Julien Vallée

24 June 2008

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More fantastic work out of Montréal: Julien Vallée.

Eve Duhamel

23 June 2008

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Gorgeous paintings and illustrations by Montréal based Eve Duhamel. Her new site is up and running… thanks for the link Eve!

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[excerpt from waterfootprint.org]
Virtual water content – The virtual-water content of a product (a commodity, good or service) is the volume of freshwater used to produce the product, measured at the place where the product was actually produced (production-site definition). It refers to the sum of the water use in the various steps of the production chain.

The Virtual Water Project
The Virtual Water poster was designed by Timm Kekeritz

One Vote

23 June 2008

One Vote

Please join us for an unofficial election and exhibition of prints by Zimbabwean artist Kudzanai Chiurai.
Come and cast your vote of no confidence in the Zimbabwe elections. What happens in Zimbabwe affects us all.

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Here’s a bit of Talking Heads right before they signed to Sire, the earliest known recording of them. They were tight as hell even then. There’s a quote from Village Voice right around this time which referred to David Byrne as a “skinny, neurasthenic Roy Orbison with the voice of a psychotic fifteen-year-old and he isn’t even fifteen.”

With Our Love

Warning Sign

Crayonlegs

20 June 2008

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Crayonlegs is a site featuring illustrations by Duncan Barrett and Sarah Lippett. They’re freelancing, so send them some work! Thanks for the link Duncan.

Mario Hugo

19 June 2008

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I just noticed that Mario Hugo has a few updates. Take a look at his really nice concept work for Beck’s new album. Why weren’t these chosen??? 

Socket Studios

19 June 2008

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Nice poster series by Scottish designer Paul MacGregor.

The Mighty Boosh

18 June 2008

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The Mighty Boosh started as a stage act in 98, then a radio show (posted here), then a tv show, and soon to be a movie from the sound of things. Wikipedia categorizes it in surreal comedy, which, is accurate.

Hitcher

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18 June 2008

Johnny and Thom play “The Rip” by Portishead.  (LGT original with a splendidly animated video.)