Design Food Illustration

Pop Chart Lab Maps the Very Many Varieties of Beer

September 24, 2010

Christopher Jobson

Sweet poster by Pop Chart Lab. A quick glance suggests I am clearly a lager man.

 

 



Art

Keetra Deen Dixon Manifests Codependency in Everyday Objects

September 23, 2010

Christopher Jobson

Just between you and me… here’s some clever work from artist Keetra Dean Dixon.

 

 



Art

Floral Sculptures by Makoto Azuma

September 23, 2010

Christopher Jobson

Makoto Azuma is a florist in Tokyo who creates incredibly unusual botanical sculptures and arrangements with organic material.

 

 



Art Design

London Fieldworks Builds Birdhouse Cities

September 22, 2010

Christopher Jobson

Bird houses by London Fieldworks for London’s Secret Garden Project.

The Secret Garden Project is a new programme of temporary commissions and pop up art events by young and established artists that will create a trail of London’s secret gardens, lesser known green spaces, and urban corners. The project aims to bring high quality art projects and events to London’s public realm; raise awareness of the ecological and cultural value of urban green space; encourage an understanding and engagement with ecology and biodiversity, create opportunities for community engagement and collaboration and encourage innovation.

(via design week)

 

 



Craft Design

A Venice Exhibit Brainstorms New Life for Old Gondola Posts

September 22, 2010

Christopher Jobson

Entries by David Chipperfield and Paola Navone for the “Tra le Briccole di Venezia” (“Among the posts in Venice”) exhibition that explores ways to recycle the massive oak posts used to dock gondolas.

The so called “briccole”, the posts in chestnut oak on which Venice is built, are used for docking gondolas and as beacons. They are at least ten meters (32.8 feet) high and once driven into the lagoon, they have an average life not longer than 5-10 years. Their section affected by tide rise and fall becomes the natural home for microorganisms as well as sea flora and fauna, but once corroded, they are completely replaced.

 

 



Art

Tomáš Libertiny Works with Bees to Build a Honeycomb Sculpture

September 22, 2010

Christopher Jobson

The Unbearable Lightness by Slovakian-born Tomáš Libertiny is a large figure covered in honeycomb produced “naturally” by a swarm of 40,000 bees. This is one of the coolest things I’ve seen in awhile. (via beautiful decay)

 

 



Dance

OK Go: White Knuckles

September 21, 2010

Christopher Jobson

Just when you think they can’t top the last one. (via zulkey)