Based in London, 00’s practice spans across performance installations and virtual installations. Continue reading »
Archives.Matei, another anonymous artist in my selection of so-called post-design trends. All the things you love so much (or not): tribal typography, 3D morphs, elements of Japanese graphic design from the 90s. Continue reading »
Omar Reda is a graphic designer and photographer who was born in 1984 in Tripoli, Lebanon and currently lives and works in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Omar studied Graphic Design at Notre Dame University and after graduation in 2005, he started his career as a Graphic Designer in Riyadh. Continue reading »
Ready for a surreal backpack? Designer Konstantin Kofta (previously) knows how to transform the classic school kid accessory into a surrealist piece of art. He morphs knapsacks into sculptural creations, like Grecian volutes, smooth pyramid shapes, human spines, and even lifelike faces. It’s an outré accessory that is made to turn heads. Continue reading »
Photographer Eric Lafforgue travelled to Angola and met some of the fascinating tribal peoples living there.
Men, by contrast, leave jewellery and elaborate hairstyles to the women, instead choosing to wear a simple loin cloth paired with a dagger or, in some cases, old 1990s football jerseys. The jerseys are a symbol of changing times in Angola; a country where huge oil wealth is concentrated in the hands of a privileged few while the rest of the country struggles to come to terms with the aftermath of the Angolan Civil War – a conflict that lasted for more than 30 years and left the countryside littered with landmines.
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