The Museum of Everything returns with Exhibition #3 – an entirely new assembly of creations, artefacts and ephemera by the unknown artists of society.
Created and curated with legendary pop artist and collector, Sir Peter Blake, Exhibition #3 takes the form of a giant temporary artwork inside the museum’s original Primrose Hill space, featuring some of Peter’s latest discoveries as well as a never-before-seen recreation of Walter Potter’s taxidermy museum.
Must be something in the (h)air but I literally cannot stop marvelling at these visionary hair hats by Nagi Noda. Made using ahem, yeah, real hair.
Anyone that knows me IRL will know my obsession with animals, millinery and really big hair up-do’s. Bringing all of those elements together into one multiversal form is much like being a kid at Christmas (for me)… and I’m unapologetic in this belated excitement. My only shame is existing in ignorance – to this point.
“The only real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes but in having new eyes” Marcel Proust
Paperself, the London based design collective is pushing the frontiers of ethical beauty into a new dimension. Founded by Chunwei Liao in 2009, the aim of Paperself is to unite artists, designers and manufacturers from East to West in offering contemporary alternatives for eco-conscious living.
Our fellow fluorescent friends over at Neon Monster debuted the latest member of their monster family at DesignerCon 2010 in Pasadena this weekend – introducing Mini Circuitous Psnail.
The addled love-child of two Woodstocking Gastropods, Circuitous Psnail is one precocious mollusc! Check-in with your psychedelic side with the 3-inch resin figures of Circuitous Psnail, an original character created by Reuben Rude and Neon Monster, sculpted and poured by Los Angeles resin guru Julie B of Pretty in Plastic.
LOVE MOVEMENT is an art show using vinyl toys to deliver universal messages about love. Presented by Danke Schoen and Shin Tanaka.
After reflecting on the lack of love in the world, recently married artists, Shin Tanaka and Nao Shimojo, sent blank versions of their character toys to over 50 other artists around the world, including some who are also couples. The artists were asked to customize the toys with their designs and be part of the LOVE MOVEMENT.
Welcome to our new portfolio site and studio blog. Come on in! It’s a bit more grown-up but we’ve still dotted a few of our trademark hidden surprises round the site! Go discover them…
Illustration is a monkey business – literally!
New York City based illustrator and founder of Dr. Sketchy’s Anti Art School, Molly Crabapple, is renowned for her Gorey-esque damsel illustrations depicting burlesque and theatrical scenes, cleverly (and intricately) detailed to both tickle and tease the senses.
Learning to develop Magento is tough, be under no disillusion! Magento is a complex beast and unlike many other open source platforms, it’s absolutely massive, with an obscene number of tables, lots of files and plenty going on with each page request! So I thought I would try to build a monster Magento resource list / advice for new developers right here…
Andy Irons, I surf because… (short film)
3X World Champion Andy Irons has passed away. Sad, sad news for his family and the surfing community. Read the official Billabong press release at Surfer Mag. Aloha Andy, rest in peace.