Clean & zen feels contemporary ceramics by Nathalie Derouet. Heart it.
Venezuelan illustrator/designer Pez Banana, aka Jose Lorenzo Pacheco, is proud announce that two figures from his three-piece Maki Sushi ‘Bot’ series will be going into production. The drop consists of the ‘Sushibot’ and ‘Alaskabot,’ both of which can be pre-ordered now via Patch Together’s online store.
France’s own Fondation Cartier created this specialized collection which contains over 1,000 works by 300 graffiti artists. Viewers have the option to look up different types of graffiti writing, either in alphabetical order from A-Z, or by street artist. Clicking on one letter will show you a small collection of pictures from the artist’s catalogue – an awesome idea and a great resource for your future inspiration…
Oleg Mendvedev is an illustrator from Moscow, Russia, who created this series of illustrations called ‘Letters’. Mendvedev’s work is lush with a detailed pencil shading technique that’s evocative of mid-20th century comic artists. The ‘Letters’ series is an amazing peek into the cultural zeitgeist of modern Russia, letting us see things from Mendvedev’s wonderfully critical point of view.
To extend the Blueprint 3 album experience, producer Alex Goose has released a series of tracks solicited by Jay for the album– but didn’t make the final cut. Since Jay Z isn’t on them, these instrumentals provide a dope little backing track to your life, however you want to narrate. Download for free at TheBlueprint3Outtakes via TheCoolist.
John John has a nice portfolio full of cuties , drugs and punk rock …
For more works go HERE
With the slogan of efficiency, designer Héctor Esrawe creates Bookshelf Block I, II & III that minimum waste and maximum efficiency. The piece is designed to travel unarmed , occupying very little space and it can be manually assembled by inserting the pieces in slots.
More photos of Bookshelf Block here!
Apparently, everything you get from IKEA is cheap – even the graffiti art. In Banksy’s latest piece in Croydon, we see a punk kid looking at directions while attempting to assemble a “large graffiti slogan” he got from the Swedish retail store.
More pics and info at My Modern Metropolis!