Olafur Eliasson

Posted by Fabio 30 December 2009

Olafur Eliasson
Take your time
10 December 2009 – 11 April 2010

140 George Street, The Rocks, Sydney, Australia


Posted by Fabio 30 December 2009

Ahndraya Parlato’s work consists of large-format, color photographs that explore the distinctions between banality and normalcy, and the ways in which people impose structures and ideals on the world. Ahndraya has lectured at California College of the Arts, in San Francisco, and is currently teaching at Ithaca College in Ithaca, New York.


We Continue in the Old Style

Posted by Fabio 30 December 2009

A visit to Paul’s Hat Works in the Richmond district of San Francisco. Paul’s is a 90-year-old men’s hatter, now under the ownership of four young women. The film explores their position as women at the heart of a traditionally male-dominated business, as well as their dedication to quality, handmade goods. Directed by John Rory Fraser.

Ivan Puig

Posted by Fabio 28 December 2009

Wonderful installation by Mexican artist Ivan Puig, glass bottles, electric motor and a light. read more


Posted by Fabio 28 December 2009

Funny and strange illustrations from illustrator Elotroctavio.


Travis Collier

Posted by Fabio 28 December 2009

Vancouver based graphic designer and pro BMX rider Travis Collier create designs for bike frames, illustrations for T-shirts and various experiments as the photograph shown here.


Paradise Circus – Massive Attack

Posted by Fabio 26 December 2009

Massive Attack’s new album Helgoland will be released 9 January 2010. The music video for the track Paradise Circus which is to be found on the new album is an old porn movie from 1973 ‘The Devil in Miss Jones’ which has former porn actress Georgina Spelvin as the main act. The 2010 version sees the now elderly Georgina Spelvin explain how it was to take part in the very controversial film at that time whilst Massive Attack’s new track is pumping in the background – groovy. Directed by Toby Dye.

Aurèle Sack

Posted by Fabio 24 December 2009

Swiss based graphic designer and typographer Aurèle Sack has produced a healthy amount of work. Shown here is a spread from the exhibition catalogue for Kunsthaus Zürich.