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14th October

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



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16th July

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



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16th July

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



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28th November

_being a TED Fellow has been without a doubt one of the most important experiences we have ever had here at the Gopher. Applications are now open, so fill the application and lets meet up in Edinburgh in the



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22nd November

_ as you gear up for turkey gobbling, consider the lovely printed matter. The FPO Awards Book is available for pre-order now!



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16th November

_it was done over a decade ago, but we’re still completely in love with the Mended Spiderweb project by Nina Katchadourian. “In the forest and around the house where I was living, I searched for broken spiderwebs which I …



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15th November

_as simple as possible: Larissa Kasper lives in Zurich and studies visual communication. She’s also a good friend of Rosario Floro‘s.



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11th November

_we’re digging [ no pun intended ] Jae Rhim Lee’s TED Talk on her Infinity Burial Project, an alternative for the postmortem body. In other news, a sky burial sounds beautiful, but the images prove otherwise.



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8th November

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



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24th October

_last week at the TXContemporary we met the lovely folks behind Cosmocosa‘s art space in Buenos Aires.



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21st October

_before you go to sleep: Joan Saló.



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19th October

_busy week for Mario Wagner: yesterday he published a new website and on Monday announced a couple of exhibitions featuring his work.



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18th October

_our dear Nathan Rothstein sends word of his latest project, in which “people raise money for the cause they care about by selling their used clothing.” Interested? Contact them at buymyne@gmail.com



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17th October

_artist Hidenori Mitsue shows who’s boss.



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12th October

_today we met some fine folks from Austin Beerworks. Be sure to check out their rad website and overall stunning image, created by Helms Workshop.



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11th October

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

 



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10th October

_as the week starts we wonder what Rivane Neuenschwander is up to.

 



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19th September

_you know you’re a fffound nerd, when you start talking about images as if they were household names. Sarah Illenberger, you have made us err more than once.



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16th September

_we WANT: Lufthansa + Graphic Design by Jens Müller and Karen Weiland (via Grain Edit).

 



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15th September

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

 



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14th September

_trust us, you’re going to love this song / video: Max Romeo‘s Protest to M1, remixed by Pacheko, video by GIB.

 



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9th September

_it has been a while since our last free typography Friday, but we’re back with the amazing Kirimomi Swash, developed in a collaboration by Néojaponisme (Fontspring) and Onitsuka Tiger.



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8th September

_”this is my website, there are many like it, but this one is mine” Yes, we really like Curtins Jinkins‘ portfolio (and he’s in Austin!)

 



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7th September

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

 



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6th September

_we’re sure you have seen it already, but in case you haven’t: Stephen TillmansLeuchtpunktordnungen series show cathode-ray-tube televisions being switched off.



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23rd August

_”the Isolated Building Studies are the visual confluence of my interests in urban dynamism, socioeconomic inequality and photography. By using uniform composition in photographs of buildings with no neighboring structures, I hope to draw attention to new ways of seeing …



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22nd August

_Libya! Monday and Islam Zawawi.

 



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18th August

_obsessions we share: Mohican, Tomsk, Ruwe, Conté, Pyramid and 141 other pencils, listed and photographed here.



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17th August

_there’s not a lot of information on Si-Chan Park out there: he was a student of Peter Bialobrzeski and has worked with the Lothar Albrecht gallery at Domstraße in Frankfurt. That’s pretty much it.



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16th August

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

 



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12th August

_the impenetrable mind (and website) of Joshua Kolbo.



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11th August

_the RE-tooling program “considers the most relevant methods for supporting knowledge development” with an emphasis in residencies. Collab programs include CCA Ujazdowski Castle, Akademie Schloss Solitude, FUTURA Centre for Contemporary Art, Gasworks and Botkyrka Konsthall [ via …



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10th August

_today we bumped into an article titled “Matthias Hoch – To the Beat of the Techno-Systems“,  after reading it we wanted more and more of Mr. Hoch.



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5th August

_together, hard at work: Richard Perez [ a.k.a. Skinny Ships ] made this beautiful artwork for the second installement of Jez BurrowsIn Radiolab We Trust series.



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4th August

_today a post for the Spanish-speaking crowd: Blanca Haddad is not only one of our dearest friends, she’s also the creator of the Caribe Contracorriente poetry series.



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3rd August

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

 



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2nd August

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

 

 



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1st August

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



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28th July

_the new edition of Ácido Surtido [ featuring a Gopher collab ] is out now, the theme is “pair” and is their 22nd issue!



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25th July

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



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20th July

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



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19th July

_last year the Association of Illustrators and Transport for London had a poster competition that was a major success [ just look at the sheer number of entries available on the interwebs ]. One of our favorites entries was by …



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18th July

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



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14th July

_illustrator Karan Singh runs the beautiful Pig Bimpin’ blog from his homebase in Melbourne, Australia [ on the image, Matt W. Moore ].



