Martin Silvestre

28 January 2013

Martin Silvestre is an Art Director & Graphic Designer at Anonymous, a digital studio based in Paris.

Eps51

26 January 2013

Some great work from Berlin based Eps51

Large

25 January 2013

Large is Carbonnet Leo, Arthur Bonifay, Geoffrey and Emmanuel Pellet Besse, four graphic designers/type designers based in Paris and Brussels. Together, they promote a spontaneous approach projects entrusted to them.

Manuel Radde

25 January 2013

Some clever work from Austrian design Manuel Radde.

25 January 2013

A bit late on posting this, but the always busy Folkert Gorter has launched a new site with some beautiful literary and visual work. Check it out.

Zhang Qingyun

21 December 2012







Zhang Qingyun is a graphic designer and illustrator from Chengdu, China. He has studied graphic design at FIT in New York and Camberwell College of Arts in London, and has been freelancing in both fields since 2009. Having worked at Two Twelve, Mother New York and Matic, Zhang has the skill and experience of executing projects for both big corporations like Google, JCPenny, and smaller boutiques and institutions like Maison Gerard and ReVision Arts. His work has been included in several exhibitions in both New York and London, most recently Metamorphosis exhibition organized by ReVision Arts.

A little trivia, Zhang is actually his last name.

Check out some of his other work here. www.zzhhaanngg.com


 

We’re excited to announce a new release as part of our Pattern & Shape series. This design is by our very own Mark Pernice and is based off the crescent shaped Lune. Shirts come in girls and boys sizes and yes, that’s glow-in-the-dark ink! Get yours here.

Stay tuned for more Pattern & Shape news soon.

Overview

11 December 2012



On the 40th anniversary of the famous ‘Blue Marble’ photograph taken of Earth from space, Planetary Collective presents a short film documenting astronauts’ life-changing stories of seeing the Earth from the outside – a perspective-altering experience often described as the Overview Effect.

The Overview Effect, first described by author Frank White in 1987, is an experience that transforms astronauts’ perspective of the planet and mankind’s place upon it. Common features of the experience are a feeling of awe for the planet, a profound understanding of the interconnection of all life, and a renewed sense of responsibility for taking care of the environment.

Vaka Valo – Antarctica

27 November 2012

Vaka Valo recently shared some work with us and I was curious to learn more about his process, so I asked him. Here’s a bit of background on his latest series:

The project “Antarctica” is my ongoing investigation/documentation of the occurrences I encounter on the ground surfaces of public underground parking garages (usually hospitals) in the middle of the night, while balancing my time between East Asia and Europe. These “paintings” made by tires, shoes, spills, leaks, are in a constant state of transition, like the anonymous people, cars, and machines that made them. Sometimes, I have revisited a particular site only to find the original raw material faded, added upon, painted over, or completely gone. It is surprising how something ignored on the ground can become beautiful, when placed into a different context. For example, the third composition is actually a photo-gram of bird shit. But it looks like a painting. And it is a painting. Just not a painting made with canvas, paint, or brushes.

Véronique Pêcheux

12 November 2012

Véronique Pêcheux from Paris recently updated.