Sensurround Online

Posting this because it’s soon to be old news. Pitchfork.tv found a very cool loophole in the law that allows them to screen whole DVD’s online for one week only. They’ve been running this show since their launch in April earlier this year and have…

DVEIN & National Geographic

Barçelona-based trio DVEIN have recently made four identity spots for the National Geographic Channel. Make no mistake, these guys are certainly part of mo-graph’s finest in the world right now. It only makes sense that they’ve also done work with a fellow Barça typographic talent,…

Spelling Change

Spelling Change is a project involving a slew of people, the entire alphabet, and t-shirts. Some really beautiful and thoughtful letterforms have been contributed, all of which are featured on this site. Today begins an open call for contributions to create a letter to add…

Projected Dining

Inamo has recently opened in London’s Soho with a superb new approach to eating out! One of the restaurant’s unique features are that menus are displayed by ‘cocoon’ projectors onto tabletops, allowing diners to order food and beverages interactively, to change the ambiance of their…

Nazine Magazine

I’ve had my eye on Nazine for a while. Thanks to Graphic Hug I gave it a revisit today and I was pleasantly surprised to view the spring issue. Nazine is an online fashion magazine published by Na Seung and a diverse team of photographers,…

Tomas Celizna

I recently had the pleasure of sharing a desk with Tomas. Yes, a single desk. We reached a point in a project last month where two concepts we were working on merged together, so instead of working 15 feet away from each other and communicating…

The Best American Comics 2008

A new book release this month — The Best American Comics 2008. It promises to be a fantastic collection of stories by comic artists working today. The cover art is a fun illustration of people, objects, animals and signage drawn by the very talented Eleanor…

TV Type

Found this a while back and been meaning to post it. Basically an archive of all intro sequences from all old shows of old kinds. Pretty much a treasure trove for those that like old school effects and pretty ridiculous type. The only thing troublesome…

Earth From Above

Whether you care about sustainability awareness or not, it’s impossible to deny the quality of these stunning large-scale aerial photographs from around the world by environmentalist and photographer Yann Arthus-Bertrand; it’s a collection of photographs that started in 1994. You can find various other projects…

YouWorkForThem Relaunches with a new look.

I had heard about the relaunch being imminent not long ago — this is one of those things I just forget about until it happens. Don’t forget to check out the YouWorkForThem Blog. It’s also reflecting new looks.

Doug Aitken

Had the pleasure of seeing this installation at the 303 Gallery on 21st st. here in New York. Yes, as withSarah’s post, I wondered whether this was fitting material or not, but as stated earlier as well, it communicated with me, so I thought I…

Homage or Fromage V.2

On a bleary Sunday here in Boston I bring you Homage or Fromage v. 2. Above we have the cover art of 154 by the critic’s favorite band, WIRE. The album is heralded as the WIRE’s most ‘art school’ album by these art school dropouts,…

Interview Magazine

Yes, another magazine post. I’ve re-discovered my love for the tabloid these days, and I can’t stop myself from writing about it. Interview Magazine is a publication with a long and revered history. Started in 1969 by Andy Warhol, its influenced is far and wide.…

Simon Griffin

A friend of the Saville, Parris, Wakefield team, Simon, sends us a note and a link to some of the work they are doing. It looks like they are doing work directly with Saville, Parris, Wakefield and a fair share of great work of their…

Joel Speasmaker and Anthem Magazine

Boston doesn’t have many great spots to pick up magazines. But the Barnes and Nobles in my new neighborhood has been able to satisfy my publication love. So, I was pleasantly surprised to revisit an old friend of mine, Anthem Magazine.

Tronic

architects, designers, art directors and directors setup to form an original fusion of ideas, images, movement and experience. based in nyc. tronic.com

MAD

One of the Method SF visual designers sent this out today, so Jay and LA, and I’m sure quite a few more of you have already seen this. I thought it was worth sharing with everyone else who hasn’t checked it out. It’s the new…

Satellites!

Huy Vu announced the launch of a project he has been working on over the summer with HunterGatherer. It is for Good Magazine. It’s a motion piece on the history of satellites. Very well done! I love the lo fi moments in combination with the…

We have a fan!

Thanks Jon. Jonathan is very talented designer at Frog Design in Austin, TX and a dear friend to many of us Huggers.

NYC

images I’ve taken from UnderConsideration and a few other spots showing some of that current brand treatment. This is a long one folks. Bear with us. The following is from an exchange fellow Hugger Lisa and I had about a lecture we both attended along…

Welcome

Huy Vu is currently finishing up his degree at RISD. weeboo.org – Paul Lee is a designer from Los Angeles, CA. designbymap.com – Grant Dickson is currently a designer in London. nothingdiluted.com – Jay Wilkinson is a designer in San Francisco. thenorthernfront.com – Sunjin Kim…

Robert Samuel Hanson

Bumped into this yesterday and found some pleasure in these illustrations and typography. Thought I would share it with you all. Very nice drawings and restrained and elegant illustrative work. Nice work from Robert Samuel Hanson. awesome bugs / awesome owls. Look at this awesome…

Jun Takahashi

Jun Takahashi Collage book Jun Takahashi Illustration Jun Takahashi Sculpture Jun Takahashi Fashion (Undercover) Undercover Studio I first encountered Jun Takahashi’s work in a fashion magazine back in 2004. His line, Undercover, was raw and visceral with this strange underpinning of elegance. After researching him…

Otl Aicher

A recent acquaintance of mine, the honorable Mr. Jory Hull just purchased and received one of these bad boys. He actually purchased the one above. This is all part of some piece of work, the branding of the 1972 Münich Olympics, designed by a team…

This Ain’t No Disco

Ever wanted to know how creative design agencies are from the inside? Ain’t No Disco is a portfolio of agency interiors around the world.

Fly Guy

After so many years, I still enjoy a bit of Fly Guy now and again. Artwork by Trevor Van Meter over at tvm_studio.