Category Archives: art

PHO BO

Try to make your own “Pho” Vietnamese style of noodle soup using this IKEA style recipe. Really cool and cathy illustration. Created by New York based designer Ethan Buller

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Prime Big Series


An excellent initiative of the Belgian TV channel Prime to illustrate the distribution of the series.An original staging in the form of plastic figurines, each representing a set and the universe as a TV series Californication, Mad Men, Six Feet Under, Mad Men, Hung, Weeds, The Pacific, Boardwalk Empire e.t.c

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Japanese Food


Now this is cool. Japanese Designer Masaaki Hiromura merged Japanese typography (Kanji) with signs or food symbols. Combining these two elements makes it easier to understand Japanese characters. But it is also entirely readable by Japanese/Chinese speakers. The stoke and style of the kanji is also in line with the cleanliness of the icon, whether its an eggplant or an octopus.


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The world through Linda’s lens – Linda McCartney

Linda McCartney was born Linda Easman was born in New York in 1941. After went to school at University of Arizona, she finally settled in New York. In New York she began her photo career shooting rock portraits. Outside of her photography, which has been exhibited in over 50 galleries worldwide including the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, the National Portrait Gallery, London, the Bonni Benrubi Gallery, New York, and the International Center of Photography, New York. During her tenure as the leading photographer of the late 1960s’ musical scene, she captured many of rock’s most important musicians on film, including Aretha Franklin, Jimi Hendrix, Bob Dylan, Janis Joplin, Simon & Garfunkel, The Who, The Doors, and the Grateful Dead. This retrospective volume—selected from her archive of over 200,000 images—is produced in close collaboration with Paul McCartney and their children. As such, it is a moving personal journal and a lasting testament to Linda’s talent.







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Muhammad Ali Sculpture- Michael Kalish


Hail to the Greatest, the sculpture created by LA-based artist Michael Kalish, known best for his work with crafting portraits of American icons out of license plates and other found objects. He’s collaborating with architectural firm Oyler Wu to design the structure in which the bags are suspended. For his portrait of Muhammad Ali, Kalish using 1,300 punching bags, 6.5 miles of stainless steel cable, and 2,500 pounds of aluminum pipe to construct a 22-foot-high. It took him almost three years to complete, At the ceremony, Ali will hang the final bag



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MF DOOM-OPERATION: DOOMSDAY LUNCHBOX


DOOM’s own label Metalface Records is releasing the first complete & remastered version of OPERATION: DOOMSDAY, containing the original album, alternate versions, b-sides and instrumentals – 42 tracks total – with all new artwork and two deluxe, metal formats







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easy way out?


i wish there’s an “exit” sign in my life

Cécile Colle and Ralf Nuhn’s “Exit-Wall,” part of the Kinetica Art Fair, is a modular installation comprising 200 exit signs assembled by means of permanent magnets.

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