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12th July

_today we had a blast watching Shohei Shigematsu‘s architecture talk at TED Global, also in the news today: problems at Zaha Hadid’s Guangzhou Opera House project [ image vía World Architecture News ].



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8th July

_Amilcar sent word about this VBS vid shot in Caracas, which is the perfect way to kick off the weekend.



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7th July

_designer Adam Parks [ a.k.a. Gigawatt Design ] have been making Illuminated Mixtapes for four years now, each one with an original illustrated cover.



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6th July

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



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5th July

_we just found out about Wrap Magazine, a quarterly designed to be used as wrapping paper for gifts! In related news: today is the birthday of our lovely co-editor Michu Benaim!



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30th June

_”[ this work ] examines humans’ relationship to land formations of cultural construction, namely that of the ‘border’ and/or ‘wall’[ … ] the project is a series of public performances, assembled into video works, and a series of landscape paintings …



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29th June

_aaand we’re back! After a crazy week working on the release party of our second volume, we’re finally back at the studio. Wednesdays are the new Mondays, and Torbjørn Rødland still looks cool.



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20th June

_”…when he painted The Kiss Klimt was 45 and still lived at home with his mother and two unmarried sisters – but behind the respectable facade he was a man with a ferocious sexual appetite.” Another take on Der Kuss: …



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16th June

_if planning to delve into the Texas art scene, look no further than Might Be Good [ pictured: the non-Texan Setareh Shahbazi ].



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14th June

_we don’t know what to like most: Ben Pieratt‘s logos or the amazing projects that carry them: The Lunch League, The Ministry of Imagery, ReadyMech. Yep.



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13th June

_applications for the TED Fellows Program are open again! Deadline is July 25th, so check out the application process as soon as possible.



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9th June

_you, Suzy Poling, caught our attention as soon as you said these words: “photographs of mental asylums and shipwrecks”.



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8th June

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



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7th June

_after a little over a year without activity, the Rojo® Artspace Barcelona is back! They’re presenting Valero Doval‘s Hidden Compositions series and we couldn’t be more thrilled!



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6th June

_last week we went to the amazing exhibition of Claire Falkenberg at Champion Gallery, kudos on the great work!



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31st May

_his personal site reads “this site will return in a new mutant form at an unspecified date”, in other words: Wyeth Hansen is part of Labour NYC now.



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27th May

_for those of you who enjoy a Dwell-like life [ and also speak German ]: the Ripollés-Manrique house, by architect Teo Hidalgo Nácher [ via Studio 5555 ].



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25th May

_it reads: “Torbjørn Rødland is to photography what the Pet Shop Boys are to pop music: a master of the delicately orchestrated clichée overload”



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24th May

_Layflat folks send word: they’re releasing two amazing artist book editions [Dune and Visible Library]. You can preorder them now!



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23rd May

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



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19th May

_one of the most amazing features we’ve ever seen in a portfolio website: Paul Sahre‘s “regrets” include missplaced inch marks, un-printable silkscreen posters and even a diaphragm inserter on a photo shoot.



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17th May

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



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16th May

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



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12th May

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



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11th May

_if you feel like you must download something today, download McNair Evans‘ photography portfolio zine [ here! ].



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9th May

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



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6th May

_we know he’s a superstar already, but we wanted to end the week on a high note: Mike Perry.



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5th May

_it reads: “Colma is the only city in the United States where the dead outnumber the living. Cemeteries make up 73% of the city’s land.” – images by Mark Mahaney.



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3rd May

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



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2nd May

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



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27th April

_today we published a brief recap of some of the stuff we’re working on, do check it at the TED Fellows blog!



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26th April

_”my first foley kit” and “how to run an airport” are among some of the works art-directed by Lukas Muellner.



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25th April

_it reads: “George Boorujy attended the University of Miami in order to pursue a career as a marine biologist. Appropriately, in 1996 he received a BFA degree in painting.”



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22nd April

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



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21st April

_”Adrienne Miller is a Nashville-based artist whose work deals with themes of secrets, memory, and shared personal experience.” says here.



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20th April

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



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19th April

_we’re doing two collaborative projects at the Fusebox Festival 2011, one of them is with La Sombra Restaurant and you can try it already! [ more info on the other one next week ]



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18th April

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



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15th April

_tomorrow is Record Store Day! Support your local shops!



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14th April

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



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13th April

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



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12th April

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



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11th April

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



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8th April

_our beloved Senior Designer Alexander Wright was featured in Design Work Life! also, he overhauled his website so do check it out!



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7th April

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



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6th April

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



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4th April

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



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1st April

_once a month, free typography Friday, this time: Hyperbola by Tarin Yuangtrakul [ via FT ].



