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a little things by Jonathan Calugi
. Born in Pistoia, Italy, Jonathan Calugi is an illustrator based in Italy and it is from his self-proclaimed chaotic workspace, that he creates his clean illustration and pattern works. Each piece is a take on his quirky child-like doodles with clean minimal lines and simple, uncomplicated colours. And it is through these simple visual works, that Jonathan draws in...
. Nobody Beats the Drum - Poisson Vert Rogier van der Zwaag directed this amazing stop motion music video for Nobody Beats the Drum’s track Poisson Vert. “We made this one in a forest, shot most of it in 7 (long) nights and after that I made some inserts of tunnels and bushes in a studio.” Really love the dynamic play of light and shadow, turned out great. Director: Rogier van der Zwaag D.O.P:...
The Strokes - I ll Try Anything Once
Iori Tomita: New World Transparent Specimens
. Japanese artist Iori Tomita takes a colorful approach to highlighting the complex compositions of marine life creatures with his collection entitled “New World Transparent Specimens.” Tomita was first introduced to the creation of transparent specimens for the scientific purpose of examining minuscule bone structure as an undergraduate student majoring in fisheries. The specimens’...
Fat Freddy's Drop - Ernie
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Illustrations by Another Mother
. Another Mother is Steve Kim is an Illustrator. More of his work here
The conventional “self” or “person” is composed mainly of a history consisting...– Alan Watts
Love and Happiness
Making Love, Not War During the Vancouver Riots
. Rich Lam shot an amazing photo of a couple making out in the middle of one of the riots last night in Vancover after the Canucks lost in game seven of the Stanley Cup Finals. via Laughing Squid photo by Rich Lam/Getty Images
If you don’t paint you can’t be a painter; if you don’t write you can’t be a...
. VIVA ‘Fire’by Umeric Director: Ash Bolland
ETTORE SOTTSASS: I WANT TO CREATE SURPRISES THAT...
Diego Grandi met Ettore Sottsass in 1999 while he was still a university student. His interview, largely unavailable until now, explores the relationship between literature and design: I met Ettore Sottsass in Milan one morning early in the summer of 1999. I was writing my thesis on the relationship between design and literature, and I wanted to know about his time in America, his contacts...
Sculptures by Kjell Varvin.