Eat Off Me plates, designed by Japanese designer Hiroshi Tsunoda to resemble the controversial Japanese tradition called ‘Nyotaimori’, which is the practice of eating sushi off a woman’s naked body. More on the design and an interview with the designer here.
Unthowith italian artist Kayone.
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Hand cut ‘limited’ edition of 1 million. This will probably take the next 30-60 years to finish. It is definitely a poignant message, in the times we are currently facing. ITS OK, Edition of 1 Million, By Sighn, Released by Multi Polar Projects. Be sure to check out the short documentary about the process of creating each piece.
Artist Chris Piascik illustrates in very cool hand lettering the ups and downs of the 2008 election. Warning… Chris is an Obama supporter!
Neil Fraser: “Another method to visualize a complex 3D object is to build a model. The dimensions of the MRI data cuboid are almost exactly 3x4x5. Accordingly, I obtained 60 one-inch cubes (it’s the USA, forgive the Imperial measurements), arranged them appropriately, varnished the 94 outside faces, printed nine carefully selected cross-sections and their mirror images, sliced the prints into 266 squares and glued them to the correct internal faces.”
A selection of 25 stunning typographic works from all around the world.
Scott Pommier was not talented enough to become a professional skateboarder, so he became a photographer for skateboarding magazines instead. This is more or less the back story to every good “skate photographer.”