Paul Fryer’s gripping sculptures and installations share his visions of life, death, science gone mad, and an apocalyptic future.
The future is unwritten but it is in your hands! You now have only 7 days to submit your artwork for our next book. Visit the Future Perfect website for all submission guidelines and make sure to submit all your work by March 29th!
Time is running out so join us in creating a future perfect!
I love Stefan Glerum’s mix of contemporary typography with vintage textures and colors. His illustrations are bold, playful and have a dash of sophistication that you don’t see too often these days. Make sure to check out the last graphic. Not sure what it was originally done for but it would be a great illustration for my next set of business cards.
Check out Morgan Herrin’s amazing hand carved wooden sculptures. I could only find a few images of his work but perhaps that’s because they take him years to make!
I know what you’re going to say. “Amir why are you posting photos of cute babies on the blog?” but come on people these photos by Kawashi Makotori are fucking unbelievable! Seriously… This baby is so cute I want to take her and squeeze her til’ she explodes. Now that’s cute!
In less than 3 weeks since its release Beautiful/Decay Book: 5- Psychonauts has officially sold out! This is the fastest any B/D book has ever sold out. You may be able to find a few copies here or there at local shops or boutiques but the chances of finding one will now be slim. We still have four copies of Book 2 left, thirty five copies of Book 3, and fifty copies of Book 4 in our shop. Make sure to grab these before they sell out as well. As always once B/D books are sold out we will never reprint them and the only way to get them will be via ebay. Make sure to subscribe to Beautiful/Decay to ensure that you get all future copies of B/D. All subscribers receive 33% off each book as well get books before they land in stores.
It’s amazing how technology changes the way we view and document the world. Case in point, Professional photojournalist Benjamin Lowy’s blog of iPhone photos. Benjamin’s photos of the revolution in Libya give us an intimate look into the peoples struggles to gain their freedom and break away from the regime of Gaddafi. Here is what Benjamin had to say about his blog: ” This blog is part of a project borne during my travels as a professional photojournalist. For years, I have worked with bulky digital cameras, always mindful of the technical maneuvers from setting the shutter speed and aperture to editing and toning on a computer screen. In the last two years I have discovered that my iPhone has allowed me to capture scenes without feeling that I am once again on the job. To “point and shoot” has been a liberating experience. It has allowed me to rediscover the excitement of seeing imperfections and happy accidents rendered through the lens of my handheld device. I am able to create imagery, edit, and transmit all the images straight to this blog, creating a modern and efficient workflow for the most inefficient of pursuits – self expression. ”
Lets keep the posts about ornate & detailed drawings going today with the fantastical drawings of Louise Despont.