30.11.08 by Jeff

Blu in Berlin!

Blu returns to Berlin and leaves a considerable mark! This piece is enormous! You may recall that Muto piece he created (which remains one of the best things I have ever seen on the internet).

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Watch a great video of him painting this gigantic mural in Berlin, below:

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28.11.08 by Jeff

Erika Svensson

Beautiful photography by Sweden-based, Erika Svensson.

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28.11.08 by Jeff

Laurent Perbos

Came across some work by Laurent Perbos that I thought was pretty funny. I remember back at artschool my friend Dave installed a ping pong table in the concourse gallery. The great thing about it was he made the table incredibly skinny to fit a tiny gap (only a few inches) between the wall and the hand rail for the staircase. Had a net, paddles, everything – this instantly reminded me of that.

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26.11.08 by Jeff

Raoul Gatepin

Some nice snaps by Brooklyn-based photographer, Raoul Gatepin.

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26.11.08 by Jeff

Ivana Martinovic

Ivana Martinovic passed me a link to her design portfolio and I’m glad she did. I especially like these embroideries that were created for a series of wine labels. Beautiful work.

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25.11.08 by Jeff

Patrick Leger

Crispy illustrations outta North Carolina’s Patrick Leger. He nails that vintage look. I found Leger’s work over on my new favourite site, Made In England.

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24.11.08 by Jeff

Heiko Mueller

Wonderfully creepy and just plain strange artwork of Hamburg-based, Heiko Mueller. I love this first drawing the most.

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21.11.08 by Jeff

Hand to Hand / People of Many

I recently contributed a photo to a wonderful project called, Hand to Hand. A whole bunch of really talented people donated images to be turned into postcards and sold by donation at shops around town. 100% of the proceeds go towards People of Many, a non-profit, literacy outreach program.

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Heather sent all the contributors this great little book as a thank you for participating. I was happily surprised to find my work sitting along side another friend of mine – James Nizam.

Hit “more” for the full list of contributing artists and locations to pickup the postcards.

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