Also from the Partners & Spade book, this logo done for lighting company Roll & Hill, is simply blessed. Love it. Looks like the Roll & Hill site is still under development, but it is an interesting way to show the work.
I was going through my old Print Magazines and came across this ad for those little tree car air-fresheners. It’s such an iconic shape…It never crossed my mind that it could be privately owned property. I’ve never seen a company go to this extent to make sure people aren’t using their trademark. *My apologies for posting unsightly images*
An in-depth interview on Scoute with Julius designer, Tatsuro Horikawa. It is not too often that a “fashion” designer mentions Moebius, Burroughs and Beuys as inspiration. Nice read.
Some nice work coming out of Korea. In the next few months I’m hoping to do some more investigative research and find some folks working in Korea and abroad. So stay tuned, stay tuned. In the meantime, have a look at the work from SVA grad now living in Seoul, Dah Yee Noh.
We’ve covered them before and now it looks like they have a spanking new website filled with quite amazing works. Have a look see at the output of studio Julia when you get a chance. Amazingly nice.
Randomly ran into this nice microsite for a past MoMA exhibition of the work of Joan Miró. The interactive experience is well done and I ran into these extremely beautiful collages. Pretty stunning. Have a look see for yourself.
The wonderful collab duo of Anna Arbuckle and Nate Turner have launched their first in what looks to be an awesome series of interviews. Stay tuned for more and have a look see when time permits! The first is an exchange between Photographer KT Auleta and the founder of clothing label VPL, Victoria Bartlett.
Sulki & Min / More & Less
Design Lecture Series
Graduate Communication Design
February 12, 5:30 PM
144 W 14th St, New York, NY
Open to the Public
backlit cucumber with search result for “backlit cucumber”
“… creates artwork with computers and online services, but also sometimes with his bare hands” and his web site is amazingly fun to browse.