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Today Mark Pernice joins the ever growing TSA contributor list. I was first introduced to Mark through his ingenious photo booth mask, and later discovered, in addition to creating bizarre/hilarious art, he’s also an exceptional designer. He lives in Brooklyn. Welcome.

Some amazing things by James Cotton of the UK.

Red Design

24 March 2011

Red Design out of Brighton, UK updates.

Pattern & Shape pics

24 March 2011

We’re trying to collect some images of folks wearing our Pattern & Shape t-shirts. If you bought a tee and have a spare moment, could you take a picture and send it to us?

Please email submissions to submit [at] thestrangeattractor.net. High res photos preferred.

While on the subject of the TSA shop, we’ve done a reprint of the bestseller from The Place I Live series by mcbess. Now available for purchase here. Enjoy.

Jake Blanchard

23 March 2011

The talented Jake Blanchard recently updated. He also has a show coming up with Scott Balmer in London. Details here.

Toormix

23 March 2011

New site and work from Barcelona based Toormix.

Blinky

21 March 2011

Written and directed by Ruairi Robinson. Sound design by Echolab, score by Ólafur Arnalds.

Generative Photography

17 March 2011

Generative Photography: A nice exploration of analog photography and technology that produces very beautiful images, by Ishac Bertran

Greg Ponchak

17 March 2011

Greg Ponchak is a multi-talented designer from Cleveland, OH. He has a nice mix of experimental, type design, and even a couple of well crafted wordpress themes, a lot of which is for sale. Thanks for the link.

Firebelly Design

16 March 2011

Firebelly Install Process at Pratt Institute from Firebelly Design on Vimeo.

“A super-talented team of patient listeners, genius problem solvers and forward-thinking designers,” Firebelly Design is well known for creating “Good Design For Good Reason.” Presented as a hanging collage, this sculpture takes a moment to look back on the last 12 years of work at the firm—and was presented at the Pratt Institute in November of 2010.