27.04.09 by Jeff

Cinco!

Nice work from Cinco design studio. Buenos Aires.

cinco buenos aires design studio
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10.04.09 by Jeff

Nick Tassone

Some nice graphic work courtesy of Nick Tassone. Love this first one.

nick tassone graphic design designer
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09.04.09 by Jeff

Making Things Public

Beautiful work from design studio, Making Things Public. France.

making things public graphic type design studio france
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06.04.09 by Jeff

Blank Canvas!

Students at Ravensbourne College of Design in London have come up with an ingenious way to raise funds for their grad show, a project called Blank Canvas! Packages containing objects purchased in thrift shops were sent out to many of the students’ favourite designers and illustrators to act as blank canvases. The objects were customized by the recipients and sent back, and now the students are having an auction of the work on April 30th at the Vibe Bar on Brick Lane.

blank canvas Design for Moving Image Design Graphic Ravensbourne College

Not that impressed? Let me just rattle off a few of the 50+ artists/designers involved: Milton Glaser! Hellovon! Non-Format! Parra! Job Wouters! Andy J Miller! Julien Vallee! Alex Ostrowski! Stina Persson!

Head over to the Blank Canvas page to get on the guestlist if you want to attend the auction!

26.03.09 by Jeff

Cut&Paste Toronto / Free Tickets!

Cut&Paste hits Toronto on Saturday (Mar 28th) and I have two pairs of tickets to give away! The event starts at 6:30pm at Sound Academy (11 Polson Street). For those that don’t know, Cut&Paste is a live digital design tournament that tours around from city to city.

cut&paste toronto

The first two people to leave a comment on this post asking for the tickets will get them. Only request the tickets if you live in the Toronto area and plan to go!

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24.03.09 by Jeff

Nigel Evan Dennis

Graphic work by Nigel Evan Dennis.

nigel evan dennis graphic design illustration illustrator
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16.03.09 by Jeff

Motoi Yamamoto

Theme Magazine has kindly hooked me up with a subscription to their publication and if they hadn’t I might not have come across the amazing work of Motoi Yamamoto! Yamamoto uses salt to create large, insanely detailed, floor patterns. Pick up Theme (issue 18) to see way better photos of his work, and to read how he relates his work to keeping a diary.

motoi yamamoto theme magazine salt design artist art

motoi yamamoto theme magazine salt design artist art

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13.03.09 by Jeff

If you’ve never shown your work…

…this is for you! Dominique Wilson and Rowen Frazer are making a zine! I’ll let you read for yourself!

no show submission call dominique wilson rowen frazer

What a rad idea! Tell your friends, spread the word! Email submissions to: submit[at]noshow.org