Iconic photographs recreated in Lego

Photographer Mike Stimpson has recreated some of the most famous photographs of the 20th century. Very interesting as he managed to match the mood but injected a little of his own creativity and wit into them. Lunch Atop a Skyscraper lego3.jpg


Is Good Design Art?

One of the great things I love about blogging, is you get to meet so many great people through your blog. One of them, whom I now consider a friend, is William Lehman from the Artist Hideout. Not only is he a


The Sorted Book Project

I stumbled over some very interesting work by Nina Katchadourian, a multi-media artist. The Sorted Book Project, started in 1993, takes place in may locations from public libraries to private book collections. The process is the same in every case: culling through a collection of


Inside the Minds of Designers

Michael Graves Its amazing that the Moleskine has manage to brand and associate themselves with the great talents of our time. Don't get me wrong as I think this is a good thing, but I wonder if this branding aspect has been taken too far.


Tree Drawings

Take a look at these amazing tree drawn artworks by a very innovative London based artist Tim Knowles. From his online exhibition: Drawings produced by pens attached to the tips of tree branches, as the branches move in the wind the tree draws on to


Chris Bangle: Great cars are Art

Many people dislike Chris Bangle's work, but to me he is perhaps one of the best design managers there is. In fact I wrote him an email once about design management, but he never replied. Regardless, take a look at this talk he