Rafaël Rozendaal shares some conceptual commonalities with Aakash Nihalani, including a mouthful of a name, but his interactive microsites are a lot more colorful and immersive. It’s like every tangential … Read more
Death is both an online and print journal asking writers and visual artists to address the topic however they wish, often abstractly and humorously. The idea here is that gothic … Read more
A lot of rappers and their trademark vocal punctuations. Like saying the same word over and over until it loses meaning, this experience will prove both disorienting and addictive. It’s … Read more
Chances are you’ve seen some of Aakash Nihalani’s geometric tape structures somewhere at least once. Chances are you don’t know (or can’t pronounce) his name.