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this is los angeles

This Los Angeles is having their first art opening tonight. It’s a group show that includes our friends Maya Hayuk and Florencio Zavala. Wish I could be there!

3-D illustrator

Sight Unseen has a nice post about Berlin-based 3-D illustrator Sarah Illenberger. She talks about her process and her use of tactile materials.


If you live in New York, I highly recommend going to see the exhibition slash paper under the knife, which is up at MAD until April 2010. Above is some wonderful work by Béatrice Coron and the second one I’m not sure of. The love, care and fragility of these objects will leave you in awe.

texting is in my genes

Check out this article from the NY Times about texting by Koreans—texting at the speed of light that is.

Ed Fella on what he does best

origami fun


Want a little break from the computer? Found this link on different kinds of origami you can make (link found through DesignSponge).

Katrin Schacke

Above is some beautiful work by Katrin Schacke who is based in Frankfurt. She is also included the new book Neuland: The Future of German Graphic Design designed by Two Points.

Frohes Neues Jahr!

Happy New Year folks! My new mantra is “2010=less suck!”

Welcome Henriette!

BER just had a baby girl! Welcome Henriette Kimya Prinz! And most of all congratulations Gundi and Niko! We are all so happy for you!

Sister Corita Love

Just visited the Zach Feuer Gallery last Saturday to check out the always inspiring work of Sister Corita Kent. Her silkscreen prints just POP. I felt elated from looking at her work. This reminds me that I still need to read her and Jan Steward’s book: Learning by Heart: Teachings to Free the Creative Spirit.