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zombiebacons:

"METROPLASM" Regular Version
24” x 36” Five color Screen-print
on White Cougar Smooth paper
Printed by Seizure Palace, Portland OR

For the Officially Licensed Ghostbusters 30th Anniversary show for Gallery 1988 and Sony.
Available from the traveling art show in NYC, Chicago, LA and San Diego Comic Con.
More info here: www.ghostbusters30th.com
For more updates, follow me here:

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zombiebacons:

"METROPLASM" Regular Version

24” x 36” Five color Screen-print

on White Cougar Smooth paper

Printed by Seizure Palace, Portland OR

For the Officially Licensed Ghostbusters 30th Anniversary show for Gallery 1988 and Sony.

Available from the traveling art show in NYC, Chicago, LA and San Diego Comic Con.

More info here: www.ghostbusters30th.com

For more updates, follow me here:

Twitter  |  Facebook  |  Website  |  Blog  |  Store  |  Behance  |  Instagram

(via superpunch2)

Oh look—my alma mater!

Oh look—my alma mater!

(Source: citizendev, via tehawesomeness)


Eartha Kitt performing in Las Vegas, 1955

Because Eartha Kitt motherfucker.

Eartha Kitt performing in Las Vegas, 1955

Because Eartha Kitt motherfucker.

(Source: vintagegal, via happyhealthyhumanoid)

thekidshouldseethis:

Imagine sky writing on the ground using water and a modified tricycle – this is Water Calligraphy Device by French Canadian media artist Nicholas Hanna

Inspired by the water and brush calligraphy of older artists in his local Beijing parks, Hanna converted a Beijing tricycle, called a san lun che, to digitally “paint” (or more accurately drip) Chinese characters onto the sidewalk. The characters write out Dongcheng District Propaganda phrases that are on banners and housing developments in the district.

The trike would catch quite a bit of attention in the streets, as seen in these two 2011 videos by Jonah Kessel. According to Kessel, the tricycle drips:

营造 未成年人健康成长的良好环境
Create a good environment for minors to grow up healthy

文明从脚下起步 奉献从身边做起
Civilization comes from every individual, to contribute from every little thing

树文明新风 做文明市民
Be a civilized citizen and build a civilized new atmosphere for constructing s cultured and civilized city

共建文明城区 共享美好家园
Build a civilized city for everyone to share a beautiful home altogether

做文明有礼北京人 建和谐魅力新东城
Be civilized and polite Beijingers, to build a harmonious charm new Dong Cheng district together

美德贵在坚持 文明重在行动
Virtue shows through long term persistence, civilization reflects by actions

和谐东城 你我共建
Harmonious Dong Cheng District constructed by you and me

建全国文明城区 做东城文明市民
Constructs the national civilized district, to be the civilized citizen of Dong Cheng District

The project was first shown at Beijing Design Week in 2011. Hanna now lives in Los Angeles where he works as an artist and designer.

Related videos in the archives: Robo-rainbow and Osaka City Station’s “water printer” fountain.

karenhurley:

The world is much better without hate.

Advertising Agency: IMAGO, Zagreb, Croatia Via

This. This is advertising I can get behind. 

(via alouettecosplay)

This Beautiful IMDb Redesign Concept Is Long Overdue

Beautifully executed and well thought out. 

I find abandoned theaters to be hauntingly beautiful. I personally derive massive amounts of pleasure from the movie experience, and enjoy going to theaters from all eras. The older theaters that are well-kept are amazing testaments to architecture and detail (The Paramount Theater in Oakland is one example) and they allow you to step back in time, if only for an hour or so at a time. Therefore the abandoned theaters elicit nostalgia and innocence I remember from childhood. Or another way to put it—they’re my graveyards for imaginative memories. 

(Source: wandrlust, via sweetmu)

beautifultype:

Martin Schmetzer published some of his sketches last week on Behance. Here is a quick selection of them.

Droooooooool.

