Archive for March, 2009

Rosalie Gascoigne, Road Sign Collage

Posted in Art, Exhibitions, Typography with tags on March 30, 2009 by mrlolly



Exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria Melbourne. Rosalie Gascoigne (Australian, 1917-1999)


St. Mary Street, Cardiff, Wales

Posted in Photography on March 27, 2009 by Adam Tickle







See the whole set here.

Supreme @ FiftyFifty Bristol

Posted in Fashion, Streetwear on March 26, 2009 by vetika

Danny Wainwright‘s skatestore, 5050, has just received a batch of Supreme gear.

With rumours last year of James Jebbia flying over to scope out for a premises, Dover Street Market with a pop up shop and now 5050, added to that a poster campaign that’s run for the last 2 years in London, surely they are preparing for a London store?

And yes Morgan, we all clocked that hat you wore today…!


Posted in Exhibitions, Graphic Design on March 24, 2009 by Adam Tickle


Support the good pupils of Bath Spa university.

Friday 3 April 2009/ 6 – 8pm

The Dray Walk Gallery/

Brick Lane, London E1 6QL

We Are In Progress

New Skateboard Graphics

Posted in Graphic Design, Illustration, Product Design on March 21, 2009 by vetika

No sooner do I mention Michael Leon (in my previous post about does he pop up again, writing the foreward and showcasing some of his work in a new book about skateboard graphics. Books about skateboard graphics have been done before, some good, some bad. This one features one of my personal favourites Evan Hecox, Arkitip cohort and artist for Chocolate skateboards, so this one’s definitely on the ‘must have’ list.


Evan Hecox book spread

Evan Hecox book spread

 Michael Leon for Rasa Libre (RIP)

Check out some of the boards Michael Leon did for the now defunct Rasa Libre. What could be more awesome than an octopus floating in space?

I’ll tell you:

Nothing could be more awesome than an octopus floating in space.


Posted in Art on March 20, 2009 by rolfie1



Julien Breton

Posted in Typography on March 20, 2009 by vetika

Julien Breton

Julien Breton. Amazing – calligraphy with long exposure photography. And light sticks.

Notice how he’s working in 3D as well, following the tiling in the floor to create the 90 degree ‘corner’. Sick.