Monthly Archives: March 2011
via youtube.com Stop what you’re doing and watch this now. This short video follows Michael Wolff (one half the founders of design firm Wolff Olins) as he gives the viewer insight into the world of a designer. Naming curiosity and … Continue reading
I was recently introduced to the swiss artist Felice Varini and was instantly captivated by his work. Varini has been creating these incredible site specific geometric paintings for over thirty years. He uses projectors and stencils to create these optical … Continue reading
via vimeo.com “27” is a joint venture between a filmmaker, two architects, and a designer. They travel together to meet people engaging in the process of creating the Europe of tomorrow. This intriguing teaser takes us on a journey into … Continue reading
Its not everyday I get excited about roads. In fact as a kid there was nothing I hated more than being stuck in a cramped, stuffy car. However, a friend in Norway recently told me about this incredible initiative started … Continue reading
Photographer Todd McLellan surgically disassembles household objects and then photographs them in two ways: First, as meticulous dissections, and second, as chaotic explosions.
via vimeo.com Last Fall, TED in an unexpected move, granted the $100,000 TEDPrize to the Parisian street artist JR. Known for his large-scale graffiti murals tackling social justice and human rights issues like freedom and identity, the 27-year-old artist appeared … Continue reading
via youtube.com This song has been stuck in my head this week From the New Leaves album by Owen