jeudi 9 décembre 2010

Urban Poetry

Street Art from French artist OaKoAk

Mais où est Charlie?

mardi 9 novembre 2010

Brand new Vintage

Silver winner for the business-to-business print campaign at the London International Awards 2010 is this brilliant retro-futurist campaign.

Studio: Moma Propaganda, Sao Paulo

Client: Maximídia Seminars, international meeting on communication and marketing that took place in Brasil in October, with the theme: "Everything ages fast. Update!"

jeudi 4 novembre 2010

mercredi 13 octobre 2010

A new job, a new city, a new life

CHIC is a sensitive & contemporary design consultancy devoted to luxury brands, established in Paris and London.
Feel free to contact us :)

vendredi 20 août 2010

This is trash.

Tim Noble and Sue Webster transform shadows into artworks..


mardi 27 juillet 2010

Sweet and sour II

After the subversive porcelain... the subversive cross stitch!

Tremble, Grandmas!

mardi 20 juillet 2010

Sweet and sour

Isn't it when it looks the sweetest that meanness really strikes?

For example, the macabre snow-globes previoulsy presented...oor, sardonic porcelains from Barnaby Barford.
They coud look innocent..just until you read the title.
Precious and vicious.

More on his website

mercredi 23 juin 2010

Hot Hot

Because we're only half-way to the week-end..
Because some beats would be nice to keep us awake and happy-happy :)
Oh, and because it's summer! at least we're hoping..

Soundtrack from the movie Unmade Beds: Hot Monket, Hot Ass - remix, from Black Moustache.
With a title and a group name like that, it just cannot be bad... ^^

Caaan you feel the beat, hot monkeeey?!!


vendredi 18 juin 2010

Nice to meet you, Edward!

I'm a big fan of Tim Burton. I know it is getting quite common to like him now that he's so famous. And I don't like common things. But still. I'll always remember how fascinated I was when I saw "Vincent" short film at the cinema, just before "Nightmare before Christmas". It was the first time I saw darkness in an animated cartoon.

And now, after a whole cruel period of ignorance, I just discover -thanks to the TV program Tracks on Arte- Edward Gorey, an illustrator who influenced Mr Burton and who.. how to put it in some elegant terms... rocks da house.


Gorey became particularly well-known through his animated introduction to the PBS series Mystery! in 1980:


vendredi 11 juin 2010