Archive for 2011

German artist Elena Belmann mixes sculptured art with information technology in this intricate QR code sculpture.

HIDE/SEEK Interview with Arnold Lehman, Director of the Brooklyn Museum, and Tricia Laughlin Bloom, Project Curator who discuss the exhibition. B-roll of the HIDE/SEEK exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum.

Currently on show at Richard Heller Gallery is Paco Pomet’s “Horns and Tales” exhibition. Working with oils, Paco Pomet depicts rich moments in time, captured as if photographed, and taken in another century due to his use of monochromatic tones. Look a little closer and you will find fairy tale characters, anthropomorphic cartoon creatures, and others [...]

Artist John Malloy creates illustrations with such meticulous detail, it’s no surprise they take on a painterly effect. His use of line and form mixed with brilliant colors give his illustrations a huge amount of depth which can be applied in an array of graphic applications. It’s no wonder he was chosen to collaborate on [...]

New poster print from freelance graphic and jewelry designer Maria Stojek called “Tiger Lines”. Born in Poland and now based in Belgium, Maria strives for clean and simple, uncluttered designs in her work. Visit So On Concept to see more projects.

Hypnotizingly trippy animation by Mirai Mizue titled “Chaotic Order”. Mizue has a strong obsession with cells which forces him to draw every frame with amazing density. In Japan, Mirai Mizue is a representative figure of the new generation of abstract animation. Recently he has been trying to step into new territory: minimalistic abstract animation using [...]

From Autum comes this sleek new design called The Dualist, which is the result of their quest for the perfect front pocket card case.

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