For so long now the hub of tension and violence, Brady Ng captured the lyrical beauty of this troubled part of the world, as well as illustrating the daily trials that plague its people.
Rouge Coco, the latest lipstick line from Chanel, has called on the fabulous Vanessa Paradis as the face of the brilliant new campaign, shot by French fashion photographer Jean-Baptiste Mondino.
Vanessa Paradis is once again lending her flawfless face to the famous fashion house (…)
Brosmind started this section and they told us to visit Hey Studio. Here goes our latest Studio Visit with these amazing guys from Barcelona Verònica, Tilman and Ricardo. Interesting works, fine style and a strong opinion about design.
We love Hey! (in further editions we’ll try to translate all this good stuff)
We feature 20 Projects that showcase the abilities of the Canon 5D MKII Camera and the creativity of its users.
Via Unstage (Click here for more)
Once the world was a landscape of peace and tranquility. Until one day when a barrel of toxic waste grossly mutated the local wildlife into giant killer creatures, bent on wrecking havoc upon the inhabitants. Now it is a fight for these poor people to defend their once peaceful home against these toxic creatures!
In the weeks since I posted a free LOST Dharma Beer logo pdf, over 7000 people have downloaded it, and who can guess how many bottles it has adorned. Now, for those who prefer a glass to bottles or cans, but have been unable to find a vessel awesome enough to contain the mighty power of Dharma Beer, look no further!
Printed with a two-sided satin etch look to give a sense of wonder and enchantment to the basest of beverages, these pint glasses are now available for sale in limited quantities, only from http://shop.ianleino.com.
The design and inception of the Beat Lights originated from a field trip to India that Tom Dixon took his Royal College students on. Their mission was to investigate how design affects the livelihood of different cultures and peoples. They spent days with local tinkers, brass beaters and marble workers. It was here that they discovered a method of metal manufacturing that appealed because of its heritage and unique aesthetic. The Beat Lights employ these traditional techniques in their production.