The Nixon ART MOSH European tour landed in Munich for the first time on Sunday 6th and Monday 7th of February in partnership with ISPO and Factory Media. This latest editon of Nixon ART MOSH took place in Munich Old Post Office a warehouse-style loft space, which was the perfect spot to discover some emerging talent from the German art scene and an eclectic mix of fine artists, graphic designers, photographers and illustrators. Munich ART MOSH not only brought together artists from South Africa, Spain, Germany, […]
Electro label Ed Banger Records worked together with sneaker brand Etnies to release a collab sneaker, cheekily named “Ednies”. Only 300 pairs of the Ednies sneakers are only available worldwide, and it features the trademark Ed Banger Records style, which is characterized by the illustration and graphics done by in house artist, So Me.
Kaleidoscope is a platform consisting of the first international free magazine of contemporary art and culture, an independent publishing house editing books and catalogues, a project space for exhibitions and an art agency. Kaleidoscope issue 5 contents: Markus Miessen, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Zak Kyes, Ryan Gander, Slavs & Tatars, Dexter Sinister, etc . . .
De Fernand Baudin Prijs is een initiatief van een aantal leraren grafische vormgeving die actief zijn in de wereld van het boek. De eerste Brusselse edite wordt ondersteund door Brussel Export. België en meer bepaald het Brussels Hoofdstedelijk Gewest heeft een indrukwekkende traditie wat ‘het boek’ betreft. Deze Belgische know-how wordt te weinig gewaardeerd in vergelijking met, bijvoorbeeld, de manier waarop Nederland, Duitsland of Zwitserland hun boekproductie ondersteunen. Door de creatieve en innoverende krachten achter de boekproductie te steunen zal […]
Helvetica is a feature-length independent film about typography, graphic design and global visual culture. It looks at the proliferation of one typeface (which recently celebrated its 50th birthday in 2007) as part of a larger conversation about the way type affects our lives. Helvetica has been shown at over 200 film festivals, museums, design conferences, and cinemas worldwide. more info http://www.helveticafilm.com
Bob Noorda, an internationally known graphic designer who helped introduce a Modernist look to advertising posters, corporate logos and, in the 1960s, the entire New York City subway system, died on Jan. 11 in Milan, his adopted city. He was 82. “Don’t bore the public with mysterious designs,” Mr. Noorda once said, and he put that dictum into practice. He was a master of spare, elegant and logical designs that caught the eye, from minimalist corporate logos for the Italian […]