Thomas Brooks

31 July 2008


Thomas Brooks from the UK. I really like his poster series for the Horror Film Festival as well.

Mark Jenkins

31 July 2008




Mark Jenkins does brilliant street and nature installations. The shot of the posed donkey street performer made me laugh – it’s an actual statue, not a guy in a suit. Quite amazing that you can get people to donate money to a statue of a man painted gold, wearing a donkey mask… See the video here.

Philippe Apeloig

29 July 2008

Philippe Apeloig

The work of Philippe Apeloig and his studio is simply amazing. He’s a french AD based in Paris, member of the AGI.

Peter Sunna

28 July 2008



Niceness from Swedish designer/art director Peter Sunna.


25 July 2008


This is a collection of essays from Wire looking back on the development of modern music in the 20th century. I just finished it on the plane. Really interesting. Cover design by Non-Format.


New photo gallery from Kim Høltermand… really cool subject matter.

Michael MacGarry

24 July 2008

All Theory No Practice

All Theory No Practice

Michael MacGarry is a visual artist based in Johannesburg. His work concerns the ongoing consequences of imperialism within Africa. When enough people start saying the same thing opened on the 16th of July.

Drawing with knives

23 July 2008

Drawing with knives

Drawing with knives, the very interesting portfolio of Jayne Helliwell


I recently saw Zana Briski’s amazing documentary Born into Brothels, which won the 2005 Academy Award for best documentary. Pictured above is a photo of one of the amazingly talented students Zana taught to in Calcutta’s red light district. After this documentary, Zana went on to found Kids with Cameras, whose purpose is to give hope to under-priviledged children through art. I think this amazing movie and this fantastic project deserve all the exposure it can get, hence why I’m posting this today.

Jörn Kaspuhl

22 July 2008


Jörn Kaspuhl: one hell of an illustrator!