I’ve read a couple (but certainly not all) of the essential Douglas Coupland books and love his ability to identify, embody and express what is going on in the world at a particular time. His expression comes from his writing and his art. This piece from artsy.net is a bold and fascinating account of the present and future of art, as a result of the changing world. Enjoy!
Self expression is a beautiful thing, and this video is just beautiful to watch. Here’s to getting energized for the weekend and getting
There’s no question about it… love and relationships are complex. In the spirit of ‘a picture being worth a thousand words’, I think this lovely illustration by Richard Mcguire for a 2010 June edition of The New Yorker speaks quite profoundly on the subject. It’s also a beautiful cover. Vive l’editorial!
For those of us living in colder northern climates (particularly in the winter), a warm vacation feels like a serious luxury and escape. I do, however, find the extreme contrast in climates and even lifestyle which goes along with such a vacation to be almost surreal to the point that, upon returning home, we wonder if it really happened. Taken on the beach in Rincon, Puerto Rico.
I randomly found this lovely installation by (I believe) Alphons ter Avest of the Netherlands. I’m not sure what the intention is but it feels like the distant cousin of this project
It’s not often that I promote work from big international studios but this case study in particular by Paula Scher of Pentagram NYC is an exceptional example of what design and more specifically typography can do for a brand. The Public Theater project is one of the seminal graphic design projects in recent history (1994 – present). This past year, Paula Scher has transformed the lobby and maintained the brand through and through. Nice one.