I love wallpaper – the bolder the better. Osborne and Little’s “Best In Show” is destined to grace my home at some point, finances allowing.
Working Lalo Schifrin ‘s (a hero of mine) Bullitt soundtrack hard this morning.
Several contemporary artists including Damien Hirst , Gary Hume and the excellently-named Ai Weiwei have customised a selection of products for the ICA ‘s Psychedelica Gala .
Meowoodle is a collection of drawings, doodles and sketches by designers and illustrators of their cats. … Who knows, but there are some inspired submissions.
Aussie Illustrator James Gulliver Hancock is attempting to draw every building in New York City . He’s guaranteed to fail – excuse the negative waves, Moriarty! – but his drawings to date are jolly nice.
The art of crotchet and knit graffiti – yarn bombing – is completely new to me. There’s some exciting (albeit very time-consuming) yarn bombing action on the Philly subway pictured here .
The Pancake Day cocktail – an inspired idea!
What better time is there to view a huge collection of Soviet-era posters than on the eve of the Maslenitsa Russian Festival in London?
Dave Piper’s slow, cumbersome Flash website makes me slightly nauseous… until I see the excellent photography, which is well worth a look. He lives in Birmingham too, so he’s alright in my book.
Liking the logo for the recent Cognitive Cities Conference in Berlin.