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Archive for July, 2009

Matt Barnes

Friday, July 24th, 2009

Matt Barnes

Matt Barnes is nothing more than a voyeur. Sat in the corner, he surveys all before figuring out the best way to add his perverse twist to anything left open to his lewd persuasion. Clad in chambray, he stands, taking one last drag of a cigarillo before it’s stomped to a smolder by his gator boot. As his subject is approached, you realize; when Matt looks at you, he sees only a skewed part of himself. (more…)

24 Timeless Clock Designs

Thursday, July 16th, 2009

Of all the products that you will purchase for your home your clock or clocks, will garner the most use and attention – that’s just the nature of things. So any clock you buy should be timeless in its design and should display not only the time of day but also your unique sense of style and class. We’ve rounded up twenty-four timeless clock designs that would make an ideal addition to any living room, office or kitchen – especially yours. (more…)

Jorge Peniche

Wednesday, July 8th, 2009

Jorge Peniche

Photographer Jorge Peniche, a native of Los Angeles, CA, embarked on his photographic journey in 2006 by shooting photographs for hip-hop heavyweight The Game. Having been put in the fast lane by working with an artist of Game’s caliber, Peniche acted swiftly and capitalized on the opportunity to work with the iconic hip-hop MC as well as with other well-established figures in the industry. In the years since then, Peniche’s photography has evolved and has grown exponentially. Peniche’s multi-faceted personality becomes apparent through his entrepreneurial spirit and lineage of work within photography as well as within entertainment projects. (more…)

A-Z Of Typographers

Wednesday, July 8th, 2009

A-Z

Everything we encounter, from ads to album covers, features some sort of typographic element. Though originally designed as a means of disseminating information, the font’s obvious presence in modern life has allowed many people to explore its capacity for experimentation. The nuances of the trade likely escape the masses but to a large group of people, the font is just another canvas. This roster is not limited to typographers but includes illustrators, writers, and musicians, as well: artists in the most general sense of the term. (more…)