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31st March

_first we learned that Louise Fili, Steven Heller and Lita Talarico are organizing a workshop in typography and design history in Rome and Venice, then we found out that, at $6,700, it doesn’t come cheap.



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30th March

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



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29th March

_remember that soccer team we mentioned about a month ago? We’ll it also has painter Christa Palazzolo as one of their teammates!



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28th March

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



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25th March

_from Bethlehem, PA to Brooklyn, NY: David Brandon Geeting.



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24th March

_our new Thursday hero: Jessica Walsh [ amazing art director! ]



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23rd March

_a must-read rejection letter: from editor Brian Doyle [ University of Portland Magazine ] via Tracy Mueller.



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21st March

_that thing about March and color: Todd Chilton.



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18th March

_first thing we thought when we saw Daniel Diggle‘s website: this guy’s British!



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17th March

_it is our opinion that Adam Sorensen should make the artwork for Rita Indiana‘s albums.



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16th March

_it’s March, you’re in Honolulu and you bump into “Comforter” by Geoffrey Chadsey: do you keep drinking?



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15th March

_staring at Scott Foldesi‘s work, not looking at the keyboard, feeling at home.



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14th March

_cant. stop. listening: police scanner and hypnotic drone music mashed up = you’re listening to Los Angeles.



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11th March

_free typography Friday! this time: Banda by the amazing Alex Frolov [Fontfirma]!



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10th March

_science that’s not about results, but rather about personalities and processes: Science, Upstream



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9th March

_today we remembered the work of photographer Jeff Chien-Hsing Liao, thanks to E-Flux for refreshing our memories!



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8th March

_on sock-knocking and Brazilian publicações artesanais à instalações gráficas: Base-V



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7th March

_why do we keep bumping into Cerotrees‘ website? What do you want from us?



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4th March

_happy weekend everybody! have some beautiful illustrations by Deanna Halsall for your travels!



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3rd March

_if being in NYC in the Spring is not enough reason to hop on a JFK-bound plane, then the Armory Show might help you decide.



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2nd March

_relief sculptures made using found photographs of the same place taken at different times: Abigail Reynolds.



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1st March

_today we were completely stunned by the work that Heatherwick Studio presented at TED, the seed cathedral is amazing!



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28th February

_the “Lions in Bangalore” series is definitely something we want to take a look at.



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25th February

_you Nicholas Feltron, should have some coffee with some Gopher Magazine editors that follow your blog. Soon.



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24th February

_coming back to America: “[ the term ] Ghost Riding involves walking or dancing alongside a car while a vehicle is still moving” – videoart by Timo Bredenberg.



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23rd February

_the GridLondon’s “Takeaway Box” is one of the most amazing brochures we’ve sen in a while, do look!



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22nd February

_wow we just found out that we’re on a soccer team with the photographer Sarah Murphy!



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21st February

_hey is it me or we haven’t shared the link for the amazing Teleportal Reading series?



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18th February

_is Chen Zhuo in continental China or abroad?



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17th February

_the series “Corporate Franchise Architecture and the National Landscape” is something you should definitely see if you’re interested in contemporary USA.



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16th February

_say YES to Cincinnati !



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15th February

_our friend Estelle Hanania has a new book! This time it is about her Dondoro series and it’s published by the folks of Kaugummi.



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14th February

_probably you’ve seen this around, but in case you haven’t: the Grand Taxonomy of Rap Names by Pop Chart Lab.



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13th February

_here “Motherland” means India, India and contemporary arts.



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12th February

_corrupt images like this one and more at Pekka Niittyvirta‘s portfolio website.



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11th February

_do take a minute to check this amazing animation by Cédric Villain about stereotypes and France!



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11th February

_free typography Friday! : FTF Ahlan Ve Arabez by Fizzetica DepokAsiana.



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10th February

_finally we know who made the video that we saw at the Parc de Collserola in Barcelona! Javier Jaen!



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9th February

_do you know who moved into Alvin Lustig‘s studio in NYC after he passed away? Josef Müller-Brockmann!



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8th February

_Shane Lavalette’s excellent Lay Flat facebook page disappeared due to a glitch, do join the new iteration here!



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7th February

_music Monday indeed! listening once and again to Diamond Rings, specially this and this [ via Jess Sauer! ].



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3rd February

_the Gopher and its co-editor Lope Gutiérrez-Ruiz are featured in Wired Magazine!!! Awesome Thursday and kudos to Lope! Larger images here and here!



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2nd February

_what an amazing set of images: “El Pardo” by Carlos Sanva [ more to come in the next edition of the Gopher! ].



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1st February

_what a way to finish today’s work: Matt Lipps cuts!



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31st January

_”Darkness within Darkness” by Howard Fonda, we salute you.



