Artist making graffiti pieces that are on another level – a crazy mix of lettering and stop-motion.
Shape Grammars Lock
by Jannis Maroscheck.
An incredible insight into the power of technology and production systems, as well as an amazing source of inspiration for graphic forms.
The work of Nigel Cottier, Principal Designer at Accept & Proceed.
By Nigel Cottier.
His book Letterform Variations is a crazy collection of over 19,000 letters based on grids and shape-based systems.
Design studio from the Netherlands that’s making beautiful ceramic tiles. Their interpretation of the format gives a contemporary and graphic take on a traditional format – and that’s really interesting.
To celebrate the arrival of my turntable (which took a whole 5 months), a friend of mine recently bought me MASA003 by Natural Language on vinyl. It’s a fantastic breaks and electro record from Andalucía… and I can’t stop hearing it.
Listen to it: here!
Graffiti style born out of protest in Brasil. From a visual perspective, Pixo stylistically takes letterforms past legibility to a universe of interesting abstract forms.
Documentary website: www.youtube.com/watch?v=skGyFowTzew
By Gijs Frieling & Job Wouters
Like their bio reads: they paint cabinets. Crazy, beautiful cabinets.
Biannual design magazine featuring fabulous stories about the life of ordinary things.”
An abstract in-depth look into an object and things related to it. A great read for someone like myself who struggles to read actual books.