Nico189 -> Flickr Design Photo Set

Milan, Italy based designer dubbed as ‘Nico189’ has got some pretty fresh stuff up on his Flickr stream lately. His portfolio site and behance page are also a solid source for fresh ideas and inspiration.
Visit -> http://www.flickr.com/photos/nico189
Visit -> http://www.nico189.com/
Visit -> http://www.behance.net/nico189

Aaron Gustafson -> Photography

The photos of NYC Parsons grad Aaron Gustafson are hauntingly interesting. They seem to have a combination of depth and simplicity that combined, to me, act as a kind of visual stimulant. His works are as powerful as they are tranquil. His portfolio is very much worth a click through.
Visit -> http://www.aarongustafson.net

Dictaphone Parcel -> Lauri Warsta

Dictaphone Parcel from Lauri Warsta on Vimeo.
Notes from Vimeo:
Animated short film, Royal College of Art, London, 2009
Dictaphone Parcel is an animation based on a sound recorded with a dictaphone travelling secretly inside a parcel. As the hidden recorder travels through the global mail system, from London to Helsinki, it captures the unexpected. We hear a […]

Todd Slater -> Rushmore Print + Baubauhaus.com

A number of interesting discoveries came from my recent discovery of this ‘Rushmore’ print by illustrator Todd Slater. First off, the print itself, I’m a huge fan of Bill Murray and the movie Rushmore and poster prints. Win + Win! Unfortunately it’s sold out on Todd Slater’s site. Hopefully he’ll print up some more for […]

Grafitti Art Collection -> Jake Dobkin

Flickr is a big part of my world. I check in with it daily, I’ve made really great connections, learned a lot, it’s honestly much more of a social destination than most people consider it to be. One of my favorite contacts is Brooklyn based Jake Dobkin of graffiti arts blog  streetsy.com. He’s amassed an […]

Mark Mawson -> Painting in Water

Mark Mawson’s collection of underwater photography is one of the best of it’s kind that I’ve seen. His ability to conjure up amazing shape with great complexity, texture, light and color is fascinating. I would be very interested to see how his process works, he’s obviously lighting them from below, I’m curious about the overall […]

Life Cycles -> Mountain Biking Teaser

Life Cycles OFFICIAL Trailer from Life Cycles on Vimeo.
This ‘Life Cycles’ teaser looks pretty amazing. The cinematography and soundtrack definitely gives it an edge that’s cuts through the clutter of other cycling films out there. Have a look.
Notes taken from Vimeo:
The “official” Life Cycles teaser starring… Graham Agassiz, Mike Hopkins, Matt Hunter, Cam McCaul, Riley […]

Kilian Martin -> A Skate Escalation

When I was a young towheaded skate rat, a guy named Rodney Mullen was responsible for blowing my mind with his otherworldly, elevated and almost ‘upper crusty’ skateboard tricks, and on a really narrow board that was just unexplainable at a time when decks were FAT. I also remember his deck graphics being one of […]

Bike by Me -> Custom Bicycles

This is an efficient and well designed custom bike shop called ‘Bike by Me’. In short, you have some fun picking the colors, pay up and ride away, all that usually in less than one week’s time. The fixed gear (track bike) 4130 CrMo frame and fork design is of high quality and shows up […]

My Photography Update -> Shooting with the Canon 7D

You may have noticed (probably not), that I haven’t posted in about a week. In case this is your first visit to circuitbreaks, that is a rare occurrence. I usually post 4-5 times a week… What have I been doing? Well, I took some time off around Labor Day, saw some bands at ‘Bumbershoot‘, the […]

Chromaroma Visualisations -> Mudlark

Chromaroma Visualisations from Mudlark on Vimeo.
This visualization ‘game’ is powered by one’s Oyster Card in and out of the London Tube. It records your movements and trips as well as tracking others, as a result promoting more use and exploration. At the very least the rendering is a visual treat. Have a look.
Visit -> http://www.chromaroma.com/

RENFE 'Pop Up' Designs -> Lele Gestoso Saa

These pop-up designs created for RENFE’s (Spanish National Rail Network) new fleet of trains, by artist and designer Lele Gestoso Saa are pretty incredible and extremely entertaining to look over. I posted a little over a year ago about some of her designs under the creative group name called ‘Serial Cut’ but I had not seen […]