Pantonism should probably have a secondary search function beyond colour… but it’s a rather lovely resource, especially if you’re like me and tend to remember things by colours (my books are arranged by the colour of their spine). But hey, it’s not like it’s a random bunch of images, they happen to all be beautiful [...]
New to the T&H catalogue is Cyclepedia – A Tour of Iconic Bicycle Designs. A wonderful book of Michael Embacher’s incredible bicycle collection. his online archive is really great too. buy the book here.
Photos from the ever excellent Boston Globe Big Picture site from last week’s tuition fee protests.
Useful reference of “interesting” and “creative” things currently being memed around the internet. The usual augmented reality, word-clouds, projections and interactive videos are paired with new examples, grouped into areas of Audio, Movies, Visual, Art, Physical, Light, Tech, Politics, Sport, Books, History, and of course straight up, old fashioned, Advertising.
Somebody send us some 3D glasses…
Also posted in 3D design, WTF?
nice collection of graphis annuals on flickr.
Oh my. Terry Richardson‘s directed and photographed the new Pirelli Calendar. Thank you High Snobiety for publishing all the pics. Featuring Miranda Kerr, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Ana Beatriz Barros, Lily Cole, Daisy Lowe, Marloes Horst, Abbey Lee, Catherine McNeil, Eniko Mihalik, Georgina Stojiljkovic, and Gracie Carvalho. Biographies of all those involved are available at Pirelli. Backstage [...]
Eye Magazine has a great article on PanAm’s advertising and design – albeit only one chapter, as found at the ‘Here Is Every. Four Decades of Contemporary Art’ exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Really modern approach to advertising, graphics and generating that sense of wonder that travel companies seem to [...]
Also posted in Advertising, Design
20 years since the wall came down – nice photoessay from the Boston Globe – their photoblog “The Big Picture” is well worth subscribing to (we mentioned it before, twice)
FIXED is the first book to document global fixed-gear culture. It joins the dots between the bike’s design, its racing heritage and the customization that marks its appearance on our city streets. It meets the track stars, tricksters, messengers, hill bombers and polo players the world over, linking them to the artists, designers and framebuilders [...]