A new mix from the hand that spends more time making pictures than mixing records in recent times. The mix was initially distributed at Bunka present – Regis, as part of Limited Edition Mix CD / Art print set of 25. The mix is a selection of tracks old and new, hard and not so hard inspired loosely by the UK and Birmingham techno sound of today and yesterday. Featuring tracks from Bandulu, Female, Derek Plaslaiko, Perc, Ben Gibson, Shed, Skirt and last but not least Regis. These names may mean nothing to you but this mix will be sure to get your work day moving along nicely. Here is the mix, Enjoy.
We’re happy to be part of the recently published 3D Type Book by Fl@33, the most comprehensive showcase of three-dimensional letterforms ever written. Featuring over 1,300 images of more than 300 projects by more than 160 designers including Sagmeister, Vaughan Oliver, Milton Glaser, Italo Lupi, Hort and Non-Format. The variety of work is amazing, spanning decades and materials, from nails and balloons to human skin.
Fl@33 made this great video which takes you through the entire book (with musical accompaniment by Lou Rawls). Published by Laurence King, you can get your copy here.
Coca-Cola links up with British artist and illustrator James Jarvis. Together they present a series of limited edition Coca-Cola cans, celebrating the 125th anniversary of the beverage brand. Overall there will be 6 different cans by James Jarvis. The project was curated by Kevin Poon of CLOT and Communion W and the cans seem to be out now in Hong Kong.
Via Visuelle and their post about the recent New York Times Magazine rebrand, found an interesting little article about the renovation of the TWA Terminal that closed down in 2001 at John F. Kennedy International Airport, New York. Amazing original architecture from 1962. Photography by David Leventi.