B/D Cover Artist Shirt Sneak Peek


Jesse Auersalo is a London based graphic designer and illustrator who was recently featured in Beautiful/Decay Magazine Issue Y, and contributed the issue’s cover.  We loved the design so much that we decided to create a t-shirt from the iconic cover. Here is a photo of “Clown,” the as-of-yet unreleased shirt!

Jesse Auersalo’s work is at once haunting and seductive; rather than reinforcing the likeness of his subjects, he purposefully complicates and obscures their recognizability. His cast of characters features a plethora of bizarre veils—whether bandannas tied over faces, helmets covering heads, taped shut sweatshirt hoodies, or even Halloween-style fake gag noses, as shown in this t-shirt. They appear like a ramshackle gang robbing your home with makeshift masks. Perhaps this is what simultaneously lends Auersalo’s works an irresistible sense of intrigue and unavailability to the viewer.  Jesse himself has noted: “You normally want to get what you can’t have. It’s the most common way to tease and to make itself attracted. Even the most boring secret can reach everybody’s curiosity if it’s well wrapped and hidden.”

You can’t get your hands on this design just yet but keep an eye out for it when it debuts in March for our 09 spring collection!

Konst & Teknik/ Trace a Face with Jonathan Puckey

“13 fellow artist and designers—1:2:3, Europa, Fageta, Florian Ludwig, Harm van den Dorpel, Kristina Brusa, Laurenz Brunner, Martijn Hendriks, Martin Ström, NODE Berlin Oslo, Ola Persson, Stefan Narancic and Åbäke—were asked to trace a face using the Delaunay Raster, a custom-written image vectorization tool for Adobe Illustrator.

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Roberto Bernardi… Death To Photography

Roberto Bernardi has dedicated his career to creating hyper-realistic paintings.


Command + Z from Kris Wong on Vimeo.

What a perfect name for a design super-hero. The making of videos and fight-scene choreography are so entertaining, due to leopard pants wearing said hero. Tarantino and Rodriguez should take these dudes on for the next low-budget flick.

Found at cmdz.tv/

We Are In The Age of Wizards

One year in 40 seconds from Eirik Solheim on Vimeo.One year in 40 seconds from Eirik Solheim on Vimeo.

The fact that the minds eye can watch in rapid succession a forest turn from barren winterland to the growth of spring clearly means we have become Gods of The Earth. Anyways, happy New Year’s Eve! Watch the year pass in ways only Sorcerers have known.

Hyper Real!! The Sculptures of Ron Mueck

Ron Mueck (born 1958) is an Australian hyperrealist sculptor working in Great Britain.

Antti Uotila

Ahh, Scandinavia. Bow down to the golden kings of design! Simple, quirky, funny work by Antti Uotila.


668_1230680125These bento boxes I found recently completely blew me away.