(Smog)

01 May 2008

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Supper was Bill Callahan’s 11th proper album as Smog. Here’s a track.

Our Anniversary

33rpm

01 May 2008

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Andrio Abero from Brooklyn. Originally from Seattle. He works mostly in the realm of show posters and album artwork… good place to be.

Narelle Autio

01 May 2008

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Australian photographer.

Julia Hoffmann

30 April 2008

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Great designer with a top notch resumé: Doyle Partners, Pentagram, and currently an interactive designer with Crispin Porter + Bogusky here in Boulder. Originally from Frankfurt.

This book is really well done. It’s designed to look like a high school text book, right down to the cheesy diagrams. I especially like the fact that it was banned from Wal-Mart, just goes to show how politically charged some of these big corporations are. Even if it was due in part to the fact that all the justices of the Supreme Court were shown nude on page 99…

More on this book – I.D. ‘Best of’ article.

Karl Pilkington

30 April 2008

To follow up the Ricky Gervais post, here’s one with his prodigy Karl Pilkington. Karl is best known for being the ‘simpleton’ on The Ricky Gervais Show. The 1st season of which was awarded the Guinness World Record for most downloaded podcast. Available at audible.com.

Chris Silas Neal

29 April 2008

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Chris Silas Neal is an illustrator/designer from Brooklyn. Really nice work… find a few of his prints for sale here.

Superexpresso

29 April 2008

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Superexpresso is Michele Angelo from Barcelona.

Vector Park

29 April 2008

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Fun little flash artwork from Patrick Smith.

Damien Poulain

29 April 2008

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French designer and art director, resides in London. This is a design for the magazine Unglo.

Daniel Dociu

28 April 2008

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Daniel Dociu is chief art director for ArenaNet, who does video game design for Guild Wars among others. This is some of his concept art.

Discovered through BLDGBLOG where there’s an in-depth interview with the artist.