A print to bring Gene P to tears, Evan Hecox has produced the work above using imagery that he created in Paris. Buy it now
4 color silk screen print on Neenah Environment paper
FSC certified fibers, chlorine free
(20% FSC, 80% post consumer fiber)
Signed and numbered by the artist
20 x 16 In. (50.8 x 40.64 cm) | Edition Of 50
Initially intrigued by the boastfulness of their name (not to mention their stunning “crowns” card), Brooklyn’s own enormouschampion is a brilliantly tidy (read: small but mighty) design group / stationer started by photographer Jordan Provost and design director Jason Wong who are responsible for all of the letterpressing, printing and production of every cleverly-designed and perfectly-executed piece.
Collaborating occasionally with artists who have included Tim Fite (bike series) and Erik Marinovich (nautical series), their work taps into those perfect artful sentiments for moments that may require impact, yet something a bit less sappy. They’ve outdone themselves with their newest sets aptly titled “Bats & Bunnies” and Seagulls & Eagles,” inspired by houndstooth and herringbone woven fabric patterns, respectively. These two sets will undoubtedly join many of their other cards and prints as framed pieces on the walls here at headquarters and at home.
Visit their Etsy shop to check out what they currently have on offer, read an interview with J & J at The Scout and head over to Misosouper for a chance to win a limited edition “All Good Things” print.
Found this on ffffound. A simple use of a gif can have amazing results.
I used to have this pair of Vans in the late 80′s, and if the company is smart enough to bring back the black version with the turquoise pirates, I will have them again the late 00′s.
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You would think they would be royalty? This family recieves £22000 tax free a year because they are just too fat to do anything but watch TV and eat.
‘We love TV. It’s on from the moment we get up. Often I’m so tired from watching TV I have to have a nap.’
The family claim to spend £50 a week on food, including chocolate, chips and pies, and consume 3,000 calories each a day.
De La Soul, The Magic Number, 1989
I wish I could say this t-shirt was only available in women’s sizes.
Limited signed Uamou Dunny available from the artists website. Buy it now as it is very limited
A little Kenny Powers for the weekend
As a nod to the Enablist, we’re going to continue the friday skateboarding theme. Airing this week, Patrick O’Dell caps off his season 2 series on Lakai’s Fully Flared vid with a spot on the comeback kid: Guy Mariano. 2 Episodes already posted here, more to come soon if VBS and O’Dell can stop skinny dipping together and giving each other hand jobs long enough to worry about Gene P’s feelings.
Created as an extension for the Wettingen School, the cafeteria was designed by mlzd architect.
The building envelope, composed of a homogeneous coverage of black anodized aluminium sheets, plays with the light that seeps between the silhouettes of the flowers and leafs cut out of the aluminium sheets. The new cafeteria has a rural character and part of a the conceptual and formal analogy with the traditional farm, which makes the volume, types and structural features of the interior space.
For more info and pics go here.
This is an interesting collaboration that I am too lazy to explain on my own. Here are some bullet points from the press release…
- Sagmeister has developed a series of designs that explore the jean that started it all – the Levi’s Original, Button-Fly 501
- The installation will unveil the first two Sagmeister images from the special art series created for the Levi’s
- Levi’s brand and American Rag stores in Los Angeles and San Francisco will distribute a limited run of 501 museum-quality, poster reproductions of the Sagmeister images featured in American Rag’s windows this March.
- Sagmeister took Levi’s Original button-fly 501 and examined its origin and mystique, literally stripping the iconic silhouette down to the raw materials that compose its DNA. “The jeans themselves are iconic, so we decided to go with just a product shot, using nothing more and nothing less than a single pair of 501s,” Stefan explains.
Galets created by the French designer Ludovic Renson features a low roto-molded table and stools. They are chrome-painted with a bamboo insert on the surface.