Jorge Letona's work, although strange in its nature, is creative and intriguing.

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April 29, 2011

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Twelve Bar: LA-Based Apparel Company

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Twelve Bar: LA-Based Apparel Company

We just received a really nice surprise a few weeks ago from Twelve Bar, a Los Angeles-based apparel company. We liked what they sent us so much, we thought we'd pay homage to Twelve Bar by doing a quick photo shoot to show our appreciation.

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April 28, 2011

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Apparel, Design, fashion

Dust Jacket Design: Paul Buckley

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Dust Jacket Design: Paul Buckley

It's not easy to identify a Paul Buckley cover. His style runs the gamut resulting in covers designed (or directed) to boldly stand out, or tastefully fit in.

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April 26, 2011

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Art, Books, Design

The Illustrative Works of Sam Vanallemeersch

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The Illustrative Works of Sam Vanallemeersch

I was just recently turned onto the illustrative works of Sam Vanallemeersch. Right off the bat I noticed a wonderful blend of surrealism, art deco, with hints of art nouveau, all with a modern twist [...]

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April 25, 2011

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Michael

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Art, Illustrations, Inspiration

Project Documerica: For Future Generations

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Project Documerica: For Future Generations

The first Earth Day inaugurated on April 22, 1970, and twenty million Americans rallied together in support of environmental concern. A year later, the EPA began hiring photographers to document our successes and failures for future generations.

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April 22, 2011

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Docomo: Touch Wood (Wood Xylophone)

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Docomo: Touch Wood (Wood Xylophone)

A beautiful, promotional piece for the Docomo Touch Wood SH-086 phone, titled 森の木琴 (Wood Xylophone). It's hard to believe this is a product commercial to sell a phone [...]

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April 21, 2011

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Michael

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The Photorealism of Alyssa Monks

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The Photorealism of Alyssa Monks

Photorealism began as reaction to modern and abstract art which by the late 60s had finally broken into the mainstream. It's one of those underrated movements that to this day is still written about as some sort of novelty. I couldn't disagree more.

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April 21, 2011

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Art, Artists, Photography

The Digital Art of Christian Con L’ H

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The Digital Art of Christian Con L’ H

In an industry focused on pixel-perfect, vector-precise, and sometimes even photorealistic design, Christian's work stands out for the quirky, organic style.

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April 20, 2011

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Aälejandro Díazs

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Die Angst als Grundbefindlichkeit des Daseins

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Die Angst als Grundbefindlichkeit des Daseins

Die Angst als Grundbefindlichkeit des Daseins (which loosely translates to The Mental State of Fear As the Reason of Existence), is nothing short of a mental and visual rediscovery and reevaluation (or in short, a visual mind-fuck) [...]

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April 18, 2011

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Michael

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Playboy Land Yacht Concept by Syd Mead

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Playboy Land Yacht Concept by Syd Mead

Syd Mead's Playboy Land Yacht concept was first published by Playboy magazine in 1975, and is supposed to be the embodiment of "the great American dream machine -- a wonder home on wheels that even drives itself." But is it still part of the American [...]

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April 13, 2011

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Christy

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Artists, Culture, Travel

Christian Marclay: The Clock

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Christian Marclay: The Clock

The Clock is Christian Marclay's magnum opus. A 24 hour film consisting of cut up images of clocks, watches, and references to time painstakingly lifted from thousands of films and edited to play in real time [...]

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April 12, 2011

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Drew

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Artists, Culture, Film

Eness: Interactive Media

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Eness: Interactive Media

Eness is a Melbourne, Australian-based interactive media group, that seems to specialize in projection mapping, interactive experiences, and overall badass visual displays [...]

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April 11, 2011

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Michael

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Inspiration, Motion Graphics, Music