Brandon Ragnar Johnson is certainly one of the most quoted and interesting graphics and illustrators of our day. With his unique style of particular importance because of references to illustrate typical of the 50 and 60, when the conquest of space and the future seemed simple geometric shapes were the best she creativity, the colors were brown and orange and knew little women gain a customer with a few simple lines.
Now the work of Ragnar Johnson is collected within Eponymonstrous Book a splendid retrospective volume of 320 pages by Brand Studio Press (60 sollari around here the link for purchase), a remarkable volume, with a beautiful cover and cardboard Please print, surely one of the books and graphic illustration to have in your library.
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Philadelphia-based sleep systems manufacturer Hollandia International and global mattress brand Therapedic have introduced the iCon Bed – the world’s first bed designed to work with Apple’s iPad.
The iCon Bed is fitted with Hollandia’s adjustable 3D mattress with a new foundation and custom headboard with iPad docking station and speaker system. The bed also feature upholstered headboard offering sleek and modern look. The headboard is equipped with four fully enclosed speakers, 250 watt amplifier and docking stations for two iPads built into the furniture. The bed is available in more than 200 colors and fabrics to match with any bedroom decor.
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Marcel Breuer was an apprentice at the Bauhaus when he conceived the first tubular steel chair based on the tubed frame of a bicycle, a product he greatly admired for its functional design. The construction of leather strips suspended on steel tubes was the first chair of its kind, a classic and a symbol of modernism. Later named for the artist, Wassily Kandinsky, who had one of the innovative armchairs in his office, the
The new video for “Strange Enough” by N.A.S.A. (”North America South America”) featuring Karen O of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Fatlip of The Pharycyde, and Ol’ Dirty Bastard of Wu Tang (RIP). It’s said that these were the last recorded lyrics by ODB.
The animation includes original artwork by Stephan Doitschinoff. Lorna T and Studio Giblets directed the video while it was produced by Terence Teh.
Watch it at inkbutter.com.