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_we can’t help falling in love with the branding for Toronto’s Power Plant contemporary art gallery.


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_motion graphics wunderkind Joshua Catalano was born in Landerneau (where Breton is still spoken!), and is now based in Paris.


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_being a TED Fellow has been without a doubt one of the most important experiences... Read More »


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_ as you gear up for turkey gobbling, consider the lovely printed matter. The FPO Awards... Read More »


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_it was done over a decade ago, but we’re still completely in love with the Mended Spiderweb project... Read More »


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_as simple as possible: Larissa Kasper lives in Zurich and studies visual communication. She’s also a good... Read More »


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_we’re digging Jae Rhim Lee’s TED Talk on her Read More »


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_we’re late to this funeral but mourning none the less: Colophon is officially over.

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_last week at the TXContemporary we met the lovely folks behind Cosmocosa‘s art space in... Read More »


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_before you go to sleep: Joan Saló.


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_busy week for Mario Wagner: yesterday he published a new website and on Monday announced a... Read More »


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_our dear Nathan Rothstein sends word of his latest project, in which “people raise money for the... Read More »


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_artist Hidenori Mitsue shows who’s boss.


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_today we met some fine folks from Austin Beerworks. Be sure to check out their rad website... Read More »


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_magazines worth taking home: Lucky Peach, by Momofuku‘s David Chang.

 


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_you know you’re a fffound nerd, when you start talking about images as if they were... Read More »


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_we WANT: Lufthansa + Graphic Design by Jens Müller and Karen Weiland (via Read More »


_679

_spending time in Europe this fall? The Curators Network might be an interesting resource for you.

 

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_trust us, you’re going to love this song / video: Max Romeo‘s Protest to Read More »


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_it has been a while since our last free typography Friday, but we’re back with the amazing Read More »


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_”this is my website, there are many like it, but this one is mine” Yes, we really like... Read More »


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_word of the day at the Gopher HQ: rigmarole! Wonder what is NOT a rigmarole? Michael Bojkowski‘s Read More »


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_we’re sure you have seen it already, but in case you haven’t: Stephen Tillmans Read More »


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_”the Isolated Building Studies are the visual confluence of my interests in urban dynamism, socioeconomic inequality and photography. By... Read More »


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_Libya! Monday and Islam Zawawi.

 

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_obsessions we share: Mohican, Tomsk, Ruwe, Conté, Pyramid and 141 other... Read More »


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_there’s not a lot of information on Si-Chan Park out there: he was a student of... Read More »


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_one of our favorite typefaces of the year: YWFT S3 by Norrasak Ramasute, from Thailand.

 

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_the impenetrable mind (and website) of Joshua Kolbo.


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_the RE-tooling program “considers the most relevant methods for supporting knowledge development” with an emphasis in residencies. Collab... Read More »


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_today we bumped into an article titled “Matthias Hoch – To the Beat of the Techno-Systems“,  after... Read More »


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_together, hard at work: Richard Perez made this beautiful artwork for the second installement... Read More »


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_today a post for the Spanish-speaking crowd: Blanca Haddad is not only one of our dearest friends,... Read More »


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_what’s up with Glasgow this week? Sandy Smith lives in NYC now but G-city is all over... Read More »


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_even if we couldn’t even begin to imagine how Genadii Berёzkin‘s name is pronounced, we like his work.

 

 

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_661

_we like Freytag‘s photography, but we adore Berg Design‘s brochures. Is this how Glasgow looks like?


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_the new edition of Ácido Surtido is out now, the theme... Read More »


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_”how can we avoid fictionalising this reality?” This and other uncomfortable questions, present in the work of portuguese photographer... Read More »


_658

_sad news for the design world: Alex Steinweiss died today.


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_today we had a lovely chat with Devon Dikeou, founder of the mammoth-size Zing Magazine.


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_illustrator Karan Singh runs the beautiful Pig Bimpin’ blog from his homebase in... Read More »


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_today we had a blast watching Shohei Shigematsu‘s architecture talk at TED Global, also... Read More »


_653

_Amilcar sent word about this VBS vid shot in Caracas, which is the perfect way... Read More »


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_designer Adam Parks have been making Illuminated Mixtapes for four years now, each... Read More »


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_in Mexico we trust: Javier García has some great work.


