Evol is the work of Christopher Lehr, an interactive/marketing art director.
Take a look at Anthony Hill’s photographic ‘take’ on the new Galleri Örsta building, designed by Claesson Koivisto Rune. The gallery opened 2nd October 2010 and is situated in Kumla, Sweden. Anthony tells us, “My aim was to create a story capturing the soul of the building rather than a factual recording, as is usual in photographic architectural assignments.”
Maria Kazvan has some lovely work in her portfolio, all layered with a dreamy, vintage feel to most of her work.
Serendipity, the occurrence and development of events by chance in a happy or beneficial way, is a wonderful thing. One email in my inbox asked me to write a short article about inspired ingenuity, and in particular to identify a piece of work that I thought made ’something from nothing’. And the very next email had, what I thought, exactly that.
Dirty Mouse was asked to write a couple of lines to promote a competition run by Havana Club called Inspired Ingenuity.
Mash Creative’s ‘Really Useful’ poster series builds on their precursor ‘State of the Obvious’ collection, and extends the philosophy and thinking behind it. Take the ubiquitous poster, theme it with useful information relevant to a creative studio, and set it in such a way that it becomes both art and tool.
The careful grid structure, colour palette, and glorious typesetting on the 200gsm Giclée print will no doubt have creative brains drooling, and the whole set would look tremendous in any design studio. But I’m pretty sure that beyond actually looking the part, they are damn useful. Take a close look at the detail on each one; useful snippits of information that provide a reference point. Simple yet useful.
The four themed posters include Greenwhich Mean Time, Emoticons, Print Sizes and Metric Conversion information and are available in A0, A1 and A2 sizes exclusively from www.print-process.com
Inspired Ingenuity is challenging artists, musicians and other creative talents to take the everyday and turn it into something special. A winner will be picked each month, and the final winner will win a trip to Cuba. The title of the project - Inspired Ingenuity - is a reference to the spirit of the people of Havana, who pride themselves on their ability to create what they need from what they have. Find out more on their Facebook page.