• Tag: typography


    Rogerseller Presents // The Art of Colour.

    10th October

    It is no secret I get super excited about brilliant creative collaborations, and today’s story is no exception. Our friends at Rogerseller are currently running a seasonal campaign titled The Art of Colour, which celebrates colour in unexpected and extraordinary ways. This wonderful, inspiring and super imaginative art collaboration is the brainchild of creative consultancy Jane and the super clever crafty ladies at Harvest Textiles…



    Design Free Thursday // Inflated/Deflated.

    27th September

    “The words written on our balloons range from humorous quotes to heartfelt feelings and memories. These words are marked on the surface of inflated balloons, and like that of one’s thoughts being released, so too is the air of the balloon…”



    Mogollon // New York.

    25th September

    Mogollon is a New York-based design studio focusing on creating iconic, timeless and visionary imagery for art, film, music and fashion clients worldwide. Founded in 2004 by Francisco Lopez and Monica Brand with the objective of joining talents to produce alluring imagery across virtually every platform. Pronounced (mo-go-yon), the practice is named after Spanish slang word for Plenty or Abundance…



    The Re-Birth of Palazzo di Vigonovo (Campiello) // Venice, Italy.

    23rd July

    This project is such a wonderful example of what is possible when history, art, architecture and technology unite to create a single grand gesture. After three full years of renovation, Campiello is given a new lease on life, featuring a magnificent Corten steel facade created by art historian Philippe Daverio and artist Giorgio Milani, overseen by the local architecture firm 3ndy Studio. The intricate pattern of the facade features a meticulously hand drawn pattern by Milani which references the buildings history dating back to 17th century…



    Design Free Thursday | Steve Lambert.

    31st May

    Steve Lambert is an American conceptual installation artist and all around shit-stirrer. My kind of dude, really. I find his work to be intelligent, brave, eye-catching, interesting and funny, but these are just some of the reasons I love it so much. Each piece is also relevant and engaging, casting a light-heart but solemn critique on our daily lives, questioning our society and our beliefs…



    Painted Newspaper Prints by Evan Hecox.

    30th May

    Dark Island is a series of mixed-media works by Denver-based artist Evan Hecox, currently on show at the Joshua Liner Gallery in New York City. Evan has a passion for exploring unfamiliar cities with his vintage Polaroid camera in hand, which he later uses to recreate impressions left behind in his memory. These beautiful artworks are created using acrylic and gouache on vintage newspaper, capturing Hecox’s explorations of lower Manhattan and west Brooklyn in New York City.

    I really love the way these pieces take a humble medium like broadsheet to a whole new level, using beautiful imagery and brilliant colour choices, and in turn giving them a new lease of life…




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