Screenprint ‘celebrating an unexpected clash of the classic smiley, his lesser known family members and some principles of the Weimar Bauhaus.’ Happy modernism at YES
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(Cover Image Write To Congress © Vika Prokopaviciute )
The internet is so accessible, websites and online presence are so “your next breath” that they don’t even really seem to have any value at all. The online industry is so new that people don’t really know the value of the products and services we offer. Our only chance is to educate people. To let them know the real value of what we do – that websites just aren’t “there.” That they were created by real people–real people programing them, and designing them. Real people thinking about the user and caring for them. Real people with families to feed and bills to pay. Real people, in real life, that are really fighting to make the world just a little bit better, in the best way that they know that they can.
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Jakob Printzlau aka Plastic Kid is probably one of the most talented/coolest guys I wish I knew on the internet. He’s been a fav for years and I love everything he does. But it doesn’t stop at design. For sometime I have known about Jakob‘s band (he’s the lead singer) and up until a couple weeks ago their album wasn’t available in the US. I couldn’t find it at least. Well, it popped up on itunes and I totally snagged that up. It is awesome. You should check them/him out and fall in love with this freaking talented guy.
New Hellofreaks exhibition at the Café Dune (Paris).
Hellofreaks is a french and fresh illustrator with really nice art works.
You can discover his realisations here.
Le Café Dune
18 av Claude Vellefaux
75010 Paris (metro station Goncourt or Colonel Fabien)
exhibition from may 04 til may 24 – opening : may 06 at 7 pm