One part homage, one part irony, Día de los Modernist is a series of portraits by Jamie Gray, that playfully pays tribute to modern design’s ancestry, while also questioning the period’s dogma, adapting and translating the skulls and floral motifs of Día de los Muertos into the controlled reductionism of Modernism.
Shown above are (clockwise) Le Corbusier, Paul Rand and Josef Muller-Brockmann.
Nostalgic pixellated playing cards, inspired by eight-bit computer games from the Eighties. Made in Russia by Art. Lebedev Studio.
The Baroness by Terry Dodson.
Cool photo by Egor Shapovalov.
Very envious of Erik Spiekermann‘s Braun collection.
Think I may have to grab me a pair of Vans John Cardiel Chukka 59 Pros.
Loving this stunning Granny Stripe blanket crocheted in grey wool with a shot of lime.
Korean artist Jang Yong Sun forms striking sculptures from steel rings, for his first solo exhibition entitled Particles of Dark Matter.