I just stumbled on this old article from New York Mag about this dreamy building located at 190 Bowery, and it’s funny because we were just talking about this building the other day. A staple of the downtown New York landscape, with it’s walls full of graffiti and posters, the six-story, 72-room, 35,000-square-foot building was […]
City Cab posters created by 29 years old Turkish art director Mehmet Gozetlik are about the different styles of taxicab’s in different cities. He includes the Black style taxicab from London, the Yellowcab from New York City, the Panelvan style from Istanbul, and the VW Beetle from Mexico City. These posters also display the current […]
Currently up at Foam Fotographiemuseum Amsterdam is a retrospective of Inez van Lamsweerde & Vinoodh Matadin work over the last 25 years, titled “Pretty Much Everything”. The exhibition spans 300 photographs taken by the duo over the years.
A brilliant combination of famous musical quotes, typography and graphic design by Mico Toledo. The designer creates these “Music Philosophy” posters to give his followers a weekly dose of song quotes and sells them for up to $45. A dollar well spent! I love the graphic interpretations of the quotes that we all know so […]
We are pretty fond of magazine and journal layouts and we would love if it there were more creative layouts for blogs. Though these are not blog layouts, the nice graphic posters by Robert McDowell, use figurative images mixed with newspaper text layouts and dance photography. A pretty fashionable result (especially for $10). Here are […]
Artist / illustrator James Provost created those cool mid-century classics furniture illustrations, mostly based on Charles Eames furniture- The illustrations can be bought as 16″×24″ printed posters at Imagekind – See more illustrations on his flickr
Take Giacometti Sculptures, add it a little dose of Kandinsky paintings and mix it with some street art influence, you will get the amazing illustrations / paintings of French artist Amose – His unique style is so refined, i just love it !
This weekend I went to the New Museum in New York City for the first time. I am not really sure what took me so long to get there but I think it was a subliminal resistance to prolong my optimism towards to the museum, as a response to the negative feelings I have heard […]