Posts from the Art / Illustration Category
In a move that demonstrates the Tate’s interest and commitment to breakthrough illustration, work by three Concrete Hermit artists (Anthony Burrill, Ian Stevenson and Andrew Rae) has been commissioned and will form part of the ‘Tate Modern Series’. Product launch and book signing is on Friday 31st July at the Tate Modern in London. To learn more about Concrethe Hermit you can read an interview we did with them a while ago here.
I was thrilled to receive a copy of this amazing book titled “Blogs, Mad about Design” in my mailbox today. This is what it is all about:
“Blog, weblog, logbook- these are the words of our time. Although blogs have existed since the end of 1990s, the flourished only in recent years. Weblogs gained its popularity as a medium to tell stories and develop thoughts through dialogue. With advancements in Internet technology, creating and publishing a blog is as simple as it is to check your emails. What makes the difference is, therefore, outstanding content. Blogs, Mad about design is a collection of the most interesting and exciting blogs that are related to graphic design.”
Inside the book you’ll find some “usual suspects” (including Yours Truly!) such as: COLOURlovers, CR Blog, Fubiz, I Love Typography, NOTCOT.org and many many more (500+ blogs are showcased in this hardcover book).
Published by maomao publications (Barceona, Spain)
Rhode Island School of Design Partners with the Threadless Select Series to Launch First-Ever Guest-Curated Series Collection Curated by RISD President John Maeda to Launch on November 6 Featuring Theme of Newness, with Exclusive Designs by Faculty Members. T-Shirts available @ TheSelectSeries.com.
“Part of Rebellion” shall be understood as the answer to all those books about street art, which are put into the market without having any relation to the scene. By a price of 14,90 EUR and coming in a handy format (128 colour pages, 15 x 18,8 cm), this book is very affordable. Every four months a new volume will be published, next artist will be Förtress‘ colleague Dave the Chimp from London.
available @ RockawayBear.com