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28th January

_and since yesterday was about music and being late: Sorry I’m Late by Thomas Mankovsky.



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27th January

_how is it possible that we’ve never recommended Ghostly International‘s amazing podcast, the Ghostlycast?



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26th January

_as simple and effective as B&W and Futura: Jason Drakeford.



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25th January

_the folks at House Industries have just put up a trailer for their upcoming documentary! Coud this be the next “Helvetica“? [ Hum! ]



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24th January

_the categories in Gina Tuzzi‘s portfolio website: drawings, paintings, projections, sculptures, beards.



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21st January

_free typography Friday! today: Roke 1984 by Juan Ramon Pastor (Wete), you can download it here.



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20th January

_things we do repeatedly: as soon as we enter a portfolio website we go to the “personal work” tab; today Johan Theeuwes.



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19th January

_so Bruce Nussbaum aks us: Is humanitarian design the new imperialism? What do you think?



_553

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18th January

_never too early to talk about night and light: Klara Källström.



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17th January

_and with the Monday, a couple of tunes under three minutes and over 45 years old: Chuck Willis [ 1956 ] and William Bell [ 1964 ].



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16th January

_slowly waking up and thinking about the legend of Ts’ang-chieh (仓颉) who created the Chinese script inspired by the movement of celestial bodies and living creatures.



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15th January

_ha! Jirayu Koo! we meet again! and once again, we adore your work!



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14th January

_free Typography Friday! : Soraya from the folks of Form Conspiracy.



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14th January

_have you ever been to I am a Thai Graphic Designer? We can’t remember where is their blog section!



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13th January

_besides being an amazing designer, Timba Smits is also an editor: he publishes the Wooden Toy Quarterly and is the brains behind the Lyrics and Type series.



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12th January

_patterns, “tasteful neon” and the art of surface patterns. Hello Kirath Ghundoo.



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11th January

_we’ve drooled over Ty Wilkins work before. Here’s some awesome new stuff!



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10th January

_we absolutely adore this clip of Marty Robbins singing Devil Woman [ and loathe this one by Bruce Willis singing the same song – sorry Bruce! ].



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7th January

_his name is Don Bob Thompson.



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5th January

_we don’t know where this is but word is Andrew Neyer‘s opening an artspace in Cincinnati



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4th January

_the kind of amazing stuff that we found in our e-mail: Mikko Rantanen.



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3rd January


_hey Jude (of Starkville, MS)!



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31st December

_what can you do with that old typewriter, you say? Write poems on it? What are you, a hundred and forty? Hey! So Keira Rathbone’s got an idea!



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30th December

_four words: the geometry of pasta.



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29th December

_this is awesome because we may or may not be guilty of making geometric patterns with our knick-knacks-



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28th December

_the London-based Sara de Bondt is much more than a graphic designer, sometimes she also co-curates exhibitions.



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27th December

_this series of a superhero grandmother by Sacha Goldberger is absolutely amazing (and greets you with “what? don’t you have anything better to do? — well, no, I will never have anything better to do ever again, grandma Mamika!)



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26th December

_hum, second time in less than a month that we follow a link straight to Adam Ellison‘s website. Is this some kind of plan that you are up to Mr. Ellison?



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25th December

_ now I kind of wish that all fashion editorials were drawn by the ladies at “Fashion from Old People”



_533

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24th December

_where have we seen Artemio’s gun-mandalas before?



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23rd December

_apparently developed by Place studios in Argentina, Sudamerica is a type with a message: Sudamerica no es Latina.



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22nd December

_free font Wednesday! this week: Color Lines by Anton Gridz.



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21st December

_memory’s incomplete anyways, so look at these painted snapshots of Nadir Figueroa Mena‘s Medellin.



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20th December

_”in early 1971 Sun Ra was artist-in-residence at University of California, Berkeley, teaching a course called “The Black Man In the Cosmos”… one half-hour of each class was devoted to a lecture, the other half-hour to an Arkestra performance



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19th December

_broadcastr, that brainchild of the folks at Electric Lit is launching tomorrow. Not gonna lie, kind of excited.



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17th December

_hey and since we’re talking about internet, if you have a friend in a country with internet censorship, send them the Alkasir browser [ made by our buddy Walid al-Saqaf! ] so he can circumvent censors.



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16th December

_one of the best projects we’ve seen in years: some friends are buying a satellite from a bankrupt company and using it to send free internet to the countries that need it the most.



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15th December

_”i hate perfume” says Christopher Brosius, so he’s bottling experiences. Like the smell of a Library, or Gathering Apples. He’s won awards.



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14th December

_free online lectures might be the David to the university system’s Goliath. Or so says The Telegraph.



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13th December

_we ended up with one of these postcard-sized prints by Rand Renfrow. Turns out, it’s Rand Renfrow’s card. Now look at his portfolio!



