Koen Hauser

Kosmoz, 2003

"Kosmoz deals with notions of autism and auto-symbolisation of the self in the portrait genre. Following the visual aesthetics of early psychiatric research, characters were shaped into their selffulfilling appearance by means of digital two-dimensional sculpting. In the solo exhibition 'Kosmoz' (Breda, 2005) an accompanying installion was presented, using lenticulair animation technique."


b.1972. Works and lives in Amsterdam/Leiden
2000-2002 Gerrit Rietveld Academie, Amsterdam
1998-2000 Koninklijke Academie voor Beeldende Kunsten, Den Haag
1992-1996 Sociale psychology, Rijksuniversiteit Leiden

Post Number 500.

Jim Gaylord

Blessing indisguise, 2006. gouache on paper. 26 x 40 in.

Intersection, 2008. oil on linen. 24 x 40 in.

Lives and works in Brooklyn, NY
2005 MFA, The University of California, Berkeley
1997 BA in Film, The University of North Carolina, Greensboro

via booooooom

Things to come

Still from the movie Things to come (1936).
Directed by William Cameron Menzies
Written by H.G. Wells

Riki Watanabe


'The Carton Furniture Series was originally designed in 1965 by Riki Watanabe and has been reproduced by Metropolitan Gallery in Tokyo. The Kids’ Set is made completely out of folded cardboard with no adhesives, nails, or screws. The stools are strong enough for the weight of most adults and all pieces are recyclable.'—via designmilk.

Olle Eksel


Animation Backgrounds

Rob Richards recreates digital backgrounds of animation by layering scenes and replacing the with-character part of the background by scenes where the character has moved, revealing the covered part of the background.

Universal Everything

Identity. Personal Cards for Realise Studio
Designers: Matt Pyke + Benwell Sebard

Travis Stearns


Peter Lippman

Photography for Loboutin.
found in todayandtomorrow

Oliver Laric

Audio & Video: Oliver Laric
Quality video at the artist's website

"The choreography was filmed from a bridge, a car drove over the MP3 player that I borrowed from a friend, just after the fifth try, this was the take that I ended up using, you can notice that I’m dancing with clenched fists, this saved time when cutting away the background, ten fingers are time consuming, two fists are okay, my sweater is blue and pants are green, both colors are not permitted when using a blue- or green-screen as a backdrop, I cut out 3975 frames manually."—source.

Benbo George

Linger. Flutter. Inner high.

Tim Walker

Photography, for Hermes.


graphic design studio directed by Alain Rodriguez and Raphaël Garnier, based in Paris.

James Roper


Barcelona Design

Antoine + Manuel for Barcelona Design.
via mocoloco

Alberto Romero


Charlotte Bonjour

Kinetic garden, 2008

Joshua Distler

Brooklyn, US

Keiichi Tanaami

b. 1936. Japanese artist and designer who often produces colorful psychedelic art and has exhibited in painting, print and film. Having graduated from the Faculty of Design at Musashino Art University, in 1968 he went to the United States where he worked at Andy Warhol's Factory in New York City before moving to San Francisco, California. Professor of Art and Design at Kyoto University since 1991.