Archive for 2011

Studio Gang Architects designed this gorgeous 82-story Aqua Tower, a rippling concrete-and-glass high-rise in Chicago, Illinois. At first glance the tower may appear to simply be a marriage of two schools of design that have ridden architecture’s media wave over the past decade parametric design and Retro Modernism to form Expressionist Modern. Aqua Tower comprises over [...]

These vintage postcards depicting a 1910′s New York City and a futuristic look a the ‘City of Skyscrapers’ are but two from a mass of 9,000 picture postcards that were collected and classified by the American photographer Walker Evans (1903–1975), which is now part of the Metropolitan Museum of Art Walker Evans Archive. The picture [...]

Nick Veasey’s x-ray photography of ordinary objects, plant life, and toys remind us of scan machine prints one might get from an airport only they’re elevated to beautiful pieces of art. Here are some samples…

Linda McCluskey, an American painter who now resides in Paris, has a new book called Linda McCluskey Paintings that is filled with gorgeous photos of her most recent artworks. We especially love her Rooftop of Paris series and Long Tall Series. Here are some samples of what you can find inside. You can purchase this book [...]

Transmedia Artist Olivier Goulet Creator of the SkinBag About Olivier Goulet: Goulet is a French and German transmedia artist, whose vision resides in the crossroads of activism and human design. Through the examination of the emotional body, he decodes the principle of identity. He explores the humanity as a species in the process of disappearance (Moults, [...]

The guys (and gals) over at Wolff Olins a brand consultancy asked themselves “What makes a good team?” The following three poster designs is what they came up with. First in Wolff Olins series about Team Spirit.

The 1948 American comedy horror film Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein, directed by Charles Barton and starring the comedy team of Abbott and Costello, is the first of several films where the comedy duo meets classic characters from Universal’s horror film stable. In this four part series learn exactly what went into filming this classic horror comedy.

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