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Ed Fella's Posters 6/06

Hand drawn greatness from Ed Fella.



‘Don’t undertake a project unless it’s manifestly important and nearly impossible’
Edwin Land

The Polaroid is coming back…


Check out these butterflies. Laser-cut from vintage maps, charts, and plans. All are one-off originals and available to buy in glass fronted display cases. Made by my old mate Jo Warren.


Quality work from recent University of Applied Sciences graduate Tobias Roettger.

Property site using google maps. Nice.

Up to 500 MINI E will hit the streets in the US shortly. Carbon-free driving (zero carbon emissions!!!) powered by a 100 % electric motor, seamless acceleration to 100 km/h (62 mph) in just 8.5 seconds, and a top speed of 152 km/h (95 mph) – that’s big news for a small car.

Cold War Modern is the first exhibition to explore international developments in modern art, design, architecture and film in the context of the Cold War.

Over the past four years Kemistry in London has carved out a smart niche for itself as the only UK gallery dedicated to the art of graphic design. To celebrate the milestone they’ve called on eleven previous exhibitors to create a series of special pieces for a retrospective – from hand-drawn typography and one-off collages to lightboxes and limited print editions – now on show at the small but inspired East End studio.

2 new tv spots for The Today Programme on Radio 4. Particularly like the David Foldvari one.

New site from Tomato

Amazingly detailed, slightly unnerving photography by Gregory Crewdson. Some of his images sell for up to $1,000,000.


The work of TomášGabzdil Libertiny.


“It seems like everybody’s talking about the end of physical music media. Who knows whether they’re right or not, but Hard Format is a little place set up to celebrate our love of brilliant music-related design.”


MOS is an interdisciplinary practice focusing on architecture and design through research and the production of multivalent architectural objects. The work engages issues ranging from typology, digital methodologies, the physical context of structure, fabrication, materiality, and use; to the larger networks of social, cultural, and environmental. This process of radical inclusion and experimentation allows MOS to participate in design at a multiplicity of scales: from product design to exhibition design, from residential architecture to cultural centers.


There is something really cool about these…


Amazing what you can find in your attic.
Another one for our six collection.


Amazing images, beautifully presented.


Nice collection of design books by AisleOne.