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Fasten your seat-belt and get ready to enter Mr. Willy Wonka's factory of eye-candy...
...Might of oversold myself here, anyway enjoy.
Friday, October 15, 2010
Noisy Decent Graphics posted some great Olympics-related work by University College Falmouth student, Alan Clarke. Sadly, the proposed posters aren't set to be part of London 2012's official communications program.
Nicolas Lampert is an interdisciplinary artist and author based out of Milwaukee and Chicago. Primarily, he is best known for his collage art - the “machine-animal” series, the “meatscape” series and numerous images that address political and environmental issues.
Over the past 15 years, his collages have been presented in various formats including digital prints (from framed images to fourteen-foot tall images), 16mm animated films, outdoor murals, stencils, silk screens, posters, and gallery installations.
His art work has been included in the museum shows “Becoming Animal” at the MASS MoCA (North Adams, Massachusetts), The Idea of the Animal at the RMIT Gallery in association with the Melbourne International Arts Festival (Melbourne, Australia), and the Maltwood Art Museum (Victoria, BC) and is part of the permanent collection at the Museum of Modern Art (New York), the Milwaukee Art Museum and the Center for the Study of Political Graphics (Los Angeles.)
Collectively, he works with Just Seeds/Visual Resistance Artist Cooperative, the Street Art Workers and the Cut and Paint ‘zine project.
As an author, he was a co-editor for Peace Signs: the Anti-War Movement Illustrated (Gustavo Gili / Edition Olms 2004). Other writings include “Recent Struggles at Haymarket: An Embattled History of Static Monuments and Public Interventions” that was included in Realizing the Impossible: Art Against Authority (edited by Josh MacPhee and Erik Reuland, AK Press, 2007). Currently, he is working on an extensive book for the New Press that focuses on radical art history in the US.
As a curator, he co-organized the group art show, Drawing Resistance - a traveling political art show. The show featured work by 31 contemporary political artists from North America and traveled in a collective manner with no funding to 33 cities in the US and Canada between 2001-2005. Familiar names in the show include Carlos Cortez (Chicago), Domitila Dominguez (Guadalajara), Winston Smith (San Francisco), Nicole Schulman (NYC), and Seth Tobocman (NYC).
See more work by Nicolas HERE
Throughout Jorgen’s career as a creative director, he has also perused his passion for photography and film. Jorgen’s work has been featured in campaigns for H&M, J Lindeberg, Peak Performance, NK Stil and HOPE. His ability to see through the eyes of both a photographer and a creative director gives him the unique talent to coordinate the image and the typography with the concept. As Jorgen has said “ I work with a total concept, not just a picture. I give form to a message.”
See more work by Jörgen HERE
Eight Hour Day is a design boutique, and we love what we do. It’s who we are. As a husband and wife team working side by side, we aspire for the designed life(style): a place where work, life and inspiration are all equal and integrated organically.Our goal is to create work that is honest. Solutions that are exploratory, educational and inspirational. Creative that is conceptually interesting and visually stunning. We design with the belief that process and collaboration should be as exciting and fun as the end result.
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Bompas & Parr has worked with architects including Lord Foster and Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners designing jellies for a 2000 person Jelly Banquet at UCL, provided expertise for Heston Blumenthals recent series Feast and worked with the ICA to transform Peter Greenaways The Cook The Thief His Wife and Her Lover for a scratch n sniff event introduced by the director.
Recent projects include a vast glowing jelly installation for San Francisco MOMA; Alcoholic Architecture, a walk in cloud of breathable G&T and the Architectural Punchbowl where we flooded a Robert Adam building with 4 tonnes of Courvoisier Punch.
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