Street artists of the world descend upon London in May for the Cans Festival, billed as a “street party of stencil art”. Artists include Lucamaleonte,
Our latest project, a fully searchable database of the UK and Ireland’s richest inhabitants, is now live. Find out how last year’s contenders have faired,
Foam weapons from mp industries in Berlin.
Man’s best friend can now be immortalised in rug format thanks to Czech artist (or lunatic, your call) Ondrej Brody.
A great new promotional video/game for Nokia’s new N-Gage store.
Jolly nice new ads by BBDO London for Hackney’s Museum of Childhood. More here.
A group of rather talented russian flash developers have been working hard on version 5 of the Alernativa3D engine and have now reached their first
Los Angeles artist Matt Burlingame is clearly insane. But hey, who cares when the product of his madness is a whole series of deranged models.
Swedish – it’s all Greek to me, but this viral piece for Tele2 is outstanding.
The Hoff – loved by everyone, especially Europeans.
Dentsu Canada has created a fun new campaign for Vespa.
London based artist Migy is a talented illustrator, animator and painter. His website boasts an abundance of niceness; there’s even a shop too. Migy has
The Supermundane website has been updated with much niceness. It’s jolly nice – my digital niceometer is registering a solid 8.5. High fives to Anorak
GRO design and Tim model makers have collaborated to create 11, a futuristic table football table due to be unveiled at Milan Design Week 2008.
Better late than never – Typographica’s favourite typefaces of 2007, from such luminaries as David Berlow, Ellen Lupton and Erik Spiekermann.
Fully functional bar codes from Japan.
Following its acquisition of DoubleClick, Google is cutting 300 staff. More info from the Guardian.
The Urbantine Project competition offers unrecognised architects the opportunity to showcase their ideas three-dimensionally during London Design Week. The brief is to design a solution
If anyone is in the area of Hanbury Street, EC1, WKside have imitated some of the london underground from rat tubes inhabiting rats!