We all know how gratifying it is to get likes on our favourite social medias, mainly Facebook. So Jaime Calderón created a number of “like” icons that match our favourite Superheroes. Imagine posting a picture and getting a like from Batman. A true dream come true!
When husband and wife art/design duo Jason and Sharon Gale (Quite British Accent) began working together, someone told them that sport had no place in art. Rather than take heed, the couple produce all their work using the visual vocabulary of sporting culture. Their latest collection, exhibited recently at Core at Nolias Gallery, includes a series of textile slogans appliquéd onto vintage football shirts. The work satirises the sport-in-art argument and likens popular culture heroes to sporting heroes.
Design studio PEGA has just released a very innovative design for a chair at the recent Milan Design Week. The WindUP Chair is designed with a large windup key that has the ability to charge your smartphone.
Dimitris Polychroniadis takes courage in his latest work. The latest work was made for an ongoing solo exhibition titled ‘Repent’. Polychroniadis is a stage designer, architect and artist that lives and works in Athens Greece. His work consists of mixed media, surreal-pop, humorous, diorama sculptures that makes a comment on the harsh realities of his country and much of the world is facing at the moment.
Joshua Hibbert‘s a Graphic designer, artist and sound creative based in London. Hibbert graduated from The London College of Communication last summer. Currently he’s working freelance in typography, illustration and Sound design.
The wait for the great eight is over! In another double-pressed issue with a variety of incredible artists that are finely tuned and well respected painters in their practice, issue number eight of Bizarre Beyond Belief will have your eyes oozing with pleasure. With artists such as MOTEL6 [GH], Alex Bierk, JNasty [Die By The Can], Marc Gooderham, John Reuss, Adam “CODAK” Smith, Ruben Pang and DOES of LoveLetters, this hundred and four page issue will leave you wanting more and more. Click the LINK or on the image for the science.
According to Dot and Bo’s blog, this is what they have to say about these beautiful graphic design pillows. “Breathe new life into your room with these fun and fresh pillow shams. Giving your pillows a mini-makeover will get both you and your room ready to take on summer.”
As you well know, we here at BBB love anything that’s all bubbly and melting and these chairs have it in spades. Therese Granlund created these chairs for a project entitled “Form Follows Foam” for her MA project at the Design Academy in Eindhoven in collaboration with BASF Polyurathan, Boxtel.
We posted up only a few days ago REVOK and CES battling the urban elements to get up in the Lower East Side of Manhattan in Diego Bergia‘s mock video game which pays homage to Street Fighter. In Bergia’s latest installments of his video game, we have a couple new short clips. One is an introduction to GIANT and another being GIANT and REVOK bombing a clean train. 2 new videos after the click!
Digital artist Diego Bergia (aka LEPOS), has yet again immortalized graffiti artists through another instalment of his mock video game. In this “level” we have graffiti artists CES and REVOK battling the urban and mechanical evils to get a throw up done.