Posts in the "Art" Category

December 6, 2012


hi friends. Back from my hiatus!

And OMG check out this incredible project by Tokyo-based photographer Ariko. Erna and Hrefna are Icelandic identical twins that Ariko began to photograph and document in 2009 (when they were nine). The project will be ongoing until they are 16.

In the background info, Ariko mentions the twins saying that they sometimes dream the same dreams. MAGICAL.


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October 30, 2012

Damien Tran

Check out the artwork of Berlin-based poster artist Damien Tran. There’s an easy comparison here to Sonnenzimmer, given the medium and the style, but I think where the Chicago duo are painterly in their work, Damien is more severe and his art leans more towards cut paper fine art than poster art. Fuckin’ beautiful.

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October 12, 2012

aitch and saddo


Two of my favorite illustrators, Saddo and Aitch, who are coincidentally also a couple have just released what I believe is their first small screen printed poster series. The money made from the sales go towards shipping the artists over the Canada from Romania for their first North American gallery show. Show some love!


October 5, 2012


I had never heard of Susan Worsham before.

Now, after having taken the time to look through her beautiful, honest and eerily nostalgic photographs—her stories are all-encompassing.

This particular series, “Some Fox Trails in Virginia”, is meant to be a “metaphorical map, of the rediscovered paths of my childhood home.”


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September 7, 2012

Tokujin Yoshioka

Whilst I am enjoying what is shaping up to be a 90 degree day in SUNNY Portland, OR—why don’t we have a look at the mindblowing art of Tokujin Yoshioka, specifically his 2010 Snow—Sensing Nature exhibition. He is known both for his beautiful design and art, as he crosses boundaries between retail collaborations with Issey Miyake, Hermes and Svarovski.

Oh and: watch a video about it here.

Happy Friday Friends (HFF)!

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