Gestalten has published the first monograph for
Oded Ezer, Israeli typographer and graphic designer. Oded Ezer: The Typographer's Guide to the Galaxy takes a close look at his often experimental typographic work...
Keeping Mercedes’ sandwich floor concept in mind, the BlueZero’s structure allows for three different platforms to be realized: an E-Cell with battery, E-Cell plus with battery and gasoline, and an F-Cell with hydrogen.
If you've ever watched Loony Toons, you know that the best way to observe someone undetected is to use shrubbery. The Porta Hedge is the souped up version of the basic bush camo getup - offering ropeswings, chalkboards and a even birdcall device.
A vintage retrospective of 50's & 60's fashion and editorial prints by photographer Dan Wynn will open July 23, 2009 in Brooklyn, NY. This exhibit will highlight four parts of his career: Maidenform, Seventeen Magazine, Revlon and Esquire Magazine.
"Drawing Light" a series of lamps designed by Sara Ivanyi of Form Follows Freedom. The lamps are constructed from coated metal and rubber.
The forms appear like 3D line drawings of floating cloud-like forms.
SHAG will be on hand for a special meet & greet and signing opportunity as we celebrate the release of his "Haunted Mansion" inspired artwork created in commemoration of the 40th Anniversary of the Haunted Mansion.
Artist Catherine McEver has created art prints of a series of little shoes fashioned from unlikely materials ranging from bologna,lettuce,cabbage, corn husks to tortillas. Shown here, a tiny fashion pump made of Swiss cheese with a lettuce buckle.
DLF.TV releases one high quality video profile a month on a creative person. This month, profiles sculptor and fine artist, Jim Shrosbree. who creates wall-based sculpture, utilizing many different materials, shadows, and reflections.
Two typographers (Pleaseletmedesign) and a pro race pilot collaborated to design a font with a car. The car movements were tracked using a custom software, designed by interactive artist Zachary Lieberman.(openframeworks.cc )
Icelandic graphic artist Siggeir Hafsteinsson creates some fantastic digital art works as part of his Airvalance series. The pieces are basic and geometrical while at the same time appearing animated and tangible.
The Happy Finish CGI team have gone back in time to recreate Saarinen's 1960s iconic Flight Center (Terminal 5 of JFK airport New York, featured in the movie "Catch me of you can") entirely in CGI so it can be accessed & used as a shoot location. Pretty nifty!