Outliers: Frans Masereel
A massive influence on Art Spiegelman, Eric Drooker and Will Eisner, Masereel is one of many potential fathers to the graphic novel.
This Is What 'Boyhood' Looks Like As a Barcode
An anonymous Tumblr account has been transforming features into abstract barcodes.
Float, A Documentary About Indoor Airplanes
FLOAT is a documentary-in-progress that delves into gentle, meditative hobby (craft?) of indoor flying, an activity that has never been captured before in this much detail.
Inside A 3D Printing Studio
Talking shop with the co-founders of Make Mode, a digital design and fabrication company that’s worked with Bloomberg, The Atlantic, Barneys and more.
Art Links: Eduardo Paolozzi's Murals At TCR
Another week, another stellar set of linx for your entertainment and edification. Drink in that sweet internet nectar, folks.
Hypebeast Meets Henrik Vibskov
Hypebeast's new video series “Northern Lands” focuses on the Danish city of Copenhagen and the design community there, which is known for producing simple yet elegant products across all disciplines and mediums.
The Lines Are Drawn: Marco Land
Seeking out illustrators worldwide who release their work in books and zines is what this feature’s all about, and today our focus is on Mr. Marco Land.
Beyond the Elementality
At the inception of his skate company Element, Johnny Schillereff decided to focus in on making his connection to nature as part of its ethos.
The 87-year-old, not-for-profit movie palace is a jewel in the crown of historic theatres, still showing limited-release, first-run films almost every night on its single screen.
The Lines Are Drawn: Samme Snow
This week we turn to a young illustrator whose work is detailed, exuberant and influenced by clouds.
Nathan Bell's Fantastic Hats
Artist Nathan Bell has produced a pretty fantastic line of embroidered baseball caps, including one that features a top tier mathmatical pun.
Bill Blast Recreated 1980s Graffiti In ‘A Most Violent Year’
Oliver Lunn tracked Bill down and asked him about the perils of working on the street in the early 80s, the violence, the art, and how this film tells his own personal story.