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Art Design

Isaac Salazar: Read

January 15, 2011

Christopher Jobson

My kingdom to find out who is responsible for creating this. Seriously, anyone? Once an image like this hits Tumblr it’s hopeless. (via room seven

Update: This is the work of Isaac Salazar. More here. (thnx, Jill)

 

 



Design

Wired weaving

January 13, 2011

Christopher Jobson

Every month Wired asks contributors to illustrate the edition number of their magazine. Melbourne-based design studio A Friend of Mine took the unconventional approach of working with artist Carla Grbac to weave some sexy custom type. (via design work life)

 

 



Animation Design

Make It Better

January 12, 2011

Christopher Jobson

Beautiful self-promotion piece for animator Sebastian Baptista and Climent Canal.

 

 



Design

Everything is gonna be alright

December 31, 2010

Christopher Jobson

Fun print by Eva Juliet available on her Etsy site.

 

 



Art

Claire Fontaine’s Consumption

December 21, 2010

Christopher Jobson

Match installations are hot! Really beautiful work by Paris-based artist Claire Fontaine at Helena Papadopoulos in Athens, on display now through January 15, 2011. The last image is from a 2004 show at the Front Room. See also the work of Chicago artist Pei-San Ng. (via contemporary art daily)

 

 



Art Design

Embroidered CMYK Typography by Evelin Kasikov

December 6, 2010

Christopher Jobson

Based on the huge response to the embroidery work of Lauren DiCioccio last week I’m sure many of you will enjoy this CMYK typography by London-based Evelin Kasikov. Evelyn uses thread to mimic moiré patterns used by printers, where multiple color grids are overlapped to create shapes of blended color.

 

 



Design

Stupidly Beautiful Neighborhood Maps by These Are Things

December 3, 2010

Christopher Jobson

Stumbled on this gorgeous Chicago neighborhoods print over at These Are Things, a collaboration between Jen Adrion and Omar Noory out of Columbus, Ohio. They’ve also got maps for Manhattan, Brooklyn, San Francisco, LA, DC, and of course Columbus.