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Category Archives: Dan Bull

Inside the studio of photographer Cindy Sherman, via Wallpaper

Rietveld Chair, built from a left-handed drawing (Julien is right-handed, I hope). Found at But Does It Float

This guy knows his way around a pen and a bit of paper — via Booooooom

Quenched Consciousness is a cracking little Tumblog exploring the work of Jean Giraud, aka Gir, aka Moebius. Some NSFW, btw. Thanks to @TomGauld for the twitteration

The graceful beauty of a traditional Japanese stone garden is the prime inspiration for the new Lomo LC-A+ White Japan Edition. The camera comes with a white edition of the Lomo L-Case. Limited Edition, worldwide only 1000 pieces available! via @grafikmag

American Lookalike, new work by Emil Hartvig. Good stuff.

Victor, by Christophe Robillard.

Half-inched from Stuart Hobday.

A project by Happiness Brussels — Designed by Anthony Burrill


Limited edition of 200 posters, screen printed with oil from the Gulf of Mexico disaster

All benefits go to CRCL (Coalition to Restore Coastal Louisiana), a non-profit organisation dedicated to restoring the Gulf of Mexico’s coastal wetlands.

Buy one here.
Donate here.

I was going to treat myself to one of these, but I just spent my last spare £20,000 on 50 regular cameras.

Found at Hypebeast, via @Inventory_

Polly Morgan. Here or here.

In Flight Astro

On July 30, the Serpentine Gallery and the V&A are staging a unique overnight event of talks, films, experiments and a midnight feast in the Serpentine Gallery Pavilion 2010 designed by Jean Nouvel.

Incidentally, Wolfgang Tillmans is showing at the Serpentine until 19 September, his first major exhibition in London since 2003.

‘In Flight Astro’ — Wolfgang Tillmans. Image courtesy of Wolfgang Tillmans and Maureen Paley, London

For the Handmade issue, Wallpaper have brought together and briefed some of the world’s leading designers, craftsmen and manufacturers to produce unique furniture, fittings, foodstuffs & fashion. If you have any intention of holding onto your hard-earned, do not click here.

Our favourite intern, Will Beaumont, has just graduated and is now officially a grown-up — and his stuff is RatherNice™

Paul Blow

Behold, the best Devil ever, courtesy of Paul Blow

Taken from the Conservatives Manifesto, my favourite thing about this illustration is that none of the cogs actually interlock, implying an ironically more realistic possibility than was perhaps intended. Nice.

Damn, I wish I could read this — Fedra Hindi, by Peter Bilak & Satya Rajpurohit. Via DesignObserver

US photojournalist Charles Moore, whose work chronicled the civil rights era of the 1960s, died this week aged 79.

Ogilvy & Mather New York and Carmichael Gallery Present

Will Barras / Simon Birch / Boxi / Claudio Ethos / Mark Jenkins /
Labrona / Aakash Nihalani / Nina Pandolfo / WK Interact

March 5 – July 31, 2010
Ogilvy Chocolate Factory
636 11th Avenue

Donovan Wylie, Magnum photographer, Bafta-winning film-maker and Northern Ireland yo-yo champion, is nominated for the Deutsche Börse Photography Prize 2010 for his work on the Maze prison.

Go see Eberhard Havekost, showing at the White Cube, Hoxton Square, 26 Mar—1 May 2010