Under normal circumstances, you’d be hauled off promptly to the nearest police station for defacing art of significant historic and national value. But Dutch advertising agency Brilliant After Breakfast have managed to pull it off. Having created a virtual exhibition in Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum, they are aiding and abetting the act of digital delinquency. With a smartphone […]
If you’re willing to overlook the minor fact that it has an almost complete inability to disintegrate, there could be one redeeming factor that the sinful Styrofoam cup has to offer the world. California-based Malaysian artist Cheeming Boey has found it to provide the perfect surface to ink on.
Somewhere not that deep inside of me, there’s a fifteen year old girl who loves Blink 182, Airwalk treads and a guy called Bernard who hung out with his cargos around the plump rounds of his backside at the half-pipe around the corner from the footy field. In fact, that girl is now sitting in front of her Macbook with huge puppy eyes and swooning all the way back to 1997 with a new blog called The Skartorialist: The Sartorialist equivalent of skater boys from around the globe. The creation of London-based commercial and editorial photographer, Sam Ashley, it should also be known as ‘Painfully cute and perve-worthy lads around the world holding decks’.
Only those with hearts as black as coal or as cold as arctic ice could refrain from feeling an ounce of emotion while watching this. Radio Klassisk in Copenhagen brought a little dose of serenity and beauty to traveling commuters in Copenhagen by setting the Copenhagen Phil (Sjællands Symfoniorkester) loose on a train.
Gather round children, we have an exciting science lesson for you today. How big is big? How small is small? Everything is relative, and this website is about to show you about the scale of the world around you, including things you can see and those you can’t. A simple flash infographic which will break […]
It seems like everyone and their canary thinks that they have what it takes to become the world’s best amateur chef. Talk a lot about ‘depth of flavours’, cry a little bit on camera to show your passion, slide right into a book deal and a TV show that lasts about two seasons. The artist known as PES has stripped the art of cooking right back: no famous faces, no fancy dishes. In fact,no real ingredients.
What’s the difference between a ‘nice’ place, and a ‘really really nice place‘? Well, in the case of brunch, it’s the little touches. Amsterdam used to be a one horse town when it came to anything remotely akin to brunch standards, so it’s no wonder the locals literally hollered Hallelujah when G&T’s Really Really Nice Place opened their doors.
With dazzling attention to detail, Toronto-based Australian photographer Dean West creates surrealist collaged images that tell quite a tale. Always using a multi-layered approach, his commercial work is slick while his conceptual work features suspense filled storylines and emotionally charged subjects that are in the midst of a visually intoxicating commotion.
It’s a pity technology has yet to allow us to transcend the scent and taste barriers over the web. A brand new interactive motion comic has just hit the web and it’s a super delectable, quirky initiative, based on the debut graphic novel by British illustrator, Julian Hanshaw.
If Puff the Magic Dragon actually existed, I’m sure his lair would be filled with hypercoloured fumes like these. Inspired by graffiti, vibrant colours, and watching milk being poured into coffee, British photographer Mark Mawson has created a punky mystical ambience where fluid formations of colour have their own breath of life. His Aqueous Fluoreau […]
Just when you thought a particular social network couldn’t dominate your life any further than it already has, think again. It’s now set to invade more than just your headspace as it moves from pixels to reality. Interior geek chic just went 2.0 with the invention of the Facebook Shower Curtain. While it’s definitely not […]
Two years, 6000 kilometres and 500 portraits. Stan Engelbrecht and Nic Groblerare are about to publish a series of three books of the best 165 photos and stories from their personal journey, which was initially about studying cycling and commuting in South Africa.
Taking a sort of ‘infographically simple, abstract design’ medley approach to designing prints, Matt Needle takes the foundational elements of storylines to some of the best shows and movies and gives them the equivalent of a Saul Bass-esque makeover.
When you’re an established creative space considered to be one of the most significant art institutions of the modern era, it would seem a little superfluous to commission a commercial advertising agency to execute your design and promotional work, right? That would be why the Museum of Modern Art in New York has their own […]
I would like to categorically disagree with anyone who says that yoga is reserved solely for the wheatgrass binging, chakra cleansing and crystal gazing. In fact, it’s possible that it has just found a new niche audience – Breakdancers.