mercoledì 30 marzo 2011

Josh Holland

Illustation by Josh Holland.

Kazuki Guzmán

Kazuki Guzmán: "I consider my art practice as part of a playful exploration of ideas and materials. The notion of ‘play’ is at the core of my art practice. I enjoy taking jokes seriously, until they become ‘art’ in one way or another. My artworks are often the accidental outcome of playful interactions between the materials and myself. I equally enjoy allowing my materials to define the context of my artwork, and conversely, the challenge of letting the context of my work dictate the material execution. Most of my inspirations arise from mundane events: a trip to the antique store, revisiting children’s books and toys, or buying groceries. Most importantly, I strive for intricacy and exquisite craftsmanship in my work, while focusing on not loosing my very whimsical sense of humor and play."

domenica 27 marzo 2011

Tomer Hanuka

Tomer Hanuka is an illustrator and a cartoonist based in New York City. He works on a range of projects for magazines, book publishers, ad agencies and film studios. His Clients include The New Yorker, D.C comics, Nike and Microsoft. He has won multiple gold medals from the Society of Illustrators and the Society of Publication designers, and was showcased in Print magazine and American Illustration. In 2008 a book cover he created won the British Design Museum award as part of the Penguin Classics Deluxe Editions. Waltz With Bashir, an animated documentary for which Tomer contributed art, was nominated for an Oscar in 2009, and won the Golden Globe that same year. Currently he teaches at the School of Visual Arts and is working on a graphic novel with his twin brother Asaf and writer Boaz Lavie.

site design by Rocket Society

Annie Collinge

Photos by Annie Collinge. Brooklyn, New York.

martedì 22 marzo 2011


Beast, who is he? We have seen over the last two years in Milan, with its totem / installations that often took aim at the Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi. Now Beast is moving to Berlin ... but the substance remains the same. A true campaign (fake) advertising, this time staged by posters written in German...

On the contact page stands the inscription: "Beast does not sell anything"