Google Street View technology meets the world’s finest museums. Google Art Project
Bleed is a multi-disciplinary design consultancy from Oslo, Norway. Dabbling in everything from brand identity and packaging to “art projects” and exhibitions, they’ve established themselves as one of the most awarded agencies in Norway.
The way Traum’s 3D kitsch interplay with Brunner’s occult-like multi-column layout works rather nicely. The overall effect – glossy renderings opposite dense blackness – feels appropriate for something that can risk being perversely self referential.
If I could only find a copy of Bryce 3D…maybe all these American design annuals would be a little more interesting.
The always inspirational Build has launched their new website with lots of new work. Check it out.
A few weeks back we reached out to students from all over the world, who are graduating this year, and asked them to submit their work to our new 2010 Grads feature. We had a huge response and have been really impressed with the quality of work. Thanks to everyone who answered our call.
We’ve decided to release the Grads in batches over the next couple of months, culminating in an extended feature at the end of the Summer. Till then, please feel free to get in touch with any of these guys/gals for work placements or job offers. The doors are still open to new submissions (for a limited time) – if interested, please send your name, school, url, graduation date, and a short bio to submit [at] thestrangeattractor.net.
Chelsee Ivan : Alberta College of Art + Design
Chelsee was born in 1987 in a small Southern Albertan town. She moved to Calgary to attend the Alberta College of Art + Design and major in photography. Currently she’s living and working in Calgary.
Gareth Dunt : Cardiff School of Art and Design
Ari Weinkle : RISD
Ari is a designer specializing in abstract vector artwork, experimental typography, and conceptual graphic design and is working towards a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design at RISD.
Kimberley Chan : Lincoln School of Art and Design
Kimberley sees herself as a multidisciplinary designer as she enjoys working within many creative fields, from screen, print or ambient media. She loves to try new things in all aspects of her life, which she feels has a positive influence on her work and overall portfolio. It is quite upbeat as she likes to incorporate a lot of colour and illustrated elements into her work.
Allison Connell : Iowa State University
Allison is originally from the Minneapolis/Saint Paul metro area, but has been living in Ames, Iowa to attend Iowa State University. She just graduated with a BFA in Graphic Design (and a minor in mathematics too, if you can believe it). Besides design, she enjoys bookbinding and working with her hands, as well as listening to music, eating, and enjoying beautiful weather.
Tom Peet : Northumbria University
Tom is a graphic designer living and working in Newcastle. His passion lies in typography, branding, promotional graphics and editorial design.
I’m happy to announce my new monthly podcast, Psychometry, a continuous DJ mix of electronic, deep house, techno with a splash of pop and indie. You can subscribe to it via iTunes. I find it interesting that a lot of designers I know are also DJ’s. With that said for future episodes I plan on splitting the mix between myself and a guest DJ. In the meantime enjoy.
Bibliothéque Design has launched a new website with lots of new work. Enjoy.
Previously founder and art director of DesignLab, the Brussel based designer is back as Pam&Jenny.