It hast to be seen to be believed. Here.
Archive for June, 2008
The above work is by photographer Koen Demuynck a name that just rolls of the tongue. Anyway, he’s got some nice commercial light hearted work on his site, but when you delve into his personal portfolio things begin to get a bit twisted like the pic above. Check out his work here.
The unfortunately named Mike Hunt…er, has added a subtle twist to the mini-world pics floating around at the mo. He’s used real actors and dressed them up like toy soldiers. Nice. See more of his stuff here.
QOTSA front man loses his cool with an emo. Whatever you do, do not throw things at QOTSA.
Allo peeps. Yes I’m back from a sunny work trip to San Diego and an even sunnier holiday to Cornwall. Sorry I haven’t been keeping the blog up to date, but have you tried getting internet access in the west country? It’s rubbish. And isn’t Cornwall where the wireless was invented? Anyway, couldn’t help but notice this story about kids from The Cornwall, using Google earth to find houses with pools and then arranging a pool party via facebook. Crazy yout’s. Read more here.
Their seems to be quite a thing at the moment for crossing over sports. Like this ad for Nike and this fabulous work for sky sports by Tim and Tom at brothersandsisters. Well done boys.
Sorry I haven’t updated the blog for a few days. I’ve been in The America filming. I’m back now but not for long as I’m away again tomorrow. And in true laziness style I didn’t even find this film. Thanks Olly.
Position art is fast becoming the art of choice for the multimedia generation. Basically, you use your mobile’s gps system to plot a journey and the resulting chart of your progress reveals images such as the one above. Find out more here.
Ok the idea is pretty straightforward, but I like it. On cab, one song, one take. Taxi for Sunset Rubdown.
If you’ve got a swanky nokia n95 or something similar you can take a pic of the above QR code and it will take you straight to iloverubbish. Oh, you are already on the blog, reading this…ummm. Well, you could make it into stickers or for the fashion conscious among you, why not have it designed into a one off scarf.