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Color inspiration: Vintage pansies

Found this old greeting card at an antique store and really enjoyed the CMYK printing. Super inspired by the way the colors blended, and the overall noise pattern in the background is a really nice touch.

Have a very surreal Christmas!

I came across this painting by Yves Tenguy titled L’Orage (Paysage noir) which looks to me like an homage to Christmas, replete with a red Christmas tree and the spirits of Christmas floating about! This is totally my kind of party ;)

Joey Yu energizes the everyday moments of life

London based illustrator Joey Yu caught my eye the other day because of her loose and expressive art style, with an uncanny knack for colors, which help brings her compositions to life. Her work demands your attention, as her expressive line work captures the energy of life, rather than a one-for-one recreation of a moment.

Ban Ban Bar & Chicken branding and graphics by Peculiar Familia

Instagram has introduced me to a lot of interesting, new designers and one recent favorite is Peculiar Familia. Headed up by Carlo Jensen, the Australian designer recently launched a new project in the form of Ban Ban Bar & Chicken, a new restaurant in Adelaide serving cold beer and Korean fried chicken. Peculiar Familia was responsible for the...

Studio Brasch introduces “Digibana”

Ikebana, the Japanese art of flower arrangement, has been around since the 7th century and is taught in over 1,000 different types of schools of throughout the world today. In recent years, the art form has started to be reconsidered, though the primary theories of shape, line, and form still ring true. So what would ikebana be if you removed plants...

Music to buy: Studio Barnhus Volym 1

At the end of every Decmeber, Kyle and I make a list of attainable goals for the upcoming year that we feel will make our lives, or the lives of others, better. One goal I’m focusing on is buying the music I love. In an age of streaming, with endless amounts of music, algorithmically generated playlists, and “What’s New” prioritized over what’s good,...

Casa Bosques melds chocolate with design, creating delicious results

For the past six months I’ve been working out how I can combine my love of design with my passion for food. I started a pop-up brasserie called Le Filou with my buddy Nate Isreal, which was fun and successful, and makes me want try more ambitious efforts. Then I see inspiring works like Casa Bosques, a chocolate project from Savvy Studio, which makes...

Hello again.

“A man is a very small thing, and the night is very large and full of wonders.” — Lord Dunsany Trying this again, but with all previous expectations wiped away. I know now more than ever how important it is too have a place of my own. Where I’m not prey to algorithms and the fanciful ideas of low EQ developers and Silicon Valley fuccbois. Maybe people...

Felipe Pantone and Nachei partner on a surreal music video for DJ Soak

Felipe Pantone is an Argentinian-Spanish artist who’s created his own visual language. I think of this work like a combination of computer glitches, endless spectrums of color, and strong geometric patterns, all blended together. When you take his iconic style and combine it with Nachei, a motion graphics studio based out of Madrid, the results are...

How the week feels, illustrated by Jean Jullien

I love me some Jean Jullien, and this recent post on his Instagram felt very appropriate to post today. Is it the weekend yet?

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