21 posts tagged bluprint
In constructing this photo-installation his concerns are: the consequences of today’s accelerated embracement of new technologies and formats in the art practice; the political implications of technical and functional obsolescence; and the conflicts involved in the concept of progress.
"My photography is always project-based. Each project is in essence an open question about something I am passionately interested in. I understand my job as the formulation of the right questions through images that work."
Yesterday, May 20, was Dieter Rams 80th birthday. Many of his designs — coffee makers, calculators, radios, audio/visual equipment, consumer appliances and office products — have found a permanent home at many museums over the world, including MoMA in New York. For nearly 30 years Dieter Rams served as head of design for Braun A.G. until his retirement in 1998. He continues to be highly regarded in design circles and currently has a major retrospective of his work on tour around the world.
The Power of X :
My hand and your hand towards creativity !
The Video made by Dutch Agency We are Pi for TEDxSummit (in Quatar), an unprecedented gathering of TEDx organizers from around the world– and the video celebrates “the power of x” to multiply great ideas. Great song, dancers and kaleidoscope..Take a look
Adam Witton is a London based Graphic Designer and a recent graduate from University College Falmouth. Gotham’s Mad Men is an exercise in photo manipulation combining the worlds of Mad Men and Gotham City, that begs the question what would happen if the ‘Mad’ Men characters lived up to their name?
Dollar ReDe$ign Project
The Dollar ReDe$ign Project hopes to bring about change for everyone. We want to rebrand the US Dollar, rebuild financial confidence and revive our failing economy. Dowling Duncan is a graphic design studio with offices in Newark (UK) and San Francisco (US)
Steve Lambert’s solo show at Charlie James Gallery “EVERYTHING YOU WANT, RIGHT NOW!”. Most of the show consisted of fabricated commercial signs with flashing lightbulbs, giving the space a carnival flair. Lambert’s nine cheeky advertisements promise “Money Laundered,” offer “Everything You Want — Right Now” and invite visitors to “Park and Spend.” The work’s intense cynicism about consumption is glum and ultimately misplaced, although the refusal to exempt art from the process is at least ingenuous.
Argentinian illustrator Pablo Lobato creates this amazing illustrations. It’s so impressing that you can easily recognize the famous characters, even though they are almost only lines and boxes.
Rewrite by GamFratesi
Rewrite desk was created for an exhibition at the Museum of Art and Design of Copenhagen in September 2009, is since jannuary 2011 in production with Ligne Roset. The idea behind Rewrite began as a study of the desktop and especially an atmosphere and feeling we believe is needed even in the middle of an accelerating communication and technology. Rewrite is thought of as a kind of isolating workingbubble, that can work as a satellitedesk anywhere one can feel the need of concentration and shielding – in open space offices, public spaces or at home.
Just do it is a graphic design project by Maxime Nilov, a russian artist with an amazing creativity.