Art & Photography

Portal & Focus

These awesome prints are actually by the designer I work with at Alice. He’s fabulous at transforming my sad-looking wireframes into works of marketing genius, but he also creates real works of art. He’s been recognized in a variety of areas, most recently with several collaborations with Urban Outfitters and Society 6.

Check out Jerod’s portfolio on Cargo and Behance.

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Places on Earth

I love maps. I mean, I really, really loooove maps. Which is strange, because I don’t have a good sense of geography. But maybe if I hung this up in my place, that would improve. You can also mark all the places you’ve been. The print comes with 202 pins to chart your path. 200 of the pins are black, one of them is red and one of them is blue. Red is for headquarters, blue is for next target.

Oh, the places you’ll go!

$180 at You and Me, The Royal We.

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Landscape Serene

What can I say? I’m a sucker for monochromatic landscapes.

by Misha De Ridder via BOOOOOOOM!

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Rock, Paper, Mineral

I’m kind of liking these rock mineral paintings by Carly Waito. Remember when you used to collect these from the rock shop?

via BOOOOOOOM!

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The feeling of the Midwest

These photos from Peter Baker are from Michigan, but they could easily be in Wisconsin or Illinois too, don’t you think? They remind me a lot of walking around campus housing or driving just past the city.

So glad Winter is ending…

via BOOOOOOOM!

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What’s the best way to get recognized?


Frank Chimero answers the question with a print from Jenny Holzer. I used to study Holzer in high school. If you don’t know her, go check her out.

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Go Well Go Shell

Love the rainbow arrows creating movement all over these vintage Shell Oil posters dating back to 1964. The series was created by Australian designer Frank Eidlitz.

via Grain Edit via The Silver Lining via Re:collection.

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Nightscape

By Nathan Ward.

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Fear Not

What’s your worst fear? Ignorance? Credit cards? Smallpox? Illustrator Brian Rea has collected so many fears over the years that they fill up a 7-meter-by-3.5-meter wall. An exhibition entitled Murals that opened at the Joan Miró Foundation in Barcelona last week gave Rea a chance to not only face, but also trace, his worst fears.

via Fast Company.

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Hiroyuki Hamada

By Hiroyuki Hamada via BOOOOOOOM!

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Felix Rodriguez, again

More from Felix Rodriguez. See my first post on his collages here.

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Giggle Juice

$30, By Tom Colmans at Society 6.

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