More work from Jeremy Pettis

Jeremy Pettis

Jeremy’s been posted on our blog before but I just stumbled across some older (but newer for you guys) work on his Flickr. The usage of color is amazing and it’s really proof that experimentation in volume can prove to be a great thing!

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Josef Schulz

Josef Schulz

Photographer Josef Schulz’s new series entitled “Sign out” focuses on a great variety of billboards in their natural habitats (a billboard tour one could say) during his travels in the States. He has “freed” the large-scale ads of their functions, thereby breaking off all communication and “signing out”. Removed of their contexts, all that’s left are pleasant forms and even more beautiful colors against their blue-sky canvases.

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Character

Character

Finnish company Character is on a mission to salvage dismantled logos and signs, recycling them into individual design objects. The photography is beautiful!

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Robot ethics becoming a concern with corpse-feeding droids on the battlefield

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I heard this discussion over the ethics of killer robots (ENERGETICALLY AUTONOMOUS TACTICAL ROBOT, appropriately shortened to “EATR”) on the battlefield on KPCC radio bright ‘n’ early this morning and became excited over the possibility of science fiction plot lines inching closer and closer to reality. This picture above will not be what they look like (a more accurate modeled depiction after the jump), but how frightening would it be if these self-refueling lovelies really did jump into the uncanny valley? The government is trying to make more “ethically” aware EAT(E)Rs that will reject tasty corpse morsels on the battlefield (this is apparently against the Geneva convention?) for more Brontosaurus-friendly scraps. The question comes then, if your robot kills someone on the battlefield, who’s moral dilemma does it become? Obviously robots are not of a sentient mind to make such decisions…or are they?

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New work by Tim Lahan

Tim Lahan

Really digging these new celebrity/model mud-Michelin-Man makeovers by Tim Lahan. Also digging, across the board, gross-out illustration work as of late.

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Ben Schumacher

"Head For The Stoic," wood,veneer, jeans, concrete, streamed video loop -"emo blowjob" 2009

"Head For The Stoic," wood,veneer, jeans, concrete, streamed video loop "emo blowjob" 2009

Ben Schumacher creates art in many traditional and non tradition forms, whether it be through drawings or exploring new ways to conceptualize and present art via and about the internet with an ironic sense of humor that could only have been developed by long hours mulling over the way we use and relate to the tools specific to our cyberspace generation. Ahh, the day I’m tired of it is the day I’m dead!

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New work by Jonathan Zawada

Jonathan Zawada

One of my most favorite designers has updated his portfolio! Actually some of the work isn’t super new, I just wanted to give it some face time on the B/D site. Also check out some of the other projects Jonathan has going on at TRU$T FUN! (where these “Glory Scarfs” came from) and FASHEMATICS.

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Mastadon Maze

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Come check out the opening of Mastadon Maze show (curated by our friends Mya Stark & Graham Kolbeins) at the Pacific Design Center in West Hollywood tonight 5-7pm! Just look at the enticing list of things that may or may not (but probably will) happen during the show! The Art Los Angeles Contemporary fair will also be happening at the same time so be there or be square!

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