When you buy a ticket to Hansel & Gretel, a new installation by Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei, you might not notice the fine print on the back: “Your attendance at this event shall be deemed your consent to have your image or likeness appear in any video display or reproduction in whole or i
To create the signatures, Rougeux took each of Shakespeare’s 154 sonnets, stripped them of their punctuation, then assigned each letter used a numerical value (a=1, b=2, c=3, and so on).
Twitter account Cinema Palettes takes screenshots from classic films and translates them to ten-part color palettes.
Mass is a site specific installation project by Carson Davis Brown about creating visual disruptions in places of mass (to date: big-box stores, super-centers, etcetera.).
You can try to dismantle your e-reader, but you can’t unscrew an eBook.
The flexi disc has, for a physically flimsy format, an incredibly diverse background, and its story incorporates everyone from the Beatles, David Bowie, and ABBA, to Alice Cooper and heavy metal.
We so often hear pictures described as worth a thousand words apiece, but the Philographics project seems to have found a way to increase that value by at least 27,218. Or it has if you believe its blurb from Co.
He made it! After an entire year, graphic designer Pete Majarich completed his ambitious design project, A Movie Poster a Day, completing exactly 365 unique poster redesigns.