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In Celebration Of Metropolis.

This is an old piece by Pietari Posti, but I just wanted to share it. In January of 1927, the beautiful silent sci-fi film Metropolis was born. In collaboration with underware.nl artists created modern remakes of their takes on famous movie posters. Here’s Posti’s rendition for Metropolis. The 6-layered silkscreen print even glows in the...Read...
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Illustrations By Grant Coghill!

Grant Coghill‘s illustration style seems initially rather familiar, but it’s neither here nor there. That’s a good thing. By falling in between a number of illustration styles, Coghill somehow manages to craft a unique, 3-color aesthetic with his works. A dirty block print-meets-photocopier grunge texture plays a huge role in bringing his pieces to life....Read...
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Design a T-Shirt For The Yeah Yeah Yeahs!

The YYYs have put out a request for fans to design the t-shirts for their next tour! View the full details are at http://www.yeahyeahyeahs.com/tshirt/, but here’s what Miss Karen O has to say about it: “Hey Folks, all us YYYs have been avid collectors of t-shirts over the years, what can we say, WE LIKEY...Read...
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ladies love morning breath.

Rise and shine, suckers. Morning Breath is ’bout to knock you out with some effortless design. I’ve been checking out Morning Breath’s goods purely for their quirky typographic compositions, but I have to say, their illustration mixes are a sight for sore eyes too. The show should be off the hook, especially since they’re doing...Read...
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A Showcase of Graphic Design in San Francisco!

Craft museums are always interesting places, even if you don’t care much for crafts yourself. Crafty folks just have an innate ability to create displays and installations that make good use of three-dimensional space without feeling cluttered. From now until almost the end of April 2009, the San Francisco Museum of Craft + Design will...Read...
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Fiber Optic Wallpaper By Camilla Diedrich? What’s Next?

Camilla Diedrich is a Swedish designer who does all sorts of installation and textiles works, including some pieces for IKEA (what any good Swede should do)! Wallpapers, in their current common incarnations, haven’t quite lived up to their previous glories during the Renaissance and Victorian eras, but Diedrich’s newest “Nature Ray Charles Wallpaper” is bringing...Read...
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