LA is not the best city for people-watching. There are only so many areas with decent foot traffic. Never fear, an unnamed Austrian art director/illustrator is introducing the world to the many faces of the natives of Vienna, A-Face-A-Day. Excellent stuff. Several down, approximately 1.7 million to go…
I’ve been a big fan of Australian artist YOK for quite some time now. InspireFirst have posted a great series of photos of his recent work in NYC. Via Design You Trust.
The good people at LA Taco have posted a Vernon Courtland Johnson interview, after chopping it up with the guy who famously created the Powell Peralta graphic below.
If you’ve got Netflix, you might be interested to know that the first three seasons of Whale Wars, the documentary about the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, are available in the online streaming section.
Two graphic designers, Matt Braun and Matt Griffin have launched a Kickstarter project, whereby they aim to digitize rare wooden lettering, and create new digital fonts based on them. The project page features a video on how they go about doing this, and you can also download the first beta typeface for free. It’s called [...]
Just when you thought that maybe every possible permutation of Star Wars fanboy art had already been conceived of, it turns out that, no, it hasn’t. Star Wars Propaganda Posters. Fictional ones, obviously. Via Design You Trust.
My friend Taeko put me on to this great blog called Shoot Tokyo, by a photographer named Dave, whose work has appeared on international news sites including CNN and BBC. His blog is an especially good way to get some real insight into public reaction to the nuclear disaster aspect of the recent Tohoku Earthquake, [...]
French street artist JR is perhaps best known for his gigantic wheatpasted photographic images, often huge faces, or maybe just the eyes, taking up an entire wall of a building. Well, JR has collaborated with the TED Prize people to introduce Inside Out, a global art project where you can participate. Send in your own [...]
My recent Hannah Stouffer interview for Living Proof is up on their website now (as well as in the latest print issue).
Well, to be honest, they just look like they’re from the future. Head to Crack Two to see them all. Not the sort of thing I usually repost, but they’re fascinating to me. Via Ffffound!