Thamesmead Poster Series

I just LOVE Peter Chadwick's new series of posters about Thamesmead, the London town of Clockwork Orange fame built in the 1960s and 70s. Posters for sale in a limited edition run. A2 designs are £30 + pp and A1 at £45 +pp, and both printed on matt 200gsm paper. Contact info@thisbrutalhouse.com. 

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Spollo Kitchen - A Visual Cookbook

I found this last year, then lost the link but thanks to Pinterest found them again - SPOLLO kitchen, a visual cookbook, the result of a crossover between design and cooking. 100 designers from were invited to participate in the idea by CTS grafica, in collaboration with Aiap (the Italian Association for Visual Communication Design) and Adci (Art Director Club), to illustrate their favourite recipes in a call to create the ultimate culinary poster. The results speak for themselves.



Syd Brak 1980's Airbrush Collection

I had a couple of these on my bedroom wall in the 80's. I used to stare at them for ages pondering their boss-level airbrushing. I absolutely loved them, taking regular Saturday trips to Athena to paw over the collection.

Apparently the 'Kiss series' by Syd Brak was planned specifically to appeal to teen and pre-teen girls who 'aspire to maturity and sophistication.' Yep. Sound about right. Source: Wikipedia



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Excellent Banners from the March For Europe Rally | Sat 2 July 2016

Today, London saw many thousands of protesters unite for the ‘March for Europe’ rally in opposition to the UK Brexit vote. 

Marching from Park Lane to Parliament Square, a positive day of protest was accompanied by some top notch banners. From "Fromage not Farage", Rick Astley puns like "Never gonna give EU up" and straight to the point "Boris you arse" jibes, an array of inspiring and clever graphics and copy shouted loud and hard today. Here's a collection of the best ones. Enjoy.


Pawel Norbert's Other-Wordly Collages

“We construct our reality in our own way. We do that everyday on our Instagrams, blogs and other carefully curated outlets. Knowing that the world around us doesn’t look like this, we somehow want to believe that all those often extremely filtered and post-processed images in our IG stream are actually the real thing.” 

Polish graphic artist Pawel Nolbert

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