Design

Mazzo Restaurant Identity

October 29, 2010

Christopher Jobson

Interior for Mazzo, a new restaurant in Amsterdam by Concrete Architectural Associates. (via the best part)

 

 



Design

Anti-Eco Shirts

October 29, 2010

Christopher Jobson

Great shirts from Anti-Eco. Made from 100% organic/recycled materials and manufactured in Peru through a fair trade cooperative. “Our mission is to provoke awareness, stimulate dialogue, and alter actions regarding the cultivation and conservation of our earth’s resources.” (via design work life)

 

 



Art Photography

Rune Guneriussen Photographs Surreal Outdoor Installations

October 29, 2010

Christopher Jobson

Rune Guneriussen shoots these amazing installations in locations around Norway. My mind has just been stabbed repeatedly with awesome.

Editor’s note: this makes our 300th post. I’ve never done 300 of anything before so this feels pretty good. Thanks everyone for reading!

 

 



Photography

Thomas Jackson Photographs Robots Doing Everyday Chores

October 28, 2010

Christopher Jobson

Any time I’m tagging a post with art, photography, and robots you know it’s gotta be good. Great photos from New York photographer Thomas Jackson. (via i like this blog, with a quick 5-question interview)

 

 



Animation Music

When I Am King

October 28, 2010

Christopher Jobson

Stop animation video for When I Am King by Dutch indie rocker Tim Knol, directed by Sverre Frederiksen. The two minute film took two months to shoot and uses a technique known as pyrography, where the illustrations are burned onto wood and then animated. (via the recently relaunched drawn)

 

 



Design

Sound Posters by Saxsofunny

October 28, 2010

Christopher Jobson

Conceptually brilliant posters by São Paulo firm Saxsofunny. They should make one with an illustration of Gilbert Godfried on a chalkboard. (via this isn’t happiness)

 

 



Design Photography

Japanese String Gardens Suspend Plants Above Ground

October 28, 2010

Christopher Jobson

String gardens are a botanical technique meant to raise plants to eye level. Small moss balls called kokedama house the root system which is wrapped and then suspended by total awesomeness. (via designboom)