The list of contributing artists is quite impressive – including Universal Everything, Build, Mario Hugo, Alex Trochut, Will Sweeney, Jason Tozer, Panda Yoghurt, Graham Carter and Hort. Each designer/company has been asked to submit an original piece of work depicting their vision of ‘Life in 2050′. The exhibition will take place at Chapter One Gallery (London) beginning mid-April.
Introducing a weekly interview series about creative couples, exploring their work, experiences, and what they have found to love about working with their significant other. We start off with Caleb and Hanahlie.
Caleb Beyers and Hanahlie Beise are a husband and wife team based in Vancouver, BC. Their collaborative work spans graphics, photography, installations, film/video, and interior/industrial design. They work together producing gallery based work, and client-based work under the moniker “CASTE“. They share a small, alternately chaotic and organized space with their two spotted Bengal cats, Samson and Spartacus.
I recently discovered the work of Chad Kouri, a member of The Post Family out here in Chicago. They’re an art collective, blog, gallery, and store, with lots going on… keep up on their movements here. And if you’re looking for something to do tomorrow night, go see the closing party for a show Chad curated at Co-Prosperity Sphere – check out getittogethershow.com for more info.
You can now check out all the work from the Synth Eastwood Homemade Show from May. Content includes 120+ print, 30+ motion, 20+ audio submissions and 10+ installations.
Paul Wagenblast is a designer and visualist in Portland, OR. Really impressed with how well his work translates across many different mediums.
Arts Institute of Bournemouth got in touch to let us know about a new exhibition of work from recently graduated BA (Hons) Graphic Design students. Open viewing will take place from June 18th to the 26th. Check out their very nice website accompanying the exhibit.
So many nice projects… don’t know which ones to post!
Check out Mona Kim’s site
From the first visuals featured on rock and roll record sleeves through contemporary music videos and magazines, graphic design has played and integral role in visualizing music.
For instance, Andy Warhol’s artwork for the Velvet Underground and Peter Saville’s iconic Joy Division album covers are forever burned in our collective cultural memory as images synonymous with the music.
In An Expression of the Inexpressible features contemporary international designers whose work showcases the current interactions of music and design.
This exhibition features art, graphic design and video works by Stefan Sagmeister, Non-Format, Karlssonwilker, Mike Mills, Trevor Jackson, Yokoland, Sara Haraigue, Mario Hugo, RD Granados, Stereotype Design, Standard Motion, Si Scott, Sonnenzimmer, Roger Bova, Shannon McGlothin, Jean Jullien, Hannah Waldron, Mike Little, Chris Rubino and Géraldine Georges.
August 7—27, 2009
Opening reception: Friday, August 7th, 5pm—9pm
Dean Johnson Gallery, Indianapolis IN
More info here
This is a long overdue mention of Neasden Control Centre out of the UK. They create amazing design, art, exhibitions, installations, etc etc.