Ian Berry is a Contemporary British Artist who uses an interesting medium to create his art - denim. It all started in 2006 when Ian was inspired by some old jeans he found while cleaning his room. Since then, he's been endlessly creating art using denim in their original form. Without any use of bleach or paint, Ian sifts through the thousands of jeans he has to find the perfect tones and . . .
Being the first day back from our week-long public holiday (I love China!), we definitely needed some colour in our day. ...and I certainly found it when I came across the rebranding of London-based design agency Dalziel&Pow. Their logo was first created 15 years ago and it was finally time for a fresh new look, so they made it all about bright colours, patterns, and expressive . . .
You often see images of London in all its glory - the big ben, London eye, Buckingham Palace, the red buses, and those London guards who don't seem to bat an eyelid. Viorel Popescu takes another view of the city, one that is authentic and shows a different side to it. Shooting from a different perspective with his handheld camera or iPhone 3GS, his images show his passion for life and . . .
I hate that the word 'Ping Pong' now reminds me of seedy bars in Thailand. Perceptions. Do not fear, there is nothing dodgy about this post... A new advertisement by Pepsi MAX features 1840 ping pong balls and mousetraps. Intrigued? Check out the video to see what happens. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v7YQT6BCuAE Crazy and strangely awesome. via AdWeek. . . .
This series of tableware would definitely be on my wishlist if I wasn't still skipping my way across the world every couple of years. David Shrigley, Turner prize nominated and Fourth Plinth commissioned British artist, designed his first ceramics collection for the Gallery at Sketch in London as part of the restaurant's program of artist collaborations. "I'm delighted to be working . . .
It's such a refreshing change to go into a place and see that every single corner has been branded properly. #designsnob you might say (accentuated by the cool hashtagging and all), but that's what working in an agency for years does to you. Roots & Bulbs does it exactly that - London's first cold pressed juice bar - with the help of branding agency Robot Food. Juicing is the industry to be . . .
Today's street art spotting (by David Walker): via MyModernMet . . .