A group of ad creatives, designers, animators, directors and illustrators from Ireland created these A3 posters illustrating their worst (real) client feedback. The posters were put on on exhibition and all proceeds went to the Temple Street Children’s Hospital. Hilarious.
Ireland’s creative community got together to release a lot of pent up anger and sadness through the medium of the A3 poster…
Ha! More here.
Yesterday my friend Chelsea showed me this amazing tumblr called Kanye Wes featuring a new meme that pairs stills from Wes Anderson films with lyrics from Kanye West songs. Amazing! This person is a genius.
HA! Right? Speaking of Wes Anderson, I’m FINALLY going to see Moonrise Kingdom this weekend. Can’t wait.
Look at these beautiful aerial shots taken in North America. Wow. Photographers Brent Yaggi and Sarah Hicks sell their prints online. Have a look at their website to find out more. I wouldn’t mind doing this for a living.
Brent Yaggi & Sarah Hicks fly 2,000 feet up in a Cessna 172 to capture patterns with their Nikon lenses. They have scoured many parts of North America over the last three years.Brent is from Pennsylvania and Sarah is from England. They will be married in June 2012.
I haven’t blogged in two weeks! I went to Rocking the Daisies, and since then my life has been super chaotic, so things kind of fell apart. The good news is that I’ve found a nice job in Joburg (more on that later), so I guess this is where I’m going to be for the next while. Daisies was amazing, and I’m definitely going to do a little post on that soon. Last night I went to watch Beatenberg at Kitcheners (Beatenberg! amazing!), and there was this guy called Julian Redpath playing before them. I’d never heard of him and it was a seriously wonderful surprise. His music reminds me of Fionn Regan and is just, in general, pretty damn great. Anyway, have a listen, and Happy Friday!
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