The idea of taking something ingrained in our culture and then asking for a re-interpretation of it isn't a new concept. One of the more recent and successful attempts at this exercise was the Vader project. And now, just as awesome is the Make Your Franklin project going down HERE. The idea is simple, take the one hundred dollar bill and re-create it. There seem to be two distinct camps for the more successful efforts. The ones I think work best are versions that feel as if they could be actual currency, or are so far gone from what could be an acceptable note [at least from the more conservative parameters].
Thursday, April 21, 2016 - 2:04pmAh, truth in advertising. Swedish artist Viktor Hertz is following up his snarky rebrands of famous logos with a new series of designs.
Tuesday, April 5, 2016 - 3:19pmYup, I'm obsessed with this ampersand from House Industries' Studio Lettering typeface designed by Ken Barber.
Monday, March 21, 2016 - 12:19pmIf you have not heard the heavyhearted news, the art community recently lost an amazing member. The lovely Los Angeles painter, T.S.