Make Area

Make Area the online home of Alexey Malina has some nice visual explorations. I’m especially digging the Seven Sins series which explores each sin as a geometric shape.


They Magazine

They Magazine is a publication created by photographer Azita Rasoli and designer Marshall Rake. Issue 1 uses photo collages from various photoshoots combined with short fiction to create an abstract narrative.


Lo Res Project

The Lo Res Project by United Nude aims to create new design variations from objects by running a simplifying software algorithm on the original shapes. There are some very interesting outcomes to this experimentation, which includes a Lamborghini!


Japanese Manhole Covers

If you ever find yourself in Japan, you should definitely partake in a spot of drainspotting! This Flickr pool has a fantastic collection of these beautiful artworks from different Japanese districts, the level of detail is amazing.


Favela Painting

Favela Painting is an amazing project by two dutch artists Haas&Hahn to revitalise the Favelas of Brazil. It’s great to see an initiative that can bring such an enormous change to what can be dangerous and violent places. (via It’s Nice That)


Roderik Henderson

Roderik Henderson captures a sad sense of longing in his images which explore the void between departure and destination. Ghostlike and transient these photographs instil not only loneliness but often a strange feeling of peace and tranquility.



French art collective PlusMoins are a group of Musicians, designers, photographers, video artists and programmers who collaborate to create improvised experiences using technology.


The Mixtape Club

“A good compilation tape, like breaking up, is hard to do. You’ve got to kick off with a corker, to hold the attention and then you’ve got to up it a notch, or cool it a notch, and you can’t have white music and black music together, unless the white music sounds like black music, and you can’t have two tracks by the same artist side by side, unless you’ve done the whole thing in pairs and… oh, there are loads of rules.”

Creating a great mixtape is definitely an artform. The Mixtape Club presents 10 people, 10 tracks and 10 album covers. Go discover some new tunes.

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