Monday, 31 October 2011


 I keep on seeing these amazing paper cuttings around and about the web and have been meaning to post them for a while... with no success ... until now.

 Turns out they are by British designer and illustrator Julene Harrison who specialises in the beautifully intricate carvings. Upon closer inspection they boggle the mind with the unbelievable precision involved in creating them. Harrison has one steady hand and bags of patience. So cool. Check out her website for plenty more cuttings


Batman returns

 So here is our second instalment of batman images. If you checked out the first collection you will know how i feel about the abundance of Batman related imagery in design and my theories for this. Again i found it very easy to collate this series, as there are simply bloody loads of them.. everywhere. This is set to become a regular feature. It kicks off with this tiny image of a fat impersonator...perfect.


Friday, 28 October 2011


 Here we go then.. clues in the title.


Riitta Ikonen

 Now this a very strange/interesting project. From 2004 to 2006 Riitta Ikonen mailed around 100 post cards to her friend Margaret Huber from around the world. The idea was to send cards that would test the postal system.. they included, as seen below:
  Pencil sharpenings, Labels, price stickers, hair, stamps and flies! Only three postcards did not reach their destination. Like i said how strange/interesting...hmm


Thursday, 27 October 2011

U . S . A

 In a follow up to our previous United States post this is (again) a brief pictorial tribute to our ever optimistic american cousins. A fascinating bunch of people.


Matthew Hollister

 Matthew Hollister is a Seattle based illustrator... and thats all we know about him other than we like his style. For more from the man go to It is a nicely presented affair.


Wednesday, 26 October 2011

Super top secret

 Super top secret is 'an interactive creative shop' (thats a new one). This project caught our eye simply because it is wicked. The client was AIGA.. and they must have been pretty happy with the finished result. These guys are really interesting from the look of their work to the way they go about it... to see what im on about pay their site a visit its refreshingly different.