Monthly Archives: March 2008

Mark Jenkins – Incredible public installation art

Mark Jenkins makes very interesting 3-d pieces of art and installs them in various places in the city and in nature. There is a lot of stuff on his site and it is very worthy of checking out. I especially love the Merry-Go-Round in the trees. via The Serif

Seven-nine – Wood + art = nice.

Seven-nine is a small collection of one person’s paintings and prints that seems to mostly be either about trees and wood, or actually made on wood. I really love wood grain, and it’s nice to see paintings that embrace it.

Amazing vintage Kix cereal box design

General Mills has put out some vintage versions of some of their cereal boxes at Target. When I saw the Kix version, I was awestruck. It is so clean and and confident compared to the horrible “hey look at me! I have shading, and exclamation points, and a close up image of fake cereal in [...]

Mike Lemanski – A portfolio full of great type design

Mike Lemanski makes impressive work, especially in his use of type. The incredible thing is that he is a recent graduate. I can’t wait to see what else he creates as he gets even more experience. via BlackEiffel

Marc Johns – Whimsical drawings on small surfaces

Marc Johns makes simple, but interesting drawings at a really small scale (sometimes on Post-it notes). via Swissmiss

Lab Partners – Pretty Little Prints

Lab Partners is a group out of San Fransisco that creates beautiful little prints and paintings. The amazing thing is that they sell them at a really affordable price on their Etsy store. The amazing-er thing is that they are giving one away every week on their blog! Be sure to check their Flickr page [...]

Huge collection of logos from the 1970′s

Here’s a great Flickr set of 121 pages of logos from the 1970′s scanned from the book “World of Logotypes”. Solid black on plain white, that’s the way to do it. None of those fancy gradients and reflection cop-outs that you see everywhere these days. Just pure balance, harmony, and simplicity. via Metafilter

Diem Chau – Crayon Sculptures

Diem Chau makes these amazing little scupltures carved out of crayons. There is a lot of other great work in that site as well.

Boulder, Colorado to be the first “Smart Grid City”

(click the image for bigger view) Exel Energy announced that it would make Boulder, CO the first “Smart Grid City”. Which basically means they are creating some sort of energy program that is self aware and able to make itself more reliant, efficient, and greener. There’s a video on that page that explains it in [...]

Jan Von Holleben – Dreams of Flying

I’ve fallen in love this photo set by Jan Von Holleben called “Dreams of Flying“. It’s a shame the book is already sold out. via The Serif

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