|The grin of a rich man|
Thursday, 27 January 2011
A fascinating exhibtion currently exhibiting at the Wellcome Collection in Euston, exploring drug use throughout the ages in art. It aims to look at the role of drugs from 16th century tobacco to twentieth century MDMA (ecstasy). Well worth a visit, highly recommended!
Tuesday, 25 January 2011
Thursday, 20 January 2011
Have loved the work of this crazy Frenchmen for a while now. He produces prints, posters, skate decks, books, toys.. to name a few. Everything he touches is very loud, vibrant and beautifully laid out. The content of his work is evidence of a very active imagination, you can spend ages interpreting his visual 'stories' and personally, i dont get bored of them.
To me Jeremyville is one of those illustrators who has bags and bags of creativity and has nailed down his style... the result of this is copious amounts of quality work. Check out his website www.jeremyville.com
Typically packed with energy.
Monday, 17 January 2011
Friday, 14 January 2011
Wednesday, 12 January 2011
If you've got a spare moment I highly recommend spending it watching this. These guys have bags of talent and combined with some well edited time lapse they have produced a wicked little video. Really nice to see the process aswell as final product.
This is for all of us who have had what seemed to be a ground breaking idea only for it to be completely belittled when you put pen to paper. Dont lose faith, ideas grow, evolve and blossom. Here is the original sketch for social networking site Twitter, not exactly the most intruiging visual spectacle or for that matter complexed equation, however turned out to be not such a bad idea in the end..
Tuesday, 11 January 2011
These photos were taken at the 'Museum of Brands' in Notting Hill. It shows package re-branding from the 1950s, after world war 1, up until a year ago. You can really see the similarity within all the products as they evolve through each decade.
Saturday, 8 January 2011
Friday, 7 January 2011
Thursday, 6 January 2011
The fixie bike has not only become a fashion statement but it has evolved into a contemporary piece of design. Through the simplistic use of line, shape and colour the bikes have become sculptural pieces of art in themselves. Seems a shame to ride them.