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Folding Plug by Min-Kyu Choi, at the Royal College of Art’s grad show. I hope this becomes a standard in the near future.
threadless, the personalised tee site features a great little design by a very talented Singaporean artist, Xiaobaosg.
incidentally, Xiaobaosg’s work on the Panda art series is so sought after, that his work was being copied and sold as merchandise in China by not-so-scrupulous retailers. i guess u could consider that as the ultimate form of flattery…
source: mi50 blogspot
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Goodnight, Sleep Right. is a project that aims to create awareness of the importance of sufficient and quality sleep.
Research has shown that an average person spends about a-third of his/her life asleep. Yet, many are unaware of how greatly this activity affects us. In our increasingly busy lives, it is not uncommon to see people sacrificing sleep time to do other (probably less important) things. Hence, this project attempts to educate people on sleep and also encourage people to sleep right.
Click through for the full 8-page pamphlet.
KittyWu Records presents Rock! Paper! Poster!
An exhibition on the art of the screen printed gig poster
23 August to 6 September 2011
The Pigeonhole, 52 Duxton Road
I HAVE A ROOM WITH EVERYTHING: MY STORY
Some years ago, I met Yanda. Mysterious but always full of knowledge to share with me, we met accidentally, through the wonders of the internet (we’re both slightly embarrassed to admit that) and a love for all things passionate and creative. It was an accidental meeting that I look back now, fondly and very thankful.
It was a year ago that Yanda shared with me an idea that he has had brewing for quite some time — a little exhibition to showcase the amazing print materials that he has accumulated over the many years of hunting and appreciating them. Through his design blog — The Artist And His Model — he shares his library of inspiration — a wealth of amazing works of design, art, fashion, photography.
It is through this exhibition that we hope to share with the rest of Singapore the experience of holding works of art / design that have ignited our immense (and life-long) love for print.
This exhibition has blossomed from a single idea of wanting to share these rare, awarded, and sometimes out-of-print materials with all of you. It has grown from realising that our island just does not have enough exhibitions dedicated purely to graphic design, and the celebration of a historical form of art that we sometimes take for granted — Print.
We are very excited to have AlsoDoMinie on board as a collaborator. Their factory, as we often like to call it, is Singapore’s answer to Willy Wonka’s factory. Always bustling with new works of magazines / books (and more) executed in ways that many other printers might deem impossible. Dominie, with its fierce spirit of pushing boundaries, always surprises us. We are therefore incredibly excited that this exhibition will be the first time they will be showcasing their much awarded portfolio to the public. They are truly inspirational.
We have collected a total of 200 items to showcase in this exhibition. Works from the most recognisable names in design — think: Stefan Sagmeister, WERK and Amelia magazines, limited edition books by John Clang, and homegrown talent like Asylum and Kinetic — to lesser known (but equally inspiring) items like the recently sold-out and seemingly-impossible die cut book by Visual Editions (UK), Tree Of Codes written by Jonathan Safran Foer. We hope that these items will surprise you and move you, like the way that they have done for us.
I HAVE A ROOM WITH EVERYTHING was also inspired by an idea of displaying all these items together into a room of magic. Hence the name. We have gone on all fours, with our bare hands and tireless efforts, to create a room that we hope brings a new experience to each and every one of you who enter it. We did not want a normal exhibition of hanging artworks and pinned up posters. It is as much an exhibition of amazing ideas as it is of an art installation with the curated items brought together in a fresh new way. An intimate, personal library of magic. All in one room.
Our opening night is this Saturday, 23 July, from 8—11pm. I am honestly so nervous that no one will show up! My organising-partner-in-crime, Kari Tamura, and I have worked around the clock for the past few weeks to pull together an opening night that we hope you will all enjoy. It will be a night of good music and good company and good design, and we hope that all of you will come for it, to mingle and interact and explore beyond the bar and into the upper gallery levels with our Room with Everything.
Most often these exhibition events are just nights where people come and go, but we hope that this Saturday, people will linger, and new bonds will be made. Singapore is a small island, and in order for more magic to happen, and more boundaries pushed (like they do in other cities!) we all need each other. We all need tighter bonds and more receptivity to new friendships and new ideas. We hope this night will contribute to this, in any small way. So please, join us in this tiny, honest desire. Join us for our first opening night.
More than anything, we hope that you will find this small project of ours intriguing and interesting enough for your time. That you’ll find your way to Night & Day Gallery, up several flights of steps, into our room with everything beautiful and magical.
The opening party starts this Saturday, 23 July, 8—11pm. You can email me (email@example.com) for more info or to rsvp, or check out our website.
Or check out the exhibition itself from 23 July to 5 Aug 2011 at Night & Day Gallery.
I genuinely hope to see you there, and that you will find a small snippet of magic through your time in our room.
You are warmly invited into our room with everything!
My CV in infographics for a job application
The poster includes elements from the game along with its history. Of course all of the basic shapes are shown as well as a representation of the castle. The original year that the theorized game was created as well as the official Russian release date. The credit include the name of the actual people who help shaped the game to be what we know it as today.
Accent theme by Handsome Code