State of the Obvious brands teamed up with the Design Museum for these exclusive typography inspired gelaskins and covers. Designed to appeal to typography and design lovers, these products has been heavily influenced by the International Typographic Style from the 50’s and 60’s.
Artist Ricardo Cavalo fell in love with Corteo™ by Cirque du Soleil ®, so he recenetly designed this Cirque Du Soleil poster for Safewalls. He wanted to tell a main story with thousands of little stories inside the angel’s dress in millions of colors. Here is the poster below…and it is gorgeous! This poster is Limited Edition, with [...]
Logos come in all shapes and sizes. When designing a logo, one has to think of how it will look sans color and transfer over into black and white for printing. Negative space is very important, as is legibility. Color adds a whole new dimension, feel and emotional response. Designing a logo without these elements [...]
Currently running at Haines Gallery in San Francisco through June 4, 2011, is David Maisel ‘History’s Shadow’ exhibition. Bay Area artist David Maisel new photography series, highlights the dual processes of memory and excavation, which are derived from x-rays of art objects from antiquity. Maisel sourced x-rays from the archives of the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, culling [...]
Street artist Blu has new work up in Jesi, Italy. This was done over the Easter holiday. via Blu
In this edition of our Artist Spotlight, we share our recent interview with Tyler Wallach aka CLOUDZ, a talented up and coming sticker artist who recently moved from Texas to the city that never sleeps –The Big Apple– and found out when he started drawing, his array of talents and where he’s slapped his signature [...]