Australian artist Paul White’s pencil drawings manages to make demolished abandoned cars look appealing.

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Yet another informative how-to video from one of our favorite graphics sites Before and After Magazine. In this video John McWade discusses logo design and how it the effects how you feel about a business especially a small one.

Kathy Thomas is a babysitter — for pets. Her friend designed a logo for her, but does she really need one? Watch the video and find out.

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The new year is just around the corner! You probably don’t want to be reminded another year has come and gone, however you will want to check out these beautiful handmade letterpress 2011 calendars which will help you realize how fast time goes by, but in style! Who says a calendar has to be boring and tacked to a wall?

Screen Printed 2011 Calendar

They are designed and screenprinted by hand in the Unik studio location.  Each month is printed seperately on a 4.75″ x 5.5″ piece of white cardstock. The calendar comes in a  transparent calendar case, which is the perfect display to showcase the calendar on your desk.

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We peruse the internet for useful websites so you don’t have to. ‘Click That Link’ is a complied list of cool website links worth checking out.


Pictory - Gorgeous photography/photo stories.

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Coming out later this month are these three new Angry Birds i-Phone 4 cases. As if we need another reminder to play the most popular cell phone game (ever). The Gear4 sleeves sport brightly-coloured depictions of the red and yellow birds, and the King pig. If you’re a fan (or addict) of Angry Birds, you’ll recognize these faces.

The case is compatible with the i-Phone 4 only, sorry Android users. Weeeeeeeeeee! Bgok!


In a rare interview, multi-platinum, 10-time Grammy Award-winning artist and icon JAY-Z will speak with Charlie Rose, executive editor and anchor of the Charlie Rose Show, before a live audience in the Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Auditorium at the Brooklyn Museum on Thursday, November 18, at 7 p.m. The conversation, which will be taped to air nationwide at a later date on the Charlie Rose program, will focus on JAY-Z’s book DECODED, to be published on November 16 by Spiegel & Grau, a Random House imprint. DECODED recounts JAY-Z’s life from his childhood in Brooklyn’s Marcy housing projects to becoming a world-famous performer and songwriter, entrepreneur, and philanthropist.

Tickets to the event will go on sale Wednesday, November 10, at noon. They may be purchased online at (two-ticket purchase limit for this program) or at the Brooklyn Museum Visitor Center in person. Ticket prices are $50 for the general public, older adults, and students and $45 for Brooklyn Museum Members. Become a member visit the Brooklyn Museum. Ticket price includes a copy of DECODED by JAY-Z that will be provided to the patron upon admission to the program the night of the event.

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Robert Cook, Associate Curator of Contemporary Art, Art Gallery of Western Australia says about BallenUltimately, the work of Roger Ballen is a form of radical disquieting subjectivism, a psychology of the world itself that represents the inside of politics, the inside of ideology, the inside of ourselves.”

This art print titled ‘Culprit‘ by Roger Ballen reminds us of something out of Williams S. Burroughs Naked Lunch (the film) directed by David Cronenberg.

Ballen was born in New York City in 1950, Roger Ballen has lived and worked in Johannesburg, South Africa since 1982. During this period, he has produced eight books and his photographic style has evolved from photo-journalism to a unique artistic vision.

His work has been shown around the world and is included in many museum collections, including: Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, France; The Tate, London, England and Museum of Modern Art, New York, USA.

The print is available at 20×200.

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