New music video from Deerhoof for The Merry Barracks, off their latest record, Deerhoof vs. Evil. Directed by Akiko McQuerrey and Jason Drakeford.

Design leftovers

10 March 2011

A section dedicated to scrapped work. Triboro Leftovers.

Sr. Mistu is a new hand-drawn iPhone app from illustrator Cinta Vidal and Marc Sallent. It’s the story of a blind man and his guide dog who don’t have olives for their pizza so they travel around the world to find them.

Jonathan Zawada

10 March 2011




Recent work by artist and designer Jonathan Zawada. I especially like the stereograph wine label.

Endless Glee

09 March 2011

Dead Lossless

Ready To Serve

Mother Superior

New archival 280gsm giclée fiber-prints from Givan Lötz exploring and decoding the transcendental aesthetic.

All religions have an ecstatic component and all involve altering human consciousness to some extent by prayer, meditation, chanting, dancing, fasting etc. Although belief in a non-physical spiritual realm has diminished as part of our post-darwinian age it has not disappeared. Even those who have relinquished their belief are prone, if not compelled, to seek out substitutes. The altered states associated with Sex (orgasm), Drugs (intoxication), Madness (psychosis) are not only substitutes for religious experience but in some instances accomplices to these mystical practices.

MusaWorkLab

08 March 2011

Beautiful work from MusaWorkLab studio out of Lisboa, Portugal. Thanks for the email.

Laura Guarie

08 March 2011

Laura Guarie is a design student from Buenos Aires, Argentina. Thanks for the email.

Ten Minutes

05 March 2011

Ten minutes is a nebula of art, music, words, thoughts, an exploration of music as ideational symbiosis, and an ongoing creative exchange illustrated by Kyu and curated by the amazing Joanne Lam.

The Pressure

05 March 2011

Updates from Adam Garcia

Artists Mirjam Linschooten (Netherlands/France) and Sameer Farooq (Canada) examine Istanbul by collecting objects, and exibiting them in their “museum of found objects” (installation, catalog, and website)- “an archaeology of the present,” as they say.
A Toronto version is also on their site.