Monday, 28 December 2009


After accidentally discovering someone else's artwork via facebook, I was much too impressed to let this work go a miss! Two random posts of images encouraged me to 'click on' and look further into this individual's style of work. Iqo Jobin, clearly an advanced and familiar user of photoshop, has produced some very eye catching and interesting pieces that kep my eye entertained for ages. They seem to appear strong and impacting which are inspirational and yet mysterious at the same time. It is perhaps not always clear as to why the image was created but more the fact that the question arises as to why he created something like this? The image below however was created with some evident purpose and this was to demonstrate "a stimulant, red is the hottest of the warm colours. Studies show that the red can have physical effect, increasing the rate of respiration and raising blood pressure." The result looks abstract and effective without losing too much focus on its message. To browse further on these works don't hesitate to click they are truly amazing in demonstrating skill and personal flare.

Thursday, 10 December 2009

Off the wall

After stumbling across this video from a previous blog of my friend's Rebekka Baddeley, I couldn't help but feel admiration for these guys, and a longing to produce something of this nature myself. The characters featured are a play on each other, and while it does seem a lengthy watch, it is worth sticking it out for when such precision and skill has gone into it. Have look for yourself and see what you think...
Here are some links direct to their websites:

Wednesday, 2 December 2009

Vending imagination

New Cocacola vending machine from Alain Lores on Vimeo.

How amazing would it be if we actually had vending machines like this? It captures the character and nature of each drink in a playful manner, by using mood and colour to communicate qualities about the drink. Surely making your decision to pick one a little easier?

Through the lens

Aeya 2009 from noayes on Vimeo.

Something weird to watch...



Music and graphics looks awesome here!