As announced on Wednesday 5th September 2012, The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts are to sell and donate its entire collection of the artist’s work this fall. Amongst the vast collection is prints, paintings and photographs, including pieces that have never been seen before by the public. Christie’s auction house has entered into a long-term deal in order to sell the works as it is expected to take a number of years. The process will be completed... CONTINUE READING
Adam Lewin is an artist and illustrator hailing from New York City. His most recent piece is the key visual artwork for Berlin Fashion Week. Entitled Showroom Days, the collection focuses on over 150 designers and artists, both national and international. More than 50 locations across Berlin have been used to showcase the collections, installations, retrospectives and photography of these individuals. After studying at Pratt Institute and The Gerrit Rietveld Academie in the Netherlands, Lewin worked as an illustrator... CONTINUE READING
As covered by Vitamin T, interactive developer Matthew Wallace and partner Driftlab have recently created a mobile app for Walgreens. The app, which is available at www.neurobowl.com, marks Wallace’s transition from his work around the Flash interface into the sphere of mobile development. Here we speak to Wallace and uncover the path he has taken so far in order to find out more about his latest project… Q1. How did you become an interactive developer? I started off building... CONTINUE READING
On 21st August 2012 Ashley Rawlings and Craig Mod launched the digital edition of Art Space Tokyo. As well as releasing the book online it is also now available across all digital publishing platforms. The original version of Art Space Tokyo was a 272 page guidebook published in 2010 covering the museums and galleries in and around Tokyo. The book focuses on 12 galleries and areas of cultural interest and features essays about the Tokyo art scene and interviews... CONTINUE READING
Drinks brand Red Bull have recently been supporting Jessie Ware with the launch of her eagerly anticipated debut album, Devotion. Released on Monday 20th August, Devotion was recorded at Red Bull Studios in November 2011 with the help of co-producers Dave Okumu and Julio Bashmore. In addition to a 30 minute performance at the studio on the release date, Red Bull collaborated with Studio Moross to create a live art installation in East London’s Broadway Market which ran from... CONTINUE READING
As seen on Art of the Menu, J.B Chaykowsky has designed spectacular new branding for Taco Joint. J.B.Chaykowsky describes himself as a “multi-disciplinary designer”, whose expertise lies in branding, both in terms of environment and experience. The man behind numerous exciting projects, all of which are referred to in his blog, is also responsible for the re-branding of Taco Joint. This is a mission of which Art of the Menu proclaim “with a fun, handmade aesthetic and exclamation points... CONTINUE READING
As reported by Lovely Package, graphic designers Freddy Taylor and Noah Collin have created a range of bold brand packaging for Pipcorn, the first product from US company Pipsnacks. Using the American grocery bag as a central theme, Taylor and Collin’s work intends to mirror the natural elements of the product using simplistic yet strong imagery. Hand-stamped in an assortment of colors, this definitive style is designed to reflect the organic methods of the New York City-based snack food... CONTINUE READING
Designers Reynolds and Reyner led a two part initiative in 2011 which worked upon re-sculpting international brands of paints, announced by http://lovelypackage.com. Following the success of this project they were then asked to become involved with the Finnish company Waldo Trommler Paint, a business intending to crack the American market. Aiming to make the branding stand-out whilst focusing on a vibrant visual ethos the product re-design has brought a small company into the mainstream with a bang. The brand... CONTINUE READING
London’s Digital Shoreditch is a two week festival incorporating sessions about careers, identity, innovation, brands, capital and growth. Running from May 21st to June 1st 2012, this year’s was the second of its kind; the mission being to celebrate and inspire creative talent of East London and Tech City. The event provided those of a technical and entrepreneurial mind with networking and career opportunities in amongst the presentations and workshops available. Founder Kam Star setup the festival in order... CONTINUE READING
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