(via tehawesomeness)

88floors:

A Chair with Spine by Devon Heath

(via theremina)

zombiebacons:

"METROPLASM" Regular Version
24” x 36” Five color Screen-print
on White Cougar Smooth paper
Printed by Seizure Palace, Portland OR

For the Officially Licensed Ghostbusters 30th Anniversary show for Gallery 1988 and Sony.
Available from the traveling art show in NYC, Chicago, LA and San Diego Comic Con.
More info here: www.ghostbusters30th.com
For more updates, follow me here:

Twitter  |  Facebook  |  Website  |  Blog  |  Store  |  Behance  |  Instagram

zombiebacons:

"METROPLASM" Regular Version

24” x 36” Five color Screen-print

on White Cougar Smooth paper

Printed by Seizure Palace, Portland OR

For the Officially Licensed Ghostbusters 30th Anniversary show for Gallery 1988 and Sony.

Available from the traveling art show in NYC, Chicago, LA and San Diego Comic Con.

More info here: www.ghostbusters30th.com

For more updates, follow me here:

Twitter  |  Facebook  |  Website  |  Blog  |  Store  |  Behance  |  Instagram

(via superpunch2)

Oh look—my alma mater!

Oh look—my alma mater!

(Source: citizendev, via tehawesomeness)


Eartha Kitt performing in Las Vegas, 1955

Because Eartha Kitt motherfucker.

Eartha Kitt performing in Las Vegas, 1955

Because Eartha Kitt motherfucker.

(Source: vintagegal, via happyhealthyhumanoid)

thekidshouldseethis:

Imagine sky writing on the ground using water and a modified tricycle – this is Water Calligraphy Device by French Canadian media artist Nicholas Hanna

Inspired by the water and brush calligraphy of older artists in his local Beijing parks, Hanna converted a Beijing tricycle, called a san lun che, to digitally “paint” (or more accurately drip) Chinese characters onto the sidewalk. The characters write out Dongcheng District Propaganda phrases that are on banners and housing developments in the district.

The trike would catch quite a bit of attention in the streets, as seen in these two 2011 videos by Jonah Kessel. According to Kessel, the tricycle drips:

营造 未成年人健康成长的良好环境
Create a good environment for minors to grow up healthy

文明从脚下起步 奉献从身边做起
Civilization comes from every individual, to contribute from every little thing

树文明新风 做文明市民
Be a civilized citizen and build a civilized new atmosphere for constructing s cultured and civilized city

共建文明城区 共享美好家园
Build a civilized city for everyone to share a beautiful home altogether

做文明有礼北京人 建和谐魅力新东城
Be civilized and polite Beijingers, to build a harmonious charm new Dong Cheng district together

美德贵在坚持 文明重在行动
Virtue shows through long term persistence, civilization reflects by actions

和谐东城 你我共建
Harmonious Dong Cheng District constructed by you and me

建全国文明城区 做东城文明市民
Constructs the national civilized district, to be the civilized citizen of Dong Cheng District

The project was first shown at Beijing Design Week in 2011. Hanna now lives in Los Angeles where he works as an artist and designer.

Related videos in the archives: Robo-rainbow and Osaka City Station’s “water printer” fountain.

writing-system:

Normotype N°1Roch Deniau
Source

writing-system:

Normotype N°1
Roch Deniau

Source

writing-system:

Normotype N°1Roch Deniau
Source

writing-system:

Normotype N°1
Roch Deniau

Source

karenhurley:

The world is much better without hate.

Advertising Agency: IMAGO, Zagreb, Croatia Via

This. This is advertising I can get behind. 

(via alouettecosplay)

This Beautiful IMDb Redesign Concept Is Long Overdue

Beautifully executed and well thought out. 

I find abandoned theaters to be hauntingly beautiful. I personally derive massive amounts of pleasure from the movie experience, and enjoy going to theaters from all eras. The older theaters that are well-kept are amazing testaments to architecture and detail (The Paramount Theater in Oakland is one example) and they allow you to step back in time, if only for an hour or so at a time. Therefore the abandoned theaters elicit nostalgia and innocence I remember from childhood. Or another way to put it—they’re my graveyards for imaginative memories. 

(Source: wandrlust, via sweetmu)

patrickschierer:

2014 Calendar…

patrickschierer:

2014 Calendar…

(via designiswellcool)

beautifultype:

Martin Schmetzer published some of his sketches last week on Behance. Here is a quick selection of them.

Droooooooool.

(via tehawesomeness)

88floors:

A Chair with Spine by Devon Heath

(via theremina)

About:

i am a designer, typographer, printer, image maker, thinker, ranter, walker, gawker, snowboarder, cycler, and kravist. i've lived in seattle, los angeles, and san francisco. i like lemon, ginger, and honey. this is my island for my misfit ideas.

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