Gosha Rubchinsky. Designer. Moscow.

Mask made from Nike Air Max sneakers.
Inspired by teenage boys who sniff glue in Russia.
Gosha is a men's wear fashion designer.

Switzerland CS. Montreal.

The talented people at Switzerland recently collaborated with photographer Jamie-James Medina (of Polite Company) + illustrator Dave Arnold to design this poster for Pete Seeger's 90th birthday concert at Madison Square Garden.


House of Earth + Light. Arizona.

Architects: The Construction Zone. Marwan Al-Sayed.
The house is composed of 3 minimalist boxes fused into a single structure—two “bookends” connected by a steel-and-glass bridge bisecting the lot. The glass-walled bridge holds the open dining and living area, while the bedrooms and kitchen rest on solid ground between thick walls the color of the gray granite found on the site. Love the expansive windows and skylights.

Time for a Tofutti Break.

see previous post here.

I love this show. It's rare that I like a 'new' show (not the usual suspects) but this one's got me hooked.

Power Pig. Graphic Designer. Canada.

Keep playing with toys and rodents Power Pig!

Steve Lambert. Artist. Brooklyn.

Steve's show at Charlie James Gallery in LA.

Redefining American Identity. Paper mag.

Geoff McFetridge.(Amazing) Canadian-born artist+designer.

Kevin Roberts. CEO + creative force of Saatchi & Saatchi.

Shepard Fairey of OBEY GIANT.

Alex Kalman, Josh + Benny Safdie. Red Bucket Films.

Mike Mills. Graphic designer, film-maker, author, rad cat.

Andy Spade of Kate Spade + Jack Spade.

Paper Magazine's founder Kim Hastreiter, asked 15 brilliant minds including Andy Spade, Kevin Roberts, Shepard Fairey, Ron English, Steve Powers, Chris Johanson, Mike Mills, Geoff McFetridge, and Alex Kalman, to create ads that would help redefine America’s identity. Featured in the newest issue of Paper.

Pop Deluxe Shop.

Laptop Case Map.

Pantone Book Bag. (a-maze!)

Pantone Big Wallet.

Magnetic Bulletin Board.

LEGO iPod Stereo Dock.

Tattoo Flash Dolls.
Pop Deluxe = John + Amber Westerman. Based in Wisconsin.


Pete Seeger: The Power of Song.


Those were the days my friend.

Wholesome Americana at it's best... why do I reminisce about a time that I never lived through?

I Play. 1957.