Benoit Lemoine

 

Hypersomnia Close-Up

Hypersomnia Close-Up

 

Benoit Lemoine‘s design work has been featured in publications, such as Stereographics, Data Flow, and Tangible. Whether it’s experimenting with tape, collaborating with a friend to feign consciousness, or conveying a designer’s workspace, Lemoine executes it all cleverly!

 

Enjoy his projects after the jump!

 

Jochen Schievink

Urban Cowboy

 

Urban Cowboy

 

 

Jochen Schievink has some really neat comics and illustration work. Even though he seems to employ a stream of consciousness method, his work is always pristine and quite charming. 

Schievink has appeared in numerous group exhibitions around Germany, and has been featured in publications like Die Zeit and Falter.

 

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B/D Book 1 – Sneak Peak (THE PROOF IS IN!)

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The proof of the upcoming Book 1: Supernaturalism just came in the mail today! Though, mind you, it is but a mere semblance of its grand future manifestation(!) What you see before you is B/D, sort of at the hominid stage of evolution- breaking off from the flat computer screen and beginning to use tools to make small fires around the office. Wah wah. But while this little puppy is made of taped together color print outs (don’t mind my editorial post-it notes, either) and is without Kyle Thomas’ hand-drawn cover, it is to scale of what the future B/D self will look like.  Please note, if you will, the beautiful triumverate-ly mystical gatefold of all seeing eyes, the lack of advertising, the pages and pages of glossy art coverage….(more pictures after the jump.)

For those of you not hip to what us cool kids do in the “mag biz,” young padawan, we use this proof to double check the layout, page composition, coloring, etc in three-dimensional form before approving it. At any rate, hope you enjoy the peep show. Get excited for Book 1! What do you guys think?

Inquietto


Inquietto (Oscar Marchal) is a art director and creative director, specialized in Motiongraphics with background in animation, (quite convincing) 3D graphics, illustration, graphic design, cinema, tv graphics and multimedia applications.

Kenneth Tin-Kin Hung

Siddhartha Obama

Siddhartha Obama

 

Born in Hong Kong, Kenneth Tin-Kin Hung now lives and works in New York. His art is incredibly socially conscious, exploring and excelling in high-definition video animation, video games, net.art, digital graphics, and mixed media installations. Currently in progress is video installation “In GOD We Trust.” He envisions Obama as a reincarnation of seven spiritual leaders and prophets. Far from worshipping Obama, “In GOD We Trust” delves into the hopes and changes the 44th U.S. president promises to deliver–and the obstacles he will encounter along the way.

 

P.S. The “GOD” in “In God We Trust” is an acronym for “Global Obama Devotion.” Not our national motto!

 

Grady O’Connor

Blob

Blob

Born in Los Angeles and currently residing in New York City, photographer Grady O’Connor pulls you in immediately with images of both the naturally majestic and the slightly disturbing. At first glance, “Blob” looks like a spectacular shot of kneaded dough. I actually have no idea what his subject is, but I want to say that it’s either a close-up of fungi or the insides of a cave. Either way, it’s quite a magnificent shot.

 

O’Connor has exhibited with the Humble Arts Foundation, Brooklyn Artists Gym, and Anne Henning Gallery

 

Book Review: The Time After

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We recently received Doug Fogelson’s book “The Time After” in the mail today. One of the catch phrases on the press release is: “Temporal speculation for the post climate change era.” Heavy! Although it’s not as apocalyptic as the Popul Vuh’s 2012 world-termination prognosis, and not as, ahem, temporally speculative (in my opinion) to warrant vast assumptions about the post climate change era, there are some prismatic, multi-exposed layered photographs that time-lapsed-surfaced-ly explore the age old question of nature, man, and their relation to time. Shots of clouds and forests lay side by side by sprawling city streets. It’s certainly an interesting attempt to turn such a tired trope of amateur photography (the double-expose) into the basis for a complicated conceptual framework, though how many “heady” points on the nature of humanity the book makes, I’m not so sure.  Regardless, the book features stunning and creative print lay out and design by Tim Hartford. 

 

BCAST

 

BCAST 1: Brooklyn
Video and Animations by Adam Shecter