quinta-feira, 26 de novembro de 2009
quarta-feira, 25 de novembro de 2009
terça-feira, 24 de novembro de 2009
sexta-feira, 20 de novembro de 2009
quinta-feira, 19 de novembro de 2009
I know it is a bit old already, but I still really like it.
Advertised brand: JAKPETZ JAKARTA
Advertising Agency (Name, City, Country): Saatchi & Saatchi Jakarta, Indonesia
Chief Creative Officer: Andy Greenaway
Executive Creative Director: Juhi Kalia
Art Director: Aryanto Salim, Joel Clement
segunda-feira, 16 de novembro de 2009
It lasted for 40 hours before the Police cleaned the whole thing.
That's the real thing about street art, I guess: How it comes and goes so fast.
In the morning somebody showed up with a couple of plastic bags and started putting the coins into his bags. Apparently one of the neighbours saw this and thought this person is “stealing the artwork”, and called the police.
They showed up, talked to the guy with the bags, who had no problem with leaving everything right there. Somehow the police must have thought that is not enough to protect the artwork, and after trying to reach the owner of it, they decided to get into action themselves. They called a city cleaning company and cleaned up the whole square with brooms, and brought all the coins to a “safe” room at the police department.
quinta-feira, 12 de novembro de 2009
quarta-feira, 11 de novembro de 2009
“Poverty divides the world. Our governments have to put an end to this by 2015. Let’s unite and tie a knot to remind them. Stand Up! Tie your Knot.”
Advertising Agency: Grey, Milan, Italy
Executive Creative Director: Francesco Emiliani
Head of Art: Francesco Fallisi
Copywriter: Francesca Andriani
Art Director: Letizia Bozzolini
Art Buyer: Virginia Salvucci
3D/postproduction: Mozart studio
Account Supervisor: Emanuela Carnaghi
Published/Released/Aired (Month, Year): October, 2009
terça-feira, 10 de novembro de 2009
Animal ears are in, with bunny ears leading the way.
And, just in case you're wondering, yes, people are supposed to wear them on the streets:
Vintage Japanese silk, retro prints, sequined satin... Upholstery has never been so funky. Lucy Siegle meets two designers who have got it covered.
- The Observer, 26 March 2006
Squint opened in East London at the beginning of 2005, it was started by Lisa Whatmough a former Sculptor and Painter. Her initial desire was to showcase the antique textiles she had been collecting and found that a fusion of period furniture and fabrics made for unexpected one off pieces.
- Jaime, design-milk.com
You can find Squint here and here:
178 Shoreditch High Street
Personally, it somehow reminds me of Alice in Wonderland.
I like it.