Anthony Lister is an Australian-born painter and Installation Artist. He has been featured in exhibitions in Australia, New Zealand, and the United States, as well as having solo shows in New York City and London. He mixes a number of genre's including street art, expressionism, and pop art. His work reflects the less glamorous aspects of today's media and popular culture, and the "misguided role models" that result from it.
This is all about the milk.
An online boardgame promoting the white stuff with a fully renedered map, a bit of stop motion, and some ineractive games along the way.
The dice action is brilliant. Play it here and see some making of here.
After a clear out in the everyday showroom a reel of film was found, on it was this grainy footage. We have reason to believe it might even be one of Neil Clark's ancestors. Judging by the absence of Macs this film must be really old, the artist is even using a paintbrush!
Found these brilliant packaging and signage designs via design*sponge by Waldopancake. They are damn well hilarious and made me giggle. This guy also illustrates a lot of M&S's kids confectionary packaging, you can see his flikr site here where there's loads more funny packaging and some of his other work too. Very good, yah.
Just thought I'd post a little thing about my current favourite televisual advertisement.... It's Channel 4's 'Lost For Words' - a season of campaigning programmes to get all our kids reading - due to the quite shocking fact that one in five children leaves primary school unable to read properly.
I just love the style of the advert, which features an eerie looking forest where the trees make up letters - it's beautiful.
MY MY is a US-based website run by Taryn Hipp selling 'handmade and totally awesome' goodies! They showcase the talent of independent artists, crafters & zinesters from the US & around the world. I particularly like their children's apparel which features some cool prints and applique, and the plush which is really cute and quirky.
They also have some cool papergoods including a small selection of greetings cards, calendars and journals, as well as a massive selection of funny buttons. (that's badges to you and me)
See the site here you can also see Taryn's blog here
"Welcome to the enchanted universe of the Neiman Marcus Pop Up Book. This limited-edition memento follows a young girl's journey through Neiman Marcus from past to present. Our signature butterfly and an over-the-top Christmas make appearances, as well as our world-renowned art collection."
A bargain if ever I saw one at $125. PWEEEEEZE can we have it for the studio we promise we'll be so so so good all year???