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11th December

_it’s no secret that we can’t wait to get Granta’s “Best of Young Spanish Novelists” (Best of Young Novelists Writing in Spanish” didn’t have quite the same ring to it, I guess). Until then, sneak a read at Conditions for



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10th December

_designer Matt Stevens told designers in Dallas to work for free last month. And probably other stuff too. Here’s the poster for the event.



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9th December

_obsessed? We’re not obsessed! Obsessed is such a strong word, man. (okay, we reeeally like Micah Lidberg)



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8th December

_the latest issue of Kaleidoscope just landed in our mailbox [ thanks Lili! ], we still can’t believe that this magazine is free.



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7th December

_”her art is both humorous and sentimental while exploring her love for nostalgia” – Lyndsey Lesh, on Lyndsey Lesh.



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6th December

_among the freakiest portfolio websites we have seen in a while: Matthew Ronay.



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5th December

_does anybody know what typography was used in the Great Western Studios website? we want it!



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4th December

_Eleanor Rudge is an illustrator based in Brighton blah blah, look pretty, colorful mountains say hello! Hello! Hello pretty mountains! (visit Eleanor’s site, for serious)



_514

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3rd December

_free typography Friday! today: Matilde Font, with a free patterns and frames set!



_513

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2nd December

_we stumbled upon these drawings from one mysterious Carl of BlackHarbor and this is his website



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1st December

_this is “a video report on data visualization as a storytelling medium“, produced during a 2009-10 Knight Fellowship.



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30th November

_I may be enjoying browsing inPRNT! way too much. (ooo… posters!)



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29th November

_we just can’t get over some of Helmo‘s images, the “pronomenades” series in particular.



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28th November

_reading our interview with Hanif Kureishi for the next edition of the magazine and remembering the Paisley design motif.



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27th November

ShadowScholar

_”I’m a hired gun, a doctor of everything, an academic mercenary.” there are academic ghostwriters? Shocking! Truly shocking! Never heard of such a thing! . (This guy is seriously prolific, though)



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26th November

FritzBol

_monsters and critters and Fritz Bol from France



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25th November

ChadKouri

_”this is a video created so I don’t have to have a Facebook page” – meet Chad Kouri of The Post Family



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24th November

featherproof

_not to judge a book by its cover, but some of these are beautiful! Check out Featherproof for more.



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23rd November

scottBenson

_absurdly cute octopus alert. Scott Benson makes this, and also… animates it.



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19th November

IainBurke

_a commentary on mythical-creature idiosyncrasy by Iain Burke (sounds like it should be a book, no?)



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16th November

burbia

_okay, we may be late to this party, but Burbia is for “hip suburbanites” and we, frankly, are neither. That said, we can’t stop laughing at their funny pictures section.



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15th November

Nrmal

_a few days back we wrote about This Gallery’s new show. And through them we found Eduardo Hernández Vaca’s project NRMAL. Click.



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14th November

Bookshelves

_for our 500th brief note, a barrage of bookshelves.



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13th November

BeardedLady

_we’re getting ready for the East Austin Studio Tour. BeardedLady, we’re certainly coming your way.



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12th November

ThisGallery

_This Gallery in Los Angeles just opened a Latin American Graphic Design show. If you’re around there, please go and tell us how it was!



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11th November

GUM

_Ben Wilson scours the streets of London with only one thing in mind: to transform the gum that everyday folks leave behind into fine art.



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10th November

Javier_Garcia

_”mmd” someone said yesterday: more mexican design, keep it coming indeed: Javier García.



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9th November

Lee

_eerie with an “r” and an “i” and a bunch of “e’s”: Lee Mawdsley.



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8th November

Andrew_Rutkowski

_we recently met with Andrew Rutkowski, designer who says howdy.



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8th November

mascot

_type Monday! : Lettercult and their amazing Alphabattles are almost at “Z”!



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6th November

FrancoisFleury

_time to stop at François Fleury‘s website and figure out what 1000 horizons means.



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5th November

Stefanie_Haslberger

_how is it possible that we have never featured work by Casiegraphics? hello S.!



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4th November

hiatus1

_and just when we were closing the laptop: Keith Davis Young.



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3rd November

Eleni_Kalorkoti

_she has lemurs on her website and we love her: Eleni Kalorkoti.



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2nd November

Lydia_Nichols

_we’re such fans of Lydia Nichols‘ work that we even follow her Hullo Lydia website, do visit!



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1st November

an-issue-of-a-magazine-series-called-japanese-german-therapy

_expect some spectacular images of Haikyo in the next edition of the Gopher, here’s one photographer that dwells in such a field: Abandoned Kansai.



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31st October

Antonio Mondragon

_among the portfolios throngs at Cargo Collective, one we had not checked yet: Antonio Mondragon.



