Type studio A2-Type and London print shop New North Press have created a 3D-printed letterpress font. With a film about the project premiering at London Design Festival next weekend, we spoke to graphic designer Richard Ardagh and A2's Henrik Kubel about the process.
Photographer Richard Silver returns with an exciting ongoing project, ‘Time Sliced’. Silver wanted to capture iconic buildings at sunset, and to show its transition from day to night — all in a single image.
Monet was an oils man, Michelangelo was set on stone, Moore was a gentleman who preferred bronze. For an acclaimed American artist on his way to Britain, only plastic will do. His medium: a million Lego bricks.
'Intellectual repression led to having not the brightest folks working' on motorcycles, says Jim Dallarosa, a restorer who personally handled some of the competitors in the Eastern European Motorcycles division of the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, a special class for 2014. The occasional government-mandated merger didn’t help competition, either.
Over the past couple of years Pejac has been getting recognition for his simple, clever public art and gallery work. Using brushes, pencils, acrylic paint and sand paper, he creates works that blend into their surroundings using existing elements and textures.
This is the Kruikantoor, a light-weight foam structure that was created by Tim Vinke, a Dutch designer. The name 'Kruikantoor' is actually a combination of two words ‘wheelbarrow’ and ‘office’, and like the name suggests, you can pick this workspace in a few seconds and easily move it to wherever you like.