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Jung Katz

Because we love to promote the underdogs, the young, the creative; we also love to promote those, who promote. Got that? Great.

Jung Katz are just like us, pushing forward resources and information useful for the fledgling designer, as well as showcasing the work of said designers and finally alongside this multimedia showcase are a series of interviews from a very wide range of practitioners, which really are a pleasure to read.

From across the globe and from across the gamut of media, Jung Katz looks set to be one to bookmark for regular reading. Here are a couple of pieces featured on their blog as a taster…

Elif Biradlı

Sophie Filomena

Marton Gosztonyi

Get involved, follow on Twitter, Facebook and of course read the excellent blog http://jungkatz.com/.


JND – Dust

‘Dust’ from JND‘s (Flame Griller) album ‘Working Classics’ out December 1st 2012 on Sinoptip Music.
Beat by SAYSWHO? cuts by HASH FINGER shot and edited by MAJOR KUTS.

Cardboard City

Kiel Johnson’s amazing installation, ‘Everyone’s an Architect’, for TEDActive 2012.

Check the video!


via. Strictly Paper

Verb T – The Morning Process



Few graphic .GIFs I’ve found around, plus a couple of my own (first 2). If you are still stuck on dial-up (!?) I wouldn’t recommend clicking to see the rest..

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Josef Koudelka

See the full set with info on Josef Koudelka here.

Dustin Watson

This seems appropriate with the Olympics now in full swing! Here’s a sport related submission from Phoenix based Vector Artist, Dustin Watson.

Check out more of Dustin’s work (not all sport related) here:



I try to stay out of the whole “swag” thing…but..

Loads more here

LIFE – BEFORE AND AFTER D-DAY: Rare colour photos

“It’s no mystery why images of unremitting violence spring to mind when one hears the deceptively simple term, “D-Day.” We’ve all seen — in photos, movies, old news reels — what happened on the beaches of Normandy (codenamed Omaha, Utah, Juno, Gold and Sword) as the Allies unleashed an historic assault against German defenses on June 6, 1944.

But in color photos taken before and after the invasion, LIFE’s Frank Scherschel captured countless other, lesser-known scenes from the run-up to the onslaught and the heady weeks after: American troops training in small English towns; the French countryside, implausibly lush after the spectral landscape of the beachheads; the reception GIs enjoyed en route to the capital; the jubilant liberation of Paris itself.

As presented here, in masterfully restored color, Scherschel’s pictures feel at-once profoundly familiar and somehow utterly, vividly new.”

Incredible, see the full set here.

Rihanna by Terry Richardson

Terry Richardson added these recent shots of Rihanna to his blog today, you can see the rest here. Thanks Terry.