More absolute amazingness from the Jacqueline Casey archives.
Lightworks: a collaborative experimental exhibition by MIT students under the direction of Robert Preusser, Professor of Visual Design, Hayden Gallery, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, September 14-October 5, 1973
[Cambridge, Mass. : Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1973]
I’ll be doing a show at the Drake Hotel while in Toronto for FITC. Should be about a 45 min. set, doing the ISO50 visuals as well. Should be a fun night, see you out!
April 20th, 2008 – Toronto, ON, Canada
Tycho / ISO50 Live @ The Drake Hotel.
w/ DJ AIA + ROLLIN CASH
SUNDAY APRIL 20 DOORS @ 8PM_$8 UNDERGROUND
"Operazione: aria per Milano (Ente provinciale per il turismo"
Advertising Office: Unimark International
Via Pink Ponk
"Five British Graphic Designers"
Advertising Office: Studio Coppola
Via Pink Ponk
Some fresh Bauhaus-Esque type via Walter Hall’s Flickr. Note: Slightly altered colors. Sorry, couldn’t help myself. Original is here.
Leaving tomorrow morning for Austin, TX where I’ll be playing a set at The Mohawk. I’ll be doing the live ISO50 visuals set as well, hope to see you out there…
Thursday March 20th at The Mohawk
912 Red River St.
onhiatus / makestapes – 1:30-2:00
Tycho – 12:30 – 1:30
Rae Davis – 11:00-11:30
Nectarine – 10:30-11:00
mnolo – 10:00-10:30
Thought I’d give the blog an early heads up: A new print called "Northern Lights" will be released tomorrow morning at The ISO50 Shop. You can get it early now, the first printing is only 200 and they’ll go fast once the newsletter comes out tomorrow. Get yours now!
All the Computer Arts readers may remember this was the illustration I did for the cover a couple years back. It also ended up as a line of snowboards for K2. I’ll post some pictures of the various formats it saw life as once I get home tonight.
Seen this piece by Yes Studio around a few times but never had a full size version to post until Paddy Duke sent me this one. Very nice stuff going on here, as Paddy points out these are obviously inspired by the Prisma book covers.
"Artwork created for the UK band. Inspiration came in the form of pre-1980s analogue hi-fi equipment. Using a reductive graphic approach, multiple designs were created, colours were mixed by hand and large format prints produced at K2 Screen, London. The resulting artwork was then re-photographed and used as the basis for a sleeve and poster campaign." – Yesstudio.co.uk