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On Thursday, May 10th I had the privilege of attending a amazing paper exhibition at the Christopher Henry Gallery entitled A Cut Above: 12 Paper Masters. This group exhibition, curated by Diana Ewer, is celebrating the renaissance of cut paper as an artistic medium where 12 international artists have been featured, each working in their in particular expertise whether it be a carefully sliced book or an intricately cut piece of paper.
Have you ever seen a fountain made of cardboard? Probably not, or in most cases not as extravagant and awesome as this! James Grashow hails from Brooklyn, where we reside, and he has a wide range of projects from large scale environmental installations to delicate houseplants. With this in particular, I’m hoping I have the pleasure of seeing one of his installations in New York.
“This work (called Stereo.type) is a synthesis of our typographic language with the physical expression of our body language. These kinetic structures make the viewer listen with their eyes… or how can we make sound and its symbols found in language able to be heard visually. How can we unlock the sleeping meaning latent in a authors arrangement of letters and words to be free and as expressive as its content. When words come alive it will not be quiet. Some may yell or whisper, but they all are saying something.” — Ebon HeathContinue reading
Jessica Walsh is a very talented multidisciplinary designer living in NYC. With the creative direction of world renowned Stefan Sagmeister, she produced a campaign for the high end Middle East department store Aishti Minis.
If you have been to New York then I’m hoping that you have been to Coney Island, and if not then you should head on over and at least ride the infamous Cyclone. Be warned, if your not game for some whiplash and laughs then I wouldn’t assume your ready for it! Continue reading
Louis Vuitton’s attempt to solve the mystery of New York’s “Big Apple” title. A promotion video for its New York City Guide 2011 Edition, produced by Mathias Vayer and directed by Romain Chassaing.
The Guide is launching today, October 15th.
Our good friend and colleague Ayaka Ito build this wonderful paper illustration which will be featured on the next issue of 8 Faces…: “A small self-initiated drop cap letter of “P” I made for the 8 faces Daily Drop