Here’s how the idea works: The site is designed to appeal to IT Managers who have an IT Horror story to share, the best horror story will be hand drawn in comic fashion by award winning artist Katie Houghton-Ward which will be signed and framed.
typographicposters.com intends on becoming a resource of graphic and typographic posters to serve all your research needs – either historical or inspirational. Best part is anyone can submit a collection for inclusion.
In just few days, Rouge G, the new creation of Guerlain will be available. The formula is said to include ruby powder but what really sets the new lipstick apart is its metal case designed by jeweler Lorenz Baümer.
Finally! LAist's much anticipated (by me!) interview with Tyler Brûlé ~ who does not at all hide his disdain for Los Angeles... i kind of wish he at least tried? Sadly it's hurting my love for Monocle a little.
The Suomi lamp by Luz Difusion is made of 4 blocks of oak sheets, 2 cm thick, that are given a concave shape through the use of a mold. Each block is then laser cut to narrow it gradually from top to bottom.
The Ripple Lounge by William Emmerson is a study in undulation. The line finishes in space but the thought continues, like a wave on the tide. The Ripple Lounge is now available exclusively through Ralph Pucci International.
SNOWBLINDED x ARTCRANK. Drop Sequence is an 18" x 24" screenprint and will be available at the ARTCRANK(in Denver) for $30. Also available at Snowblinded.com on Saturday, April 11th at 12pm Mountain Time.
Chocolat Factory! Finally stumbled across one of the Spanish Chocolatier's shops in Changi Airport ~ and the packaging is darling! Check out close ups of the Pocket Tube and Chocolate RAIN and fun poster!!!
The Easter Bunnies arrive early! In the shape of these delicious new cushions from artist Catalina Estrada. Bunnies is just one of three designs of Limited Edition cushions from Catalina - with just 250 of each available.
Jeremy Sigler interviews artist James Welling. "My work might be somewhat different from the "Pictures" generation artists, but I think we all grappled with the need to rethink the expressive possibilities of artmaking."