Downtown Brooklyn just got a little taste of cheap Swedish furniture and it came in the form of a giant Ikea box! What a great concept!
I have been following the work of Invisible Creature for quite some time now. They sit atop the music packaging/artwork game – stunning photography, pitch-perfect typography, and an endless array of vastly different styles. These guys know how to put together a finished product!
Bleeding Through’s album, The Truth featured some of Creature’s most eye-popping photos, so I was excited when I came across a blog where they revealed their processes for creating them.
I stumbled upon some gorgeous graphic work that I absolutely have to share. Cosh Gallery in London has a show on right now called “Now Showing”.
“40+ Creatives were given the task of creating their own interpretation of a Cult, Classic or Obscure film poster from the past, whether it be a literal or abstract solution. The result is Now Showing, an Art exhibition paying homage to more than 70 years of film, through the form of Prints, One Off Screen Prints and Sculptures.”
Hellovon, Non Format, Marian Bantjes, Tomer Hanuka, and Pure Evil are among the artists showing. Enjoy.
See a whole bunch more after the jump!
After a little delay, Brave Art Vancouver has been confirmed! Friday June 13th 7-11pm at the Ayden Gallery (88 West Pender – Second Floor of Tinseltown). Have some drinks, hear some tunes, watch some live art, peruse the gallery. The Whistler Brave Art show was a blast and the Vancouver opening will be no different!
I have never been a fan of the Mini. People change. Aznom Design Studio got their hands on the Clubman and well, this car is now ridiculous. The customized Clubman is appropriately named The Chateau, and is a work of art from bumper to bumper. Did I mention there’s a shock-absorbent wine cellar in the back? Think I’m joking?
I need this book. Translating Hollywood is a new book coming out by Sam Sarowitz. The book focuses on interesting and downright bizarre foreign movie posters for American films. I found this superb Japanese poster for Army of Darkness from the book, over at Posterwire. Only some crazy Japanese person would add those soup cans in there, a pun so bad that it borders on genius. (Click the image for the full size!)
The Aqua Teen Hunger Force version of the same poster as well as a comparison of the U.S. and Polish versions of a poster for Tootsie after the jump… VIEW THE FULL POST —►