Monday, January 31, 2011

Nienke Klunder.

Photography by Nienke Klunder.

Music Monday 21.

A bit somber, but still such a beautiful sound. Hope you like it!


The Alphabet from n9ve on Vimeo.

If you are a designer or a lover of typography, you may want to check out this typographic Alphabet video by n9ve . I love the music playing in the background, so dreamy.

Alyssa Duhe.

Collage work by Alyssa Duhe. Hey, we have the same name, so she must be amazing!

Peace Corps at 50.

Identity given to Peace Corps at 50 by Chris Richardson. "We have seen and heard this before: no need for vast amounts of materials produced, a limited budget in hand, and the desire for great design. This is where stamps once more prove their value." Total production cost: $70.


As part of Turin Mural Art Festival, artist Pseudo painted these fabulous walls in the streets of Turin.

Family 2/52.

Awesome photographs by Louis Lander-Deacon.

Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Living Light.

Situated in Peace Park, just across from the World Cup Stadium in Seoul, stands a functional art installation that lets citizens know about the quality of air in their city. The Living Light canopy consists of blocks representing each section of the city where an air monitoring station is situated. If an improvement in air quality is recorded, the corresponding block on the canopy grid lights up. Blocks are also illuminated when users send text message information requests to the structure. Interesting idea..

Xavier Antin.

An experiment by Xavier Antin, printing a book through a printing chain made of four desktop printers using four different colors and technologies dated from 1880 to 1976. A production process that brings together small scale and large scale production, two sides of the same history.

MAGENTA (Stencil duplicator, 1880)
CYAN (Spirit duplicator, 1923)
BLACK (Laser printer, 1969)
YELLOW (Inkjet printer, 1976)

Andrew Smith.

While Andrew Smith loves traveling the world and photographing beautiful countries, he still gets excited when he shoots New Zealand, the place where he lives and works. "There are a multitude of photographic opportunities all over New Zealand, from the upper North Island beaches to the Southern Alps," he says. "I have been lucky enough to explore most of the country and I always find new and amazing places to shoot." Smith uses a Nikon D3 camera and Adobe Lightroom 3 in post production.