2. Sweet interior drawings by Yelena Bryksenkova
Enjoy your weekend everyone!
This beautiful, old colour footage by Claude Friese-Greene shows what London looked like in 1927. He originally filmed it using the Biocolour process, invented by his father William Friese-Greene, later the British Film Institute used computer enhancement of the original print of the film to reduce noticeable flickering.
Fascinating to see – in colour & moving picture – what this city looked like so many years ago. Did you see the adorable, little double-decker buses? Aww!
1. 3D printed records designed by Amanda Ghassaei
2. 3D printed pottery by Antwerp design studio Unfold
3. 3D printed fashion by Dutch designer Iris van Herpen
Amazing what they can do these days, isn’t it? 3D printed objects, 3D printed music, 3D printed fashion, 3D printed – not happy about this one – guns (?), 3D printed cars, soon 3D printed houses & maybe even 3D printed food. How crazy!
3D PRINTING IS THE FUTURE, mark my words! Happy Friday!
“Tell me it’s there, just beyond me”
Nice, sunny weather x good music = drawing time. Enjoy!
Dark Dark Dark – Tell Me (Who Needs Who)
The history of typography, in a nutshell, by Ben Barrett-Forrest. If you want to learn more about typography and it’s history, this lovely animation will teach you all about it. Most of it is not news to me, but it’s still a great video and I love the paper animation. Well done!
Beyonderground is a graphic design festival in Hasselt, Belgium. The concept was created by 4 young, passionate designer friends. Even though Hasselt is a small city – probably unknown to some of you – the festival is definitely not. For two whole days designers, illustrators, typographers from all over the world gather to ‘have a party’: lectures, debates, performances, workshops, expo’s, while listening to live music and enjoying good food and/or a drink.
The festival started today and unfortunately ends tomorrow (April 26-27) Tickets for tomorrow are still available, so if you’re in the neighbourhood or don’t have anything planned for tomorrow, you won’t regret it! Take a look at their website for more info.
I’m particularly excited about one designer’s work, specifically Job Wouters from Letman studio.
Photo taken by Manon Wethly