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Design

Toy Planters

February 28, 2011

Christopher Jobson

And while you’re digging up your old comic books to start your next herb garden, check out these plastic toy dinosaur and animal planters by Plaid Pigeon. Awesome. With this morning’s thick layer of ice and my subsequent sidewalk face-plant, can you tell I’m itching for spring?

 

 



Design

Neighborhood Studio: Animals A-Z

February 26, 2011

Christopher Jobson

A wonderful new print available at Neighborhood Studio, a new shop from designer Curtis Jinkins. (via design work life)

 

 



Music

A Lull: Weapons for War

January 27, 2011

Christopher Jobson

I’ve been on the fence about posting this for almost a week since finding it over on fuck yeah chicago, and after watching it for the third or fourth time I’ve decided to pull the trigger. I have no idea what’s going on here. It’s kind of like somebody made a music video using the monster from M. Night’s The Village. Also there’s lots of bleeding. Whatever, I think it’s great and I can’t get the music out of my head. By the Chicago band A Lull, directed by Anthony Ciannamea.

 

 



Illustration

Chris Scarborough

December 30, 2010

Christopher Jobson

I remember seeing Chris Scarborough‘s wide-eyed Ideal Species series (scroll through this if you haven’t seen it before) a while back, so it was a surprise to see these incredible illustrations were by the same artist. If you’re in North Carolina his work is on display as part of the Art on Paper 2010 exhibit at the Weatherspoon Guild Gallery through February 6.

 

 



Illustration Photography

Fredrik Ödman: Composed Animals

December 28, 2010

Christopher Jobson

Holy swan-rabbits and fish-monkeys! Composed Animals is an incredible series of composite photographs by Fredrik Ödman. I wish we lived in a world where some of these animals exist (though airborne anteaters give me the heebie-jeebies), however at least we live in one where Fredrik does.

 

 



Design

Moo: A Full-scale Modern Moose Lamp

December 27, 2010

Christopher Jobson

Designed by Norwegian firm NorthernLighting, this lamp is the polar opposite of those cardboard cut-out animal heads that are all the rage lately.

Moo is a full scale wall-mounted Norwegian light moose head. Moo may be used both for indoor and outdoor decoration purposes. The figuratively shaped lamp body is made of poly-resin material, which gives a smooth and transparent flow of light. The bulbs placed inside the horns add an extra element of soft, sparkling and translucent light effect to the lamp.

Buy it today at Made in Design.