Illustrator Dan Mcpharlin made these little beauties 2008 for Esquire magazine . “The Analogue Miniatures series was my attempt to pay tribute to early synthesizers and analogue recording equipment. Rather than replicating existing machines, the focus was on creating a revisionist … Continue reading
LA Based illustrator and designer Scarlet River runs a shop on Etsy called “Dirty Lola”. Check out her plates and pictures of our musical hero’s that will rock your walls: Shop link HERE
Awww, we would absouletly loveeeeee to have these golden Daft Punk Christmas Ornaments already for this year to decorate our tree, but this glowing helmets are available for shipment only from February 2017.Definitely something for early Christmas birds. Available for 23€ … Continue reading
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Sam Bompas and Harry Parr got together team of artists, designers, organ specialists, composers and experts and have produced this wonderful church organ for the clients of Johnny Walke Red Label customers to be able to enjoy the whiskeys evern more. See … Continue reading
“Inside a cube fashioned from translucent veils, a dancer takes a visual journey into a 3D space between dreams and reality. Hakanaï is a digital solo performance from Adrien M / Claire B that made its debut at BAM’s Fishman Theatre on March 17, … Continue reading
Vinyl covers made of wood ny Schreinerei Luther from Germany made with PSR B1919+21 Radio Pulse as 3D milling. – extremely nice to see and extremely difficult to produce.
Here is a nicely strange selection of nice vinyl covers and designs..
Nikola Puzigaca, Serb artist, sees music everywhere even in the street signs. In his latest project DESIGN he interprets those in a way you never saw it. awesome
If you want to escape the European Championship coming up this weekend in France or you know you’re facing rainy days this weekend, then we have another nice list for your sore eyes. Dazed and Confused compiled a neat little list … Continue reading
1979 when Kraftwerk‘s single “Autobahn” appeared Roger Mainwood has just finished the Royal College of Art when he was contacted to do a video for it. What then happened is the surreal, psychedelic 11.35 minutes long animation. In the video … Continue reading