Wednesday, 25 November 2009

Kyoko Hamada shoots Place Sofa by Jasper Morrison for VITRA

Vitra has manufactured furniture designs by Charles & Ray Eames and George Nelson since 1957. Building on this foundation over the years, the company has developed a wide range of furnishings for the office, for the home and for public spaces in collaboration with progressive designers.

To see more of Kyoko's beautiful work, click here.

Tuesday, 17 November 2009

Hennie Haworth's beautiful new work...

This piece was commissioned by Bergen airport in Norway, and is a huge poster showing all the places you can travel to from there.

The above is for New Statesman magazine, to accompany the below extract from "Confessions of a Book Reviewer" by George Orwell.
In a cold but stuffy bed-sitting room littered with cigarette ends and half-empty cups of tea, a man in a moth-eaten dressing-gown sits at a rickety table, trying to find room for his typewriter among the piles of dusty papers that surround it.
He cannot throw the papers away because the wastepaper basket is already overflowing, and besides, somewhere among the unanswered letters and unpaid bills it is possible that there is a cheque for two guineas which he is nearly certain he forgot to pay into the bank. There are also letters with addresses which ought to be entered in his address book. He has lost his address book, and the thought of looking for it, or indeed of looking for anything, afflicts him with acute suicidal impulses.

Thursday, 12 November 2009

Kinpro Illustrates BBC Online Story Book and Games

Sabrina's Mountain Adventure Story

Read the story and play the game here!

Wednesday, 4 November 2009

Pocko People welcomes Serial Cut

Serial Cut is a Madrid based studio, established in 1999 by Sergio del Puerto, working on a wide variety of worldwide projects, and working alongside an ever-growing team of professionals, who specialize in different areas such as photography, design, motion-graphics and 3D design. Depending on the nature of a given project, different collaborators are chosen to give each piece a new dimension.

Serial Cut aims to go beyond what's in their minds and clients' minds when they start a project, taking the challenge a little further both in terms of technique and of concept, and to always end up with a contemporary and fresh result.

Monday, 2 November 2009

Sage Sohier interview on

FeatureShoot: Your Perfectible Worlds series (and monograph) features people with odd jobs, hobbies, and preoccupations. How did you go about finding and photographing the subjects for this series and how long do you spend with your subjects before pulling out the camera?

Sage Sohier: For “Perfectible Worlds,” I found my subjects mainly through word-of-mouth. I told all my friends, acquaintances, and people I met what I was working on. I also researched online – looking up hobby clubs, and e-mailing people about what I was doing. Many of the people I photographed knew other people, and so a network evolved. I usually spent half an hour to an hour talking to people and looking at their creations before beginning to photograph. Sometimes more than half my time was spent in this way’.

Read more here