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February 9, 2010

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Karl Grandin

January 31, 2010

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Animal Sweater
In the Animal Sweater pattern, 180 animal shaped logos are set free.

The World According to Garp

Image for Weidenfeld & Nicolson’s 60th anniversary release of the iconic John Irving novel. The book is part of a special limited edition of nine classic novels designed by Fallon. Each book has a raw board cover featuring a die-cut window which exposes a portion of the endpaper beneath. The endpaper designs were commissioned from nine different artists, one for each novel.

Hove

Poster for the 2009 edition of the annual Norwegian music festival Hove. 70×100 cm, printed in a five color and a four color version. Together with Björn Atldax.

Poster for the 2008 edition of the Hove festival. Together with Björn Atldax.

The Garden of Earthly Delights

Permanent graffiti in one of the restrooms at restaurant Riche in Stockholm, painted together with Björn Atldax, 2008. The Garden of Earthly Delights is an interpretation of an altarpiece triptych created by Hieronymus Bosch in the early sixteenth century.

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Mellanförskapet

Visual indentity for the cultural activist group Mellanförskapet, The Betweenship.

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Nightlife

The Nightlife Owl was projected onto the side of the Stedelijk Museum/Post CS building during the night of Art Beat, an art event in connection to the Amsterdam Museum Night in 2005.

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Seven color mosaic artwork in the restrooms of restaurant Tranan in Stockholm, 2005.
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Shaz Madani

January 18, 2010

very cool designs made with paper and usage of negative space.
visit his site.

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txtBOMBER: Felix Vorreiter

December 28, 2009

txtBOMBER is a writing device used by a single hand; designed by Felix Vorreiter. It ables you to leave guerrilla slogans on walls 🙂
Semi-automatic, seven slots connected to sensors are dragged horizontally along the wall on two wheels and your slogan will be printed on the wall in no time!

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Watch how;

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she is a great hand-lettering artist whom you’ve probably heard of.
see more of her work here.

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Gym Class Magazine

December 2, 2009

I liked the concept.
Graphic&typographic design? Not so much.
Tell me what you think.

“Gym Class Magazine is a zine for the guy chosen last. What does that mean? Well, it’s a zine for the underdog, the black sheep. Remember your high school gym class? The bit where two kids were made captain and took turns choosing who they wanted on their team? Well, Gym Class Magazine is a zine for the guy chosen last.”

Here you can find a flip-through of Gym Class Magazine #4:

GCM #04 flip thru from Gym Class Magazine on Vimeo.

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A Minimalist Gmail Skin

December 1, 2009

Are you looking for a simplistic gmail skin? Anyone? Here is Helvetimail…

Please note that this is originally Jon Hicks’ design for Helvetireader. Josef Richter applied it to Helvetimail and Helvetwitter. See also Ad Taylor’s Helvetical.

WHAT TO DO:
Select “Minimalist” theme in Settings>Themes in Gmail.
Helvetimail makes use of the icons from that theme.
For any possible complications with your browser, visit and follow the steps.

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