Jeff Canham is a San Francisco based designer who has a really cool portfolio, I really love his designs, especially the poster above, made for Jack Johnson's tour.
You can also check his work in the new Surfer's Journal, Volume 18 NO. 3 - Summer ‘09. Enjoy!
by Vivi on Wednesday, June 17, 2009
Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn New York, 4 pm, August 2008 / Photo: Gabe Kirchheimer
Berlin, Germany, with Berlin Wall, August 1999
The Pedestrian Project consists of several performers wearing entirely black custom-made costumes modeled after the generic images of men, women, and children, it's like seeing those public signs from the bathroom's door coming to life!
This project started in 1990 and it was performed around the world, from New York City to The Netherlands.
It recently made an appearance in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, to help promote "Williamsburg Walks", an event which closed the streets for Pedestrians to use instead of cars during specified hours on the weekends.
This lovely work was created by Yvette Helin, an artist and costume designer living in New York City.
by Vivi on Monday, June 15, 2009
This is a stop motion puppet animation film, based on the short stories of Etgar Keret, which offers thoughts about the meaning of life.
A very well done animation film, that for me is worth more than $9.99.
If you are in the USA, take the opportunity to watch it. It will be released on June 19th.
by Vivi on Sunday, June 07, 2009
This is the trailer for the new Jack Johnson DVD which documents his 2008 summer tour across Europe, filmed by Emmett Malloy.
Finally it was confirmed the release date: October 26th (outside of US) and October 27th (US)
Click here for the tracking list.
Eighteen year old Australian photographer Matt Caplin surprises with his stunning shots. On his website he calls himself an advocate in the campaign for realer beauty.
There is absolutely no lack of beauty in his work that's for sure!
Check his work here.
This beautiful bag is made of synthetic paper, called Tyvek, 100% recyclable, extremely light but at the same time very robust. A silk-screen printing technique gave the material a particularly attractive look. To make this bag even more chic, the label has a sterling silver flake with an engraved diamond.
Get yours here!