The new MTV Switch campaign can’t help but remind me of the television show “Why Don’t You Just Switch Off Your Television Set and Go
Behold the My Little Pony “Edward Scissorhands” and friends.
If you’re light of a few bob and you fancy redecorating, why not take a leaf out of Charlie Kratzer’s book and use permanent pens?
Canadian designer Eve Duhamel produces some pleasing work from her studio in Berlin.
Jolly nice watch themed around the departure boards located throughout Tokyo’s subway system.
Dark, sinister illustrations from the mind of Nicholas Di Genova.
England’s much maligned second city is often the subject of derision, but who knows, with projects like this on the horizon people may well take
Product designer Hafsteinn Juliusson describes his organic jewellery as “a clash of jewellery and gardening; couture and organism.” I’d describe it as nice but a
Beautiful work, beautiful navigation. High fives to the legendary Lance Wyman.
Designer Marcus Walters has an impressive portfolio; his illustrations in particular are well worth a look.
The original, pre-1990s Action Man is a top bloke, but he keeps some dubious company after hours.
Anna Garforth’s experiments with moss – “living, breathing graffiti.”
Bob Truby loves pencils. Only brand names pencils, mind you.
Swedish designer Sebastian Ramn‘s portfolio is as diverse as it is impressive. Unsurprisingly, he’s ex-Hyper Island.
Illustrator Amy Eastland‘s portfolio boasts a lovely collection of artwork. A selection of her work is currently being exhibited as part of the Biennale 08.
Which? Magazine boasted some great covers in the 1970s.