_first thing we thought when we saw Daniel Diggle‘s website: this guy’s British!
_on sock-knocking and Brazilian publicações artesanais à instalações gráficas: Base-V
_why do we keep bumping into Cerotrees‘ website? What do you want from us?
_happy weekend everybody! have some beautiful illustrations by Deanna Halsall for your travels!
_is Chen Zhuo in continental China or abroad?
_the series “Corporate Franchise Architecture and the National Landscape” is something you should definitely... Read More »
_say YES to Cincinnati !
_here “Motherland” means India, India and contemporary arts.
_corrupt images like this one and more at Pekka Niittyvirta‘s portfolio website.
_what a way to finish today’s work: Matt Lipps cuts!
_as simple and effective as B&W and Futura: Jason Drakeford.
_never too early to talk about night and light: Klara Källström.
_ha! Jirayu Koo! we meet again! and once again, we adore your work!
_patterns, “tasteful neon” and the art of surface patterns. Hello Kirath Ghundoo.
_his name is Don Bob Thompson.
_the kind of amazing stuff that we found in our e-mail: Mikko Rantanen.
_hey Jude (of Starkville, MS)!
_four words: the geometry of pasta.
_where have we seen Artemio’s gun-mandalas before?
_memory’s incomplete anyways, so look at these painted snapshots of Nadir Figueroa Mena‘s Medellin.
_”in early 1971 Sun Ra was artist-in-residence at University of California, Berkeley, teaching a course... Read More »
_free online lectures might be the David to the university system’s Goliath. Or so... Read More »
_among the freakiest portfolio websites we have seen in a while: Matthew Ronay.
_free typography Friday! today: Matilde Font, with a free patterns and frames set!
_this is “a video report on data visualization as a storytelling medium“, produced... Read More »
_I may be enjoying browsing inPRNT! way too much. (ooo… posters!)
_monsters and critters and Fritz Bol from France
_absurdly cute octopus alert. Scott Benson makes this, and also… animates it.
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