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Graffiti meets Op Art in this video by LX One. Watch as he uses stencils and paint to create impressive optical illusions in a barren space in Montreuil, France.
Artist Richie Kong Solo Exhibition “DIMENSIONS”
Check it out. http://www.facebook.com/ritchiekongart
“In 1929, Johnny Weissmuller inaugurated the Molitor swimming pool in Paris. This wonderfull art deco building is planned to be destroyed in 2012.
This giant collage is a giant tribute to the olympic champ aswell as a bridge between this golden era and today.
Directed by Nicolas Chambon & Adrien Pavillard.
Music by Guts, Pura Vida.
Produced by Lazy Corner Pictures.
Special thanks to Hi Vision for the aerial shots and the Compagnie des Maitres Nageurs for their hospitality.”
Paul Octavious is a photographer & designer.
Born 1984 in Connecticut.
Current City: Chicago, IL
Tax season is here, and hopefully you’re getting a refund. Maybe you didn’t get someone the Christmas gift you wish you had. Here’s the chance to redeem yourself.
Woolly Pocket – $20-$250
Woolly Pockets are so awesome. They have everything from single planters (like the image above), to floor and wall planters…in all different sizes and colours. Perfect for your nitemare hippy girl or mother.
buy a woolly pocket here.
Orange Blossom Thyme Lollipops (pack of 7) – $10
This chef is based out of New York City and I can tell she has some good taste buds. Just check out her etsy store where she sells these lollipops. They are some delightful, all natural treats. Yum!
Human Planet – $29
Who doesn’t or wouldn’t want to watch Human Planet? The people behind it could not capture the world more beautifully than they already have.
buy the complete series at amazon.
QuNeo – $249.95
A QueNeo is an amazing new midi controller by Keith McMillen, and artists like Doseone back it up.
watch a video about it here.
buy it here.
Leica V-LUX 3 – $979
Can’t get any better!
watch a video and read about it here.
buy it here.
If you think graphic designers only use computers, you’re wrong! We take a look at bringing back typography in its true form. Traditional hand-lettering by artist Dan Madsen.
Washington-based painter Tyree Callahan modified a 1937 Underwood Standard typewriter, replacing the letters and keys with color pads and hued labels to create a functional “painting” device called the Chromatic Typewriter.