Ester Viola presents “La Fin du Monde, j’y étais”

Half French, half Italien Ester Viola is a 30 years old photographer based in Paris. Directly inspired by the theme of the FALL09 Kulte collection (The Final day), this exhibition “The end of the world, I was there”, taking place in Paris 76 rue vieille du temple, presents colored landscapes in opposition with black&white photos where appear shadows of ghosts.

“La fin du monde, j’y étais”….The end of the world, I was there

Absolut Model n.3

Photo by Pickelweasel. More Photos here.

New collage works for tees

Monster design made from candies

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MWM X GLYPH CUE : FW09 Hoodies.

After many months of hard work, GLYPH CUE FW09 Hoodies are here. The Website is updated, The Online Store is dialed, and Stockists will be receiving shipments next week. As with all of our lines, we have gone with a dedicated color palette, so FW09 is a celebration of Greens (SS09 was Blues, and SS10 will be ____). We kicked it up a notch and went with 4 Colors for each chest graphic, and an oversized left-wrist logo hit on each piece. The hoodies are super heavyweight to keep you warm as Autumn creeps in. And the graphics are next level, I am very pleased with how they turned out.

True to our name “Glyph Cue”, each design has a hidden narrative or cryptic message that requires you to spend a few minutes deciphering it. Really psyched! Swing through and check it out. And please tell your favorite local shop to be in touch so we can get on the racks at the best boutiques! *GLYPH CUE is proudly printed in Portland, Maine USA. All Design By: MWM Graphics.

The Prodigy x Stuart Semple

Stuart Semple is the annoyingly young British artist du jour who, having collaborated with the likes of Levis, Vogue, Selfridges and Diesel, sells his provocative and youthful work to rich kids and rock stars. 17 Million album selling The Prodigy need no introduction. What happens when the artist and the punk-ravers meet? An insanely limited edition (75 of the standard, 25 of the deluxe) print with secret glow-in-the-dark image, hand-signed by The Prodigy and Semple and with a rather hefty price tag, that’s what.

Via: We Heart Stuff

NIKE Pro Combat: Trail of Destruction (Alter Ego).

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The advert titled Trail of Destruction (Alter Ego) was done by Wieden + Kennedy Portland advertising agency for NIKE FOOTBALL (NIKE company) in USA. It was released in the September 2009. Business sector is Clothing & footwear.
Agency: Wieden + Kennedy, Portland
Client: Nike
Creative Director: Jeff Williams
Creative Director: Alberto Ponte
Art Director: James Moslander
Producer: Jeff Selis
Executive Creative Director: Mark Fitzloff
Executive Creative Director: Susan Hoffman
Agency Executive Producer: Ben Grylewicz
Production Company: Anonymous Content

Director: David Fincher

Executive Producer: Jeff Baron
Line Producer: Emma Wilcockson
Director of Photography: Emmanuel Lubezki
Editorial Company: Rock Paper Scissors
Editor: Angus Wall
Post Producer: Kim Colen
Post Executive Producer: Carol Lynn Weaver
VFX Company: Hydraulx
VFX Supervisor: Ed Chapman
Music Company: Soundtree
Sound Designer: Ren Klyce
Sound Design Company: Mit Out Sound
Sound Design Producer: Misa Kageyama
Mix Company: Lime
Mixer: Sam Casas

Tck Tck Tck: Adaptation.

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The advert titled Adaptation was done by YOUNG & RUBICAM BRAZIL advertising agency for Tck Tck Tck (CLIMATE CHANGE PREVENTION company) in Brazil. It was released in the September 2009. Business sector is Public awareness messages.
Chief creative director Marco Versolato of Y&R Brazil created the first Brazilian film to support the ‘tck tck tck: Time for Climate Justice’campaign. The promotion was launched by Kofi Annan, President of the Global Humanitarian Forum, and Bob Geldof at 56th Cannes Lions International Advertising Festival, last June.The campaign urges people from around the world to become ‘planet allies’ and push world leaders to make fair and united decisions at the UN Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen in December 2009. Adaptation, a short animated film created by Y&R synthesizes Charles Darwin’s Theory of Evolution and reminds the audience about the importance of adapting to our planet, rather than thinking the planet will adapt to our actions. Y&R worked with the production company Tribbo Post and the audio producer Somzera to create this film.

Client: Tck Tck Tck
Agency: Y&R Brazil – São Paulo
Production Company: Tribbo Post
Director: Luciano Neves
Post production: Equipe Tribbo Post
Executive Creative Director: Marco Versolato
Art Director: Claudia Fugita
Copywriter: Mariana Borga
Agency Producer: Nicole Godoy, Camila Naito
Executive Producer: André Pulcino
Country: Brazil
Other Credits: Director of Photography: Equipe Tribbo Post
Sound Production: Somzera

Pauline Darley

Pauline Darley – Selection. More pictures here.


Portfolio of designer & animator Sergio Sosa.
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Photography by Anouk Morgan

Fashion photography by Anouk Morgan, more pics and info here.

Pete Harrison Interview

This week we have a special guest at Wallpaperart. We’ve had a nice little chat with founder of Desktopography, Pete Harrison. A great interview about Pete’s career and more specifically his Desktopography project. Read about how this digital art legend worked himself up in the graphic design world and how he’s created a life we all would love to have. Enjoy this interview with Pete Harrison and get some of the finest wallpaper of Desktopography’s latest exhibition.

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Uma Turan — a London based milliner

Uma Turan is a a London based milliner, she makes pretty nice hats for ladies. Uma completed her formal education in millinery at the Kensington and Chelsea College with Kirsten Scott, former milliner for Karl Lagerfeld at Chanel. Via DesignWar.

4D – A Life of Its Own

A stunning example of the potential of Cinema 4D XPresso and C.O.F.F.E.E., created by 1st.

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Mr. Pear

Mothi Limbu presents “Ordre et Desordre”

Following a series a Tshirts produced by the French brand Kulte, the graphic desinger and artist Mothi Limbu is now getting back to the basics, setting up an exhibition named “ORDRE ET DESODRE” (order and desorder). Alongside a limited and exclusive series of books printed for the occasion, his entire pencil work on Paradoxes will be soon presented in Paris.