Ana Benaroya

18 April 2011

Ana Benaroya is a freelance illustrator working out of New Jersey. Thanks for the email.


15 April 2011

A photographic series conception by Croix Gagnon. Photography by Frank Schott.


15 April 2011

Graphic design intern, no less, Christopher Bell is working at Red Design in Brighton, UK. We’ll be seeing his name again, no doubt.

Holger Huber

15 April 2011

Holger Huber from Berlin launches his new site.

Sam & Sam

15 April 2011

Sam & Sam is a brand new independent film company based out of London, focusing on smaller businesses with smaller budgets. Their debut film is this beautifully crafted mini-documentary featuring (recently posted) artist, Jake Blanchard.

Brice Chatenoud

15 April 2011

I’m not entirely sure what to write about Brice Chatenoud. I think he’s from France, he is a photographer, and he mashes up his images by sometimes dismembering his subjects and/or adding sea creatures. Thanks for the email.

Simone Niquille

15 April 2011

Swiss artist, Simone Niquille updates.

Brooklyn-based NO YES NO just released their debut EP. Alongside it comes an album art generator, which grabs from an ever-growing database of album covers across the net; cuts them up, bends them, and assembles a new one with each click. The EP is free and the art is unique – get yours here.


14 April 2011

FiZZZ BZZZZ! is a Paris and Berlin based studio working in the field of book publishing, printed matters and industrial arts. Thanks for the email.

For her final project at the University of Applied Sciences in Augsburg, Germany, Maria Fischer created Traumgedanken.

The book “Traumgedanken” (“Thoughts on dreams”) contains a collection of literary, philosophical, psychological and scientifical texts which provide an insight into different dream theories.

To ease the access to the elusive topic, the book is designed as a model of a dream about dreaming. Analogue to a dream, where pieces of reality are assembled to build a story, it brings different text excerpts together. They are connected by threads which tie in with certain key words. The threads visualise the confusion and fragileness of dreams.