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30th October

CRAYON

_thinking of building a bookshelf with all those crayons hanging around in your desk drawers? Dominic Wilcox teaches us how to.



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29th October

MACRO

_with incredible detail and killer music, the Macro Kingdom will amuse even the least sciency ones.



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28th October

WHALE

_Amberlee Rosolowich‘s whimsical illustrations, now showing at the Hespe Gallery! Hide, seek, click, and reminisce.



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27th October

TYPO

_awesome impromptu typography lesson right here. Oh, how we wish we could have it up on our wall!



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23rd October

BURNT

_taiwanese artist Pei-San Ng simply cannot resist the urge to burn down her art once it’s completed. Pyromaniacs, this one’s for you.



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22nd October

BUS

_who wouldn’t want to wait for hours at one of these cool bus stops located around the world?



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21st October

MURAL

_stop biting your tongue and go to Mural Locator, an easy-to-use tool that will make the lightbulb over your head turn on immediately.



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20th October

DEREK

_these amazing collage works have connected Derek Gores with some of the big names out there!



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18th October

Helmo

_colorful, elegant, french design; we love Helmo.



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17th October

ct

_CT’s graffiti work reminds us of Simon Bernheim’s wall project (via grainedit)



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16th October

LeandroCastelao

_illustration with “.ar” at the end: Leandro Castelao.



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15th October

FSG

_we visit once in a while but this week FSG’s Work in Progress blog seems to be in the zeitgeist. So you should visit too. Maybe.



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14th October

expulsion_02

_what happens when a splash of color takes on a life of its own? Melissa Marks knows!



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13th October

WeVolve

_it reads: Wevolve is a New York-based, future-oriented think-do tank that lives, breathes, studies, and drives the vanguard of socio-cultural change.



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12th October

Robert-Melee

_not exactly a young boy, but we just felt like showing this image anyway. We’re talking about Robert Melee.



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11th October

I-Love-Dust

_the week starts and we found out that I Love Dust is the studio responsible for those amazing covers for The Ride Journal.



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10th October

0845781272843818

_we’re cooking up a surprise with Jorge Artola.



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9th October

BarbaraNoah

_it just feels like a no-hostage situation: Barbara Noah.



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8th October

Denitia

_yesterday, we were rescued by a taxi driver who adorably plugged his kid-sister’s music project – successfully, clearly. Denitia Odigie, we’d love to see you live!



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7th October

Andres Requena

_finding “printspiration” in Andrés Requena’s paper miscellanea.



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6th October

MattConnors

_wondering about Matt Connors, digitally reminiscing about this show



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5th October

JoeKievitt

_what’s in the water in Portland, Maine? Joe Kievitt is making us want to visit.



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4th October

GustavDejert

_as The Gopher was finding a new home in Austin, Gustav Dejert struck a chord.



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3rd October

enternow2

_only twelve days left if you are from South America / Asia / Europe and want to enter the Cut & Paste competition.



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2nd October

FluentCollaborative

_it reads: “I always feel that the margins tell you more than the center of the page ever could” – Fluent~Collaborative.



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1st October

Malgache

_the Malgache Art Collection is a project “gone out of control” by designer Yanko Tsvetkov



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30th September

coverstranded

_some days ago we ran into the inimitable Andrew Losowsky and he showed us the goods: if you haven’t seen STRANDED you should go get one now.



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28th September

4315387760_c6127f0b17

_minerals well worth a look: Carly Waito.



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27th September

cakecover

_two days in Austin and we have already seen the book “I was told there’d be cake” by Sloane Crosley three times.



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26th September

Austin

_and now we’re in Austin! if you’re in the city and want to meet up for coffee / drink / burrito, just drop us a line!



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25th September

2

_two days ago we mentioned Grant Willing, ends up he had an exhibition at the very interesting Preteen Gallery.



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24th September

_would somebody tell us how can we get in contact with Marta Marcé?

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_would somebody tell us how can we get in contact with Marta Marcé?



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23rd September

08

_”Grant Willing” must be a very interesting name to have as an artist.



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22nd September

2007-03

_is oil on canvas: Lee Price.



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20th September

1_hmi

_this is M. Hendra Permana‘s Journal of Visual Perception.



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19th September

diamond_sm

_seriously, Micah Lidberg must have the craziest brain.



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18th September

toroctopus-javierjaen_the world-famous toroctopus was created by Javier Jaén Benavides.



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17th September

1_picture-8

_we saw only one photograph and decided to post it: Trevor Burks [ but he’s actually an illustrator! ].



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16th September

bestformen-v1-03

_on vintage magazines for men: Stag Mags.



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15th September

Barking_Central_London_008

_some of the projects at Building for Life 2010 made us want to kiss our computer screen.



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14th September

4699037171_313d016ea2_b

_truth be told, we don’t know much about Matthew Lyons.



