The New York Times Magazine recently asked 8 designers to re-imagine their logo for their Innovations issue. The contributors include Magpie Studios, Non-Format, Alex Trochut, Christopher Clark, Benjamin Critton, Natasha Jen, Mother NY Design, and Helmo. Via Design You Trust.
Just wanted to share that the Selector Summer 2012 tees are now available in the Selector Online Shop. Check ’em out. Tell a friend. Thanks for your support, and thanks again to everyone who helped get these tees made!
Here’s some new old music to start your week with. DJs Mick Boogie and Jazzy Jeff have teamed up for the third installation of their Summertime mix tape series. Via 2dopeboyz.
I’ve posted a little bit of ROA’s work here in LA before. Here’s a nice feature of ROA’s latest work in
Perth, Western Australia, over on Wooster Collective. Even though I’ve never actually lived in “the most remote city on Earth,” it’s sort of my hometown in a funny way. It’s a beautiful place. Here are some more West Australia photos from a trip there last year. EDIT: My mother very kindly pointed out that 2/3 of those photos are definitely in Sydney. Here’s a real photo of ROA in West Australia.
The custom typography bonanza continues over at LetterCult today, as they’ve unveiled 9 more pages of submissions to their Custom Letters: Best of 2011 Day 2 feature. Needless to say, there’s an impressive array of beautiful typography there for your viewing pleasure.
Here’s one of the new pieces from the upcoming Patrick Martinez exhibit opening at Known Gallery on the 16th. I was lucky enough to get a sneak preview of a few of the pieces and they all looked amazing. This particular one is pretty huge. On a related note, here’s my interview with Patrick from about a year back – if you missed it.
LA TACO have just posted a new interview with the talented Patrick Martinez. The interview kicks off with a question about Patrick’s favorite taco spot, and then moves right along into talking about his artwork. Stay tuned for his upcoming solo exhibit at Known Gallery, which opens June 16th.
Skate retailer CCS created this “Behind the Design” video on The Hundreds. The video covers their design & production process, from start to finish. It opens with Senior Designer Benjie Hundreds explaining how the designs are created and digitized. Then it jumps over to the screen printing facility where Old Man is hard at work producing the latest TH tees. Via The Hundreds. [Watch video]