22.04.15 by Jeff

Jee Hwang


Paintings by New York-based artist Jee Hwang. Found via our April Reader Submissions post. More images below.

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22.04.15 by Jeff

David Theron


Drawings and paintings by artist David Theron. Found via the April Reader Submissions post. More images below.

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21.04.15 by Zach Tutor

Alex Garant


I’m in love with these paintings of double visioned, multi-eyed women by Alex Garant who lives and works in Toronto, Canada.  You can see more of her beautiful work below.

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21.04.15 by Jeff

Video of the Day: “El Pescador” by Eliot Rausch


Director Eliot Rausch translates a classic story about being content (albeit one that I’d somehow never heard before) into an effective short film. Gorgeous work here by the director of photography, Ben Loeb, everything thing he shoots is flawless. Enjoy “El Pescador” below.

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21.04.15 by Kory Kingsley

Houston Cofield


Fantastic photographs by Chicago based, photographer Houston Cofield. Take a look at more of his work below.

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21.04.15 by Jeff

How To Get Noticed: Steal Work from Sagmeister & Walsh

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Every young designer coming out of school today faces the same problem: How do I get noticed? Well, three gentlemen from a studio in Barcelona called Achos! decided their best bet was to steal work from some of their idols, award-winning design studio Sagmeister & Walsh, whose website famously uses an overhead camera and floor mats from the studio as a menu system.

Creative Review was the first to report the robbery, posting the images above showing the thieves lifting the word “work” off of Sagmeister & Walsh’s studio floor. The studio tweeted their deep sadness about the whole thing, which was retweeted 98 times.

The genius of this whole thing is that Sagmeister & Walsh was never robbed, and Creative Review never even wrote about it; it was all a lie. Achos! actually staged the robbery. They told me the found a similar room to re-create the Sagmeister studio (Danny Ocean style) but I believe this is also a lie, upon closer inspection of the images above, it appears to be a decent photoshop job. One thing they definitely did do was create a clever fake version of Creative Review’s website (.info instead of .co.uk) to report their stunt. The header of the fake CR Blog links back to the real CR Blog so it’s really effective, have a closer look here.


Sagmeister & Walsh were good sports about the stunt, playing along, and even temporarily covering up the word “work” from their website. It all concluded last week when Jessica Walsh spoke with Timothy Goodman in Barcelona and the Achos! gang showed up and returned her “work” to her.

So that’s one way to get noticed.


20.04.15 by Jeff

New York-Based Painter Ida Badal


The world seen from above, paintings by New York-based artist Ida Badal. More works below.

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20.04.15 by Jeff

Empty Film Posters With the Movie Titles and Main Subjects Removed


There’s something strangely satisfying about these film posters with the main titles and subjects completely erased, by French art director Madani Bendjellal. Chances are you’ll be able to easily recognize them all! More images below.

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