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13th September

ny

_hello NYC ! we just arrived in the city [ after a looooong delay in Miami ] and would love to see you all newyorkerites! so feel free to drop us a line if you’re in NYC and want to …



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12th September

Bilderklub

_and since we’re a talking about Gallery Hanahou why not mention that they had an exhibition by Berlin-based experimental platform Bilderklub?



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11th September

Stina

_just a couple of days ago Stina Persson opened her exhbition Perfectly Flawed at Gallery Hanahou @ NYC.



_442

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10th September

Takashi

_beyond the idea of Tokyo and traffic: Takashi Katayama.



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9th September

UnclaimedBaggage

_ever wonder where all those lonely orphan suitcases at the airport go? To Alabama’s Unclaimed Baggage Center, of course!



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8th September

AmyMartino

_behind this Atypica magazine cover: New York based Amy Martino (a.k.a Yellow Bird Machine)



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7th September

CDRyan

_from the mind – and busy hands – of Christopher David Ryan (who is also behind Atmostheory)



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6th September

FerociousQuarterly

_have we mentioned we love magazines? Ferocious Quarterly, get in mah belleeeh!



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5th September

ErinHanson

_this is like parents’ gentle colorful nagging – or as Erin Hanson puts it “childish treatment for childish behavior”



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4th September

Suburbia

_add to the pile of incredibly interesting: suburbia is the answer? (from Foreign Policy)



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3rd September

creature

_we love Laurel Sparks‘ chandeliers made with marble dust, glitter and pom-poms.



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2nd September

1

_if you’re in Barcelona and the beautiful city doesn’t make you happy enough, fill your bottle with some Happy Pills



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1st September

Victoria_Haven_002

_new month and Victoria Haven.



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31st August

dhub

_our in-house-trickster Marc Caellas mentions the Disseny Hub Barcelona in the first edition of the Gopher, Kobi Benezeri designed its logo.



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30th August

Electrofist

_as a follow-up of the previous post about the times of yore: electrofist circa 1957, vía Mister Asta.



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29th August

JJ_Cromer

_a couple of years ago we went to this event called the Intuit Show @ Chicago, there we heard J. J. Cromer‘s name for the first time; now we pass that name to you.



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28th August

Arc_Magazine

_does Arc Magazine have something to do with Griskevicius Jurgis? [ via Magculture ].



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27th August

Harvard_Museum

_the amazing folks at 2×4 created the image for the Harvard Museums that we like so much, but also the one for the Brooklyn Museum which we don’t fancy that much.



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26th August

Lars_Breuer

_and this is Lars Breuer, he and Konsortium share links.



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25th August

Konsortium

_this is Konsortium- Dusseldorf.



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24th August

Tim_Davis

_born in Malawi, lives and works in New York, NY: Tim Davis.



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23rd August

DPP_0001

_ Noemie Goudal builds and navigates immaginary cascades and rivers



_423

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22nd August

Brownbook_002

_when someone says the word “Redman” we really don’t want to think about Wu Tang Clan: Craig Redman.



_422

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21st August

DPP_0001

_there’s a different kind of vie en rose according to Richard Mosse‘s infrared photographs



_421

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20th August

Becc_Orszag

_on foreign names and art we love: Becc Orszag reminds us our good friend Aquiles Hadjis.



_420

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19th August

DPP_0001

_Andrew Miksys got us all nostalgic with his Buses’ windows. Damn.



_419

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18th August

ignaciomendez

_why hello there, come here often? Ignacio Mendez, stop flirting with us.



_418

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17th August

de las sombras, Boffelli

_Pablo Boffelli will probably make you laugh here and here.



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16th August

_haven’t you heard that eskimos have many words for snow? Proof that language shapes your experience of things (via the Wall Street Journal)


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15th August

Youngna Park, Bolivia1

_from Brooklyn Youngna Park shows us an intimate view of La Paz, Cochabamba and Salar de Uyuni



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14th August

LocalsAndTourists

_this series by Eric Fisher plays right into our obsessive nerve: “Locals and Tourists” maps tourist photos in red and locals’ photos in blue for hangout maps around the world.



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13th August

Davies, Untitled

_come visit Outerland, a place secretly discovered by Allison Davies



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12th August

weshallsee

_another incredible UK based designer: Christopher Gray and his “We Shall See” website



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11th August

Nakagawa, Ginkgo

_enjoy Gaku Nakagawa



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9th August

75 Sudhoff

_Sarah Sudhoff is not afraid of making you uncomfortable



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8th August

wemadethis

_UK design firm We Made This created an ingenious promotional piece in passport format.



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7th August

EG2

_good thing Emmanuel Gutiérrez finds time between his work and his music to bring us some Costa Rican color



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6th August

HollyWales

_Let’s hear it for Holly Wales!



