Ad Busters

May 31, 2010

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Hickory, steel and sex appeal, the Best Made Company have released a range of hand-painted pocket axes in that come with a branded hickory handle and leather wrist strap. Never have I wanted to chop wood so badly.

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Movies, magazines and even burritos seem to be jumping on the 3D bandwagon these days. But I think it’s safe to say that  even James Cameron is sick of  the trend. Having said that, Italian graffiti artist Peeta has been creating three-dimensional graffiti for years and I for one would be happy if he kept it up for a few more.

Great Balls of Fire

May 16, 2010

The concept of light graffiti has pretty much been sucked dry by advertising execs across the land, but this photo series from Australian photographer, Denis Smith is something I’m yet to see.

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Lip Service

May 5, 2010

New York artist Julia Randall has created a series of seemingly perverse watercolour paintings of disembodied mouths. 

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May 4, 2010

Some interesting conceptual photography by French photographer Khong Nguyen.

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May 2, 2010

As a society, we’re used to overexposure. Vampires. Erectile dysfunction ads. Lindsay Lohan’s downfall. Often, the more exposed something becomes, the more we’re likely to turn off. Not so in the case of Hobo Gestapo’s series of photos, Overexposure. Thankfully, these stylish portraits are a welcome turn on. 

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In A Perfect World

May 2, 2010

California-based graphic designer Catrina Dulay has created an on-going illustration project  in order to celebrate our everyday nuisances.

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