Saul Bass. Before I ever met him, before we worked together, he was a legend in my eyes. His designs, for film titles and company logos and record albums and posters, defined an era.
The History Of Dance Music In One Handy Timeline
Okay this is just disturbing…
Ever since Steve Jobs died October 5, we’ve seen countless homages—some classier than others—but Genis Carreras’s blows them all away: It’s a portrait of Jobs built from the parts of a disassembled Apple laptop.
A South Carolina-based artist creates an insanely complex sculpture out of 70,000 stir sticks! See more…
R.E.M.’s New Album Cover Is A Shiny, Happy Animated GIF!
The daring young designers at Studio Job get their first comprehensive retrospective at the Groninger Museum in the Netherlands.
They have made “Rock Sofas” that resemble giant geodes. They have skewed cabinets to look like reflections in a carnival mirror. They have inlaid tables with skulls and cross bones
(Above) One of Studio Job’s signature icons, Pouring Jug II. See more.
Dutch designer Marije Vogelzang reinvents the eating experience.
The knitted casings of the Cuddly Sausage (pictured above) hope to draw a connection between the fuzzy animals we hold and the fuzzy animals we eat.
Gravity defying self-portraits from Hayashi Natsumi. Supposedly there’s no cables or Photoshop trickery here… which must mean this girl is a very good jumper.
You’ve gotta see Jascha Hoffman’s new video for “Some Hungry Guy.” It’s made out of 100-year-old newspaper comics!
Would you fire a metal projectile at your own throat if it were protected by a nanoceramic?