Archive for July, 2010

Nicola Lopez Paintings

31, Jul 2010

The paintings of Nicola Lopez… Regarding her work she states “I draw on the visual language of cartography in order to evoke the idea of mapping, although my maps do not refer to actual places. Neither are they depictions of utopias or dystopias; they are maps that represent how our actual world is structured, not [...]

Welcome to another addition of Friday Food Links! This week you can learn how M&M’s are made, new food trends, 50 ways to make ramen noodles, secrets waiters don’t want you to know, great tapas recipes and some some awesome cheesecake desserts. We search for yummy food links and recipes, so you don’t have to. [...]

Jonny Wan’s letterfoms are his self initiated project to further his personal practice into working more closely with type. He created the whole alphabet to not only get a feel for working with letterforms but also to experiment with how he can manipulate his style to suit the type.

Boring is a word that could never be used in describing Richard Coleman’s artwork. Bold, colorful and hypnotic would be the optimum choice.

Nirma Sudha Salt illustrated print ads from India are slightly confusing. Upon first glance one would guess it is for one type of salt that is lemony and the other a bit spicy. But the tag line throws it off. Salt that covers up flavor? Honestly who cares…it’s the detail in the illustrations that are [...]

Zeng’s Animal Print Collages are quite eery but have underlying quality of curiousity that draws you in.

Title sequencing today is an art form unto itself, not only for films, but for a lot of TV shows as well. That wasn’t always the case. Back in the 1980′s being different and creative in TV action series intro’s wasn’t something that was very important, in fact it seems everyone stole the same story [...]

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