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Kat’s Got Our Tongue.

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Share This.Kat J. Weiss busies our brains with a series of intricate illustrations that features a abundance of typography. The Hong Kong based artist is known for eccentric work that reflects her playful and intuitive process.

This.

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Share This.We dropped in on Maciej Ratajski looking for new work and found This. Displaying a consist knack for typography, Ratajski once again cuts artistic pretension down at the knees with matter of factly quips and sarcastic reiterations.

A Perpetual Calendar for a Perpetual Existence.

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Share This.Russian designer Arina Pozdnyak teaches how to “just live” with The Perpetual Calendar. Excluding the day and dates, Pozdnyak left only the months, integrating the minimalistic typography with brilliant landscape photography.

A Marquee for Your Thoughts?

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Share This.Victoria Crayhon‘s Thoughts On Romance From the Road is a hauntingly endearing series that provides a glaring look at our relationships with media. Modifying roadside marquees, Crayhon adorns them with pensively personal, and at times fragmented, messages that attract the attention of passing vehicles and pedestrians. Although Crayhon intentionally personalizes these messages, she creates an idiosyncratic experience that allows the work to resonate long after it is gone. “The experience Read More

Don’t We All, Alice? Don’t We All?

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Share This.The poster you see above feature complete original etchings and text from the literary classic, Alice in Wonderland. Created by BB ÷ KK, the quote laid over the original etchings and text derives from a line in Disney’s reinvention of story: “I just wish something would make sense for a change.” Want it? Buy it →here.← There are a few other variation of this poster involving Peter & Wendy, The Wonderful Read More

Even Stevenson.

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Share This.Last time we featured Ian Stevenson he was poking fun of the likes of Kim Kardashian and Princess Di. But today we feature his wit in a more minimalistic light–straight, no chaser, just the way any suffering artoholic likes it. Today’s feature also shows Stevenson going after art’s pretentious side. But What Does It Mean?, Abstract Bullshit, See the Light, and other prints are on available on Stevenson’s website.

Innocent Play.

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Share This.We stopped by Gallery Nine5 a little while ago and stumbled onto a pleasant surprise, the work of Jessica Lichtenstein. Currently in between exhibitions, Gallery Nine5 is presently hosting a modest collection of pieces from past shows. Although all the pieces are brilliant in their own light, Jessica Lichtenstein’s typographic anime based work had the strongest presence of all. Made from resin, Lichtenstein’s pieces address the objectification of women Read More

Money Can Buy Your Love.

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Share This.We currently have our eye on this stern poster by Nathan Gilson. Reading “Money Told You What to Love”, the print is accusatory but is nonetheless onto something. Is money ruling our affection? Pick up this print → here. ←

A Certain Type of Science.

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Share This.Graphic artist, Kapil Bhagat, brilliantly interprets the accomplishments of some well known scientists. Using typography, Bhagat illustrates the feats of Sir Issac Newton, Albert Einstein, Charles Darwin and many more. You can also get prints!

(Kraft)y.

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Share This.Egor Kraft enlightens the public with his series of humorous, but cruel, posters. The phrases are so cut and dry that the pleasant cleverness of the project become a mere afterthought. Sayings like, “Everyone is Fine, Nobody is Happy,” are ill reminders of how complacent we’ve become with a life that does not meet our standards.