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5th August

Amanda James1

_photographer Amanda James sure makes us want to meet her grandma



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4th August

katejenkins

_if we were made of fabric, this is what we’d eat – crochet food by Kate Jenkins



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3rd August

Fish beard

_Julie Morstad’s marvelous drawings and illustrations deserve your inmediate attention. Go. Now.



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2nd August

Peter Slight

_Peter Slight is an artist and illustrator working on his first children’s book.



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1st August

Brewerton, Cloud over the North Pennines

_we knew Glyn Brewerton as a great illustrator, but we admit we are new to his charcoal drawings



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31st July

valentinaAlvarado

_our dear friend Valentina Alvarado does all kinds of things with paint and photos.



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30th July

Herfort, Free work

_our second Russian photographer this week. Frank Herfort brings us refreshing images on these sunny summer days



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29th July

Ivan C

_hello Ivan!



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28th July

Perongeluk Telephone

_meat media were used on Rutger de Vries’s  Part of me series  (vegetarians abstain)



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27th July

JessAtkinson

_Jess Atkinson’s series NO! is “is a plasticine illustration about a little creature who discovered he can only communicate his thoughts with others by telepathically having his limbs severed to spell it out”



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26th July

Marocco

_ok, ok, we got a little distracted from usual monday’s rush by looking at Olya Ivanova‘s photographs. Now, back to work!



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25th July

Chris Vitas

_we’re digging Chris Vitas’ unexhibited exhibition “Cartographik



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23rd July

mattlyon

_render the imagination geometric with Matt Lyon’s work



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22nd July

Hannah Stourfer

_ armed with ink and paper, Hannah Stouffer faces “”the inevitable oppositions between love, lust and gore, decadence, wrath and fate”



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21st July

JosefSchulz

_Tollhouses never looked this good.



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20th July

Grosse3

_Katharina Grosse knows of course no roofs, no walls, no surfaces limiting her mountains of powder and spreaded colors



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19th July

Marie Louise Emmerman

_wonderful collage work: The Skizzomat Diary by Marie Louise Emmerman



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18th July

Uceda's Portland Bigfoot

_we can’t help but smiling while looking at Santiago Uceda‘s fabulous drawings



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17th July

dispatchwork

_repair it? Folks at Dispatchwork do it with Legos.



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16th July

Morgan. Conciousness

_Justin Gray Morgan brings us buddhist skateboards (we’d volunteer to try one!) and wondering digital gorillas



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15th July

JudithAnnBraun

_if the concept of ‘fingering a wall’ sounds weird to you, let your mind be further blown by Judith Ann Braun‘s graphite-charged work.



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14th July

DPP_0004

_Caracha! Luke Gilford’s projects aim to answer really trascendental questions



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13th July

BetsyWalton

_Betsy Walton‘s imaginative creations entertain our sleep-deprived eyes this morning and make us long for drea…m…y… dre…am…s…



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12th July

grafik

_we’re probably late to these news but we’re sad to see grafik magazine go.



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11th July

UnderwaterBaseJump

_our love for diving and the underwater world makes us go crazy over Guillaume Néry and Julie Gautier’s Base Jump video.



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10th July

ChrisVonSzombathy

_really amazing work by Chris von Szombathy



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10th July

jim skull

_the pen name is Jim Skull. It’s not hard to fathom why.



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9th July

NickGeorgiou

_old newspapers come back to life in the streets of NYC as they take part in Nick Georgiou‘s humanoid slash animalesque set of sculptures.



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8th July

Trautrimas, Long Soak

_ we always knew common objects were up to something, so thank you David Trautrimas for proving us right



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7th July

therenowitwilllast

_ live in Chicago? Hurry to The Family Room Gallery and check out their expo “There, Now it Will Last Forever.” It closes Friday.



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6th July

Anne Faye Gillspie

_yes, yes. Admittedly, it was hard picking only one of Anne Faye Gillespie’s drawings for this note.  Why don’t you give it a try and find your own?



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5th July

JosebaElorza

_spanish freelance illustrator Joseba Elorza (MiraRuido) has some wicked digital collages featuring characters of the 50s and 60s. (Also: Happy Birthday to Gopher editor Michu!!!)



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4th July

Jimmy Baker's Diversions

_what a good day to check out Jimmy Baker’s hyperrealistic work.



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3rd July

ChiharuShiota

_with an arachnid-esque technique, Chiharu Shiota’s massive installations seem to capture objects like dresses and pianos in space and time.



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2nd July

Briceño

_Venezuelan photographer Antonio Briceño found the missing pieces of a green and complicated puzzle  in Rwanda



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1st July

Nippan

_tackling the issue of fragile urban expansion, Thai Chinese artist Nippan Oranniwesna builds entire cities out of just… baby powder.