Archive for June, 2010

Anish Kapoor

June 20, 2010

Amazing work by Turner prize artist Anish Kapoor, made during his transitional period in the 80’s, found via But Does It Float.



June 16, 2010

KESSELSKRAMER (yes this is their website), the agency with slightly different communication campaigns for companies such as Diesel, also has a publishing arm. Kesselskramer Publishing features publications that represent the ‘interests’ of creative thinkers behind the company – and I love each and every one of them. The books can be purchased in bookshops worldwide or at KK Outlet, a mix of shop, gallery and agency in London.

Strangers in my Photoalbum – People that accidentally join and participate in your photographs by appearing in the background

Anonymous – Are faces more important than bodies?

Bad Food Gone Worse– In an attempt to entice hungry customers …, chefs have taken it upon themselves to make photographs of their dishes.

Models – A collection of 132 German police uniforms and how they should be worn

Dada Archive

June 14, 2010

If you are, like me, a big fan of the Dada movement, you will love this archive of work by and about Dadaists – publications, information, links and more. As well as browsing through the visuals it is worth reading some manuscripts (although most of it is in German or French) or just enjoying the delightful word creations. The archive is curated by Timothy Shipe from The University of Iowa and can be found here.

Quirky cubes

June 7, 2010

Weird, home-made style furniture by architects/designers Uglycute from Sweden. My personal favourite, the psychedelic colour cube.

Reindeer Chair, purple

Clay bowl, made by dancers during a performance

(Not sure)

Bank, pink