Indoor Clouds -> Berndnaut Smilde

Amazing lighting seen within these ‘Indoor Clouds’ by Amsterdam artist photographer Berndnaut Smilde. I’m curious about his process, I’ll try to dig up some information.
Excerpt from his Site:
“Berndnaut Smilde’s work often draws upon the physical presence of transitional spaces. Places such as corridors, elevators, staircases and balconies interest Smilde as spaces that exist to be in […]

Raster -> 3x4 grid typeface

I dig this typeface coming from Feldkirch, Austria based designer David Gobber. It feels fresh and also seems to capture the essence of the Art Deco design style of an earlier era. I think it’s the suspended mid-waist of the ‘E’ that’s making me go there… He’s got a bunch of very nice, inspirational work on his […]

IKEA UPPLEVA -> Smart TV & Sound System

5 years from now we’ll be saying “remember when all of our home electronics had cables sprawling all over the place?”. Nice to see IKEA taking the lead on this.
Notes from YouTube Page:
“IKEA introduces UPPLEVA, a completely new range that integrates smart TV and sound system with furniture. UPPLEVA brings beauty and functionality to the […]

Where Things Come From -> Hardy Seiler

This animated short by Hannover, Germany based designer Hardy Seiler is beautifully done. Nice motion, illustration, clever transitions, interesting dialogue and overall message.  Have a look.
Notes from Vimeo:
“I just finished my Bachelor project – a short animated trailer for a fictional education tv-series.”
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Photographer -> Felix Odell

I’ve rediscovered the work of Stockholm based photographer Felix Odell this evening. His Buenos Aires photos (2010) were the first that caught my eye, but I’m absolutely captivated by ‘The Mist’ series of photos from 2009 as well. His whole collection is amazing and worth checking out.
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Soviet Cameras -> is a ridiculously great source of browsing entertainment. If you’re into all things retro… cars, products, events, people, places, you’ll have a good time checking out the content on their site. The Soviet camera collection is pretty impressive. I’d love to get my hands on an original Lomo.
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Leica Portrait -> Joel Meyerowitz

Notes from Vimeo:
“An award-winning street photographer who has been creating memorable images in the great photojournalistic tradition since 1962, Joel Meyerowitz pioneered the use of color in this slice of life genre, and his classic book on Cape Cod, “Cape Light” was instrumental in changing the prevailing dismissive attitudes toward color photography. An inveterate Leica […]

Snapguide -> DIY Guide App

We all like our projects, the things that keep us busy and entertain our minds. I’ve been spending a lot of time in my garden this spring and I’ve found sites like Pinterest and Tumblr to be very inspirational, but sometimes I have a tough time finding the ‘how to’ or instructional to actually create […]

Parra Mural SFMOMA -> Time-Lapse

Notes from YouTube:
“This time-lapse video documents the Dutch graphic artist Parra at work on his mural Weirded Out on SFMOMA’s second-floor landing over the course of several days.”
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Elle Perez -> Photography

I came across the photography of Elle Perez recently. I enjoy the sense of honesty and humanity that he’s able to capture within each scenario or series. I also like that he’s embedded his portfolio into his Tumblr blog. Pretty clever and definitely worth checking out.
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Jogja Hip Hop Foundation -> Intel

This beautifully shot documentary by executive creative director Richard Gordecky, sponsored by Intel, captures the Jogja Hip Hop Foundation (Indonesia). Stunning visuals and positive messages throughout. Definitely worth 7 minutes of your time.
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