If you for some reason you ain’t familiar with the magaizine Adbusters, allow me to introduce you to one of the most avant-garde and radical publications of the modern era. Thanks to my good friend (Loren Polster) who gifted me a subscription to the commendable bi-monthly, I now have an even larger disdain for capitalism than before ;}. Here is a link to preview issues of past ADBUSTERS. Even if you can’t agree with all the critical views presented in […]
Here’s a randow medley of fun images that have accumulated on the desktop over the past couple months – hope they make ya smirk!
Categories: Abstract, Art, Comedy, Disco, Drugs, Graphic Design, Illustration, Ink + Paper, Light, Lighting, Modern Events, Nature, Painting, Photography, Physics, Posters, Psychedelica, Skulls, Snow, Surreal, Textures, Woodblock
There is a certain Zen-like quality to Steve Clark‘s creations. Toying around with watered down inks and allowing the runny pigments in suspension to interact with other elements on the page such as singed areas; Clark fabricates visuals that look elementary, but possess a complexity and aesthetic that is ethereal and casually magical .
Ohara Koson was a master print maker who lived in the Tokyo area in late 1800’s – 1945. Along with a few other masters of the field, Ohara played a large role in resurrecting the Shin-hanga print style from the 17th century. EXQUISITE CRAFTSMANSHIP.
Juxtapoz recently had a few great features on Psychedelic posters of the 60’s and 70’s – here is a sampling from the best of the the “Big 5” (Stanley Mouse, Alton Kelley, Victor Moscoso, Wes Wilson, & Rick Griffin) from the hub of it all: San Francisco. FAR OUT