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_we just found out about Wrap Magazine, a quarterly designed to be used as wrapping paper... Read More »


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_” examines humans’ relationship to land formations of cultural construction, namely that of the ‘border’ and/or ‘wall’[... Read More »


_648

_aaand we’re back! After a crazy week working on the release party of our second volume, we’re... Read More »


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_”…when he painted The Kiss Klimt was 45 and still lived at home with his mother... Read More »


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_if planning to delve into the Texas art scene, look no further than Might Be Good... Read More »


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_we don’t know what to like most: Ben Pieratt‘s logos or the amazing projects that carry... Read More »


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_applications for the TED Fellows Program are open again! Deadline is July 25th, so check out... Read More »


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_you, Suzy Poling, caught our attention as soon as you said these words: “photographs of mental... Read More »


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_and since we’re talking about Barça: our buddies at No-Domain rock the motion / print / audio... Read More »


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_after a little over a year without activity, the Rojo® Artspace Barcelona is back! They’re presenting... Read More »


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_last week we went to the amazing exhibition of Claire Falkenberg at Read More »


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_his personal site reads “this site will return in a new mutant form at an unspecified date”, in other... Read More »


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_for those of you who enjoy a Dwell-like life : the... Read More »


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_it reads: “Torbjørn Rødland is to photography what the Pet Shop Boys are to pop music: a... Read More »


_636

_Layflat folks send word: they’re releasing two amazing artist book editions [Dune... Read More »


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_we were looking for dotted lines and 8-bit chutzpah and we found Melvin Galapon.


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_one of the most amazing features we’ve ever seen in a portfolio website: Paul Sahre‘s “regrets” include... Read More »


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_tumblr Tuesday time: Non-Clickable Item is a visual goodie bag


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_school may just be too cool for you, thanks to some magicking by Dietwee for Hogeschool Utrecht

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_looking for something beautiful to hang in our office walls: Kellie Talbot‘s typographic paintings definitely make... Read More »


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_if you feel like you must download something today, download McNair Evans‘ photography portfolio zine [... Read More »


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_the url says longliveanalog, but Chad Kouri‘s work means much more than that.


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_we know he’s a superstar already, but we wanted to end the week on a high note: Read More »


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_it reads: “Colma is the only city in the United States where the dead outnumber the living. Cemeteries make... Read More »


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_take that, stupid Ikea shelves: Andreas Gysin and Sidi Vanetti.


_624

_from (early 20th Century) Japan, with love. And awesome.


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_today we published a brief recap of some of the stuff we’re working on, do check it at the... Read More »


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_”my first foley kit” and “how to run an airport” are among some of the works art-directed by  Read More »


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_it reads: “George Boorujy attended the University of Miami in order to pursue a career as... Read More »


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_ending the week with a bit of colorful sound and vision: Moonwalk Films.


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_”Adrienne Miller is a Nashville-based artist whose work deals with themes of secrets, memory, and shared... Read More »


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_a public service announcement for our dear readers in Brooklyn: world-famous Two Arms Inc. is a neighbor of... Read More »


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_we’re doing two collaborative projects at the Fusebox Festival 2011, one of them is with Read More »


_616

_in honor of the breadless wonder-week that rhymes with flassover: Psychedelic Judaism brings the tunes.


_615

_tomorrow is Record Store Day! Support your local shops!


_614

_week’s almost over and Richard Wood‘s all over our office.


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_truth be told, we don’t remember who told us about Maria Theresa Keown‘s work!


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_why we love mail: today we got to know the work of Sergio Membrillas, illustrator extraordinaire.

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_VW must be one of our favorite sculptures by Giles Round. Period.


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_our beloved Senior Designer Alexander Wright was featured in Design Work Life! also, he... Read More »


_608

_trying to do some illustrations, failing miserably, envying Gary Taxali.


_607

_tough times for the Prada-Marfa installation by Michael Elmgreen and Ingar Dragse.

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_606

_music Monday and the press release says it all: tropical bass tunes for ya’ll – Sunsplash.


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_once a month, free typography Friday, this time: Hyperbola by Tarin Yuangtrakul [ via Read More »


_603

_now that days are sunnier we long for some Yukata Sone around us.


_602

_remember that soccer team we mentioned about a month ago? We’ll it also has painter Christa... Read More »


_601

_on the word windows and its many meanings: Taiyo Onorato + Nico Krebs.


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_our new Thursday hero: Jessica Walsh


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_a must-read rejection letter: from editor Brian Doyle via  Read More »


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_that thing about March and color: Todd Chilton.



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Tumblin’

Visual deliciousness, it’s what’s cookin’ at out TUMBLR page.

_698

_we can’t help falling in love with the branding for Toronto’s Power Plant contemporary art gallery.

_697

_motion graphics wunderkind Joshua Catalano was born in Landerneau (where Breton is still spoken!), and is now based in Paris.