Screen-printing in fashion and communication has long been a gateway for brands and creatives alike. The ease and low barriers to entry offer a democratic platform for those to get their message out. Thrash Lab visit will several of Los Angeles’ most influential and well-known screen printers as they each provide their own unique insight into their craft.
[Source: Hypebeast.com & The Trash Lab]
A new short video from filmmaker Callum Preston titled “Why Mono?” aims to find out what it is about black and white that still attracts photographers, publishers and painters alike. Speaking in the video, private art collector Andrew King says that black and white art somehow “goes straight to the point,” avoiding the unnecessary distractions that colour can sometimes bring. Other speakers include photographer Nicole Reed, street artist Rone, and skateboard photographer Steve Gourlay.
Singaporean Perspectives On Travel
Growing up in safe and sheltered Singapore where everything runs like clockwork, even the slightest bit of haphazardness and spontaneity when exploring foreign lands might seem strangely attractive and romantic.
Roughly translating to mean “a sense of place” in French, Terroir is a bespoke bi-annual magazine that seeks to collaborate with and showcase Singaporean perspectives on travel—to share with you what various places meant to their Singaporean authors.
This 192 page magazine is entirely self-published on an inkjet printer and includes three B6 inserts and a C5 insert.
Mobile sculpture from Holland: The Braincar of Olaf Mooij! A black car with an enormous brain as back part and a small characteristic: During the day an external camera takes the reactions of the spectators on and in the night these as dream sequence of three projectors from the inside is projected.
Beautiful vintage photos of Brooklyn taken in the summer of 1974 by Danny Lyon.
All photos © Danny Lyon / National Archives and Records Administration
UPDATE NOTE: see my blog post where you can buy the posters
Update note: It seems like I have to go either Stockholm or Malmö to get these posters since the museum only sell them at the museum shop. (Thanks, Lina )
I saw some really cool Andy Warhol posters in an article of issue 22 of Nytt Rom!
Would ♥ to have these on my walls
The posters are from Moderna Museet in Sweden and the Andy Warhol Exhibition they had in 1968 (10/2-17/3 1968).
If anyone knows where its possible to buy these, please let me know! Couldn’t find any online stores that are selling them. Moderna Museet don’t seem to have them in their online store either (they could have them in their store at the museum?).
I never read, I just look at pictures
I like boring things…
Image from Nyttrom.no:
Zoomed in images I took from my edition of the magazine: