This is an advert for Coca-Cola, currently appearing on a number of bus shelters and street hoardings around Belfast. The SimCity-style recreation of the city suggests that Coke have employed a creative team who can whip one of these up for every major city they choose to advertise in. That said, they’ve got plenty ofContinue reading “Sim-City-Coke!”
Wait-whaaaaart? more info coming soon. word.
I had an absolute nightmare getting to the airport yesterday. My flight back to Chicago was at 8:55am. I thought that I had to get back to the office at AREA, but alas the people i was working with are all not in Chicago aswell! So here’s some advise to y’all. DON’T book an earlyContinue reading “I hate flying – FACT”
I’m finding it diffilcult keeping 2 blogs at the same time! here is some work ive been working on And you can keep up 2 date with just a very small amount of stuff that i’m upto in Chicago here: http://chitownsmizz.tumblr.com/ SO HOLLA AT ME BITCHES!
http://www.purple.fr/journal.php?p=112 this is what real awesome design and magazines are like. Number 1English Version 2010 – Yearly298 pagesCover color, inside black on grey paperCahier 01 Marcel Cohen, 10 textsCahier 02 Living in JapanCahier 03 FranceCahier 04 ThoughtsCahier 05 Comunal ArgeaCahier 06 LisboaCahier 07 CharactersCahier 08 Winter GarmentsCahier 09 New York Now and ThenCahier 10 Buenos Aires, Guillermo Ueno’s Favorite PeopleCahier 11 IdolsCahier 12 AdventuresCahier 13 Szymon Zaleski, The Semitic TragedyCahierContinue reading “A really cool magazine”
Tomorrow evening in Chicago: John Stewart Trying hard to see stars through a daytime sky.
Looks like an interesting film… an ode to the late Julius Shulman.
The constant flowering of bohemia is not a construct of advertising, nor of the whims of a dozen infamous gallerists. It is the generational engine of youth culture, alive and well, striving at the border of the mainstream, throwing out its various statements while at the same time contributing to a community that has registeredContinue reading “bushwick biennial!”
Sculptural interventions by Michel de Broin.