Filed under: Quotes
You cannot plough a field by
turning it over in your mind.
From LA Times:
The Burbank store got pranked again this summer by David Seger, director of “IKEA Heights,” a dizzy comic melodrama shot guerrilla-style at the Burbank store. Seger and his buds Paul Bartunek and Tom Kauffman cooked up the show as an entry for Channel101.com’s monthly video competition. Seger and his crew have shot four episodes so far and have been collared only once by store staff.
– Thanks dad
by Stafford Cliff
I havent seen this book but I’d like to.
I’ll take one of everything, please.
affordable retro script fonts based on shop front letterings, wall paint advertisements and painted signs.
– Thanks Karen!
Life is a moving target.
Wieden+Kennedy for Target.
If advertisements are beautiful…. these sure are.
Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: The Small Stakes Music Posters
The Small Stakes Music Posters by Jason Munn
The Small Stakes — Renowned graphic artist Jason Munn—the one-man operation behind the studio The Small Stakes—is a leader in modern-day music poster design. Collected here for the first time are over 150 of his iconic posters for various bands, including Beck, Wilco, Built to Spill, the Flaming Lips, the Pixies, and many more. Unique in their conceptual elegance, Munn’s silk-screened posters are widely appreciated for perfectly evoking each artist or band’s character and distinctive sound. With a foreword by Death Cab for Cutie’s bassist Nicolas Harmer, an interview conducted by prolific poster artist Jay Ryan, and 6-color printing that showcases metallic silver and gold, this book is a beautiful celebration of art and music.
An online store: Ashes & Milk
Ashes & Milk is an online gallery space founded on the principle that a lot can be created from very little. We are driven by modern ideas with a reverence for traditional methods and believe that the things we bring into our homes should have a soul and a sense of history.
Our collection is a boutique of texture, organic materials, and nuances of white, brown, and gray. Each piece is made by hand – an original work of art. Created by one person, designed for one person.
Featured here, Tatara Zukuri Bowl by Yosinori Yamamoto