Sour’s ‘Hibi no Neiro’ (Tone of everyday) Video

July 29th, 2009

Great music video by a band called SOUR. I love it when people “think out of the box” or in this case many boxes.

One of my favorite illustrators – Jeff Soto

July 29th, 2009

He’s done a great job of bridging the gap between illustration and fine art. The guys got skills.

Crap we wish we could do stuff like this!

July 15th, 2009

I love the trees and other cut paper look. This would look great as a wall decal.

White Box from makoto yabuki on Vimeo.

Scribble partners with Finroo to create limited edition bamboo tees

July 9th, 2009

Zap comic book styleBam Bam Bam

We collaborated with Finroo (limited edition graphic tee company) to take some of our Scribble designs and apply them to their fancy fresh bamboo tees. Check them out here.

Acura – Wall art Ad Spot

July 6th, 2009

Great stuff done in camera, no digital after effects here, Lovely. Done by Street Artists David Whittle and Henry St. Leger (Sainty). Directed by Ben Foley and Chris Hopewell (Collison Films)

AJ Fosik – Pretty darn cool Sculpture work.

July 6th, 2009

AJ Fosik Artist Profile from Kwality Media on Vimeo.

Vintage video – Solid Potato Salad

July 6th, 2009

This a cool, but bizarre, video I found from Swiss Miss blog which she found on The Sister Project. Enjoy.

What is it with Mustaches these days?

July 2nd, 2009
Mustache card

Mustache card

Personally I think they are pretty cool when done right. I have the top right version, the misses calls it “JETHRO”, but I am sure there is an official name for it. What makes them so popular lately, what global pheromone told all the males in the world to start wanting to grow facial hair? You know you want one… even if you can’t grow one.

The Lost Tribes of NYC

July 2nd, 2009

Urban anthropologists Andy & Carolyn London interview some of New York City’s more overlooked citizens.

Great stop motion animation taking urban objects using them to tell the stories.

Interview with Dieter Rams

July 1st, 2009

Less, But Better – an interview with design legend Dieter Rams. I love that design is finally getting its due. I hope it keeps going and the public always demands it.