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  • Lomography Blue Hour Sessions at Lomography Gallery Store Singapore ended 5 months ago

    Lomography Blue Hour Sessions at Lomography Gallery Store Singapore
    Lomography Gallery Store Singapore presents the Blue Hour Sessions, a 6-part series featuring collaborations with a roster of local bands and graphic artists to press special edition, limited release EPs with live and unplugged recordings, culminating in a series of monthly Blue Hour gigs and exhibitions!
  • Russian Constructivist Graphic Design: In Service of the Revolution

    Russian Constructivist Graphic Design: In Service of the Revolution
    An art and architecture movement sparked by the Russian Revolution of 1917, Constructivism was spear-headed and encouraged by the Russian avant-garde as a marriage of beauty and practicality. This concept was strongly manifested in the graphic design of the times, and prevailed until the 1940s.
  • Interview with Malaysian Artist Muid Latif

    Interview with Malaysian Artist Muid Latif
    Creativity knows no bounds with artist Muid Latif. Part of Malaysia's Digital Art legacy, Latif is renowned for his unique visual artwork that incorporates traditional SE Asian design which has been installed and exhibited across his home country. Active in progressing the local and international art communities, Latif is also deservedly Malaysia's Behance's Ambassador. Get to know Latif after the jump!
  • Above the Earth, Below the Sky

    Above the Earth, Below the Sky
    I designed the artwork for If These Trees Could Talk's vinyl LP, and used my lomo photos as the centerpiece. Find out more about how I utilized these photos within my work, and how to pick up a copy, after the jump.
  • Crackle And Pop: Judging Vinyl Records By The Cover

    Crackle And Pop: Judging Vinyl Records By The Cover
    I sometimes find myself nostalgic about the process of buying music years ago. Before it became so easy to download music online, owning and acquiring new music was a whole different concept. It had a whole different feeling attached to it. What about you? Do you miss it too? Read on to know how I tried to get some of that feeling back!
  • The Tactile Workshops

    The Tactile Workshops
    Keep your hands off! Don't touch! Isn't it interesting how we hardly ever say 'don't listen' or 'avert thine eyes!' Well, perhaps, but not to the extent of the first two exclamatory remarks, when speaking to children. Bruno Munari's educational book 'The Tactile Workshops' contain highly sensory visuals that show his design savvy nature as well as call into question the role of the sense of 'touch'.
  • LomoAmigo Charlie Wagers Shoots with the Diana F+

    LomoAmigo Charlie Wagers Shoots with the Diana F+
    Well-known Graphic Designer Charlie Wagers takes on analogue photography with the Diana F+! Check out his gallery and his interview after the jump!
  • Analogue Approaches to Graphic Design: Analogue Graphic Design in My Bookshelf

    Analogue Approaches to Graphic Design: Analogue Graphic Design in My Bookshelf
    In the recent years, analogue graphic design has become very popular, so publishing houses have created very good compilations with the best of the best of this style. I am a big fan of these kinds of books: they inspire me very much and are a reference for many things, including photography. I invite you to peer into my bookshelf to look through some of them.
  • Analogue Approaches to Graphic Design: Analogue Agency Leeds

    Analogue Approaches to Graphic Design: Analogue Agency Leeds
    Analogue is a full service graphic and digital design agency based in Leeds that took a very interesting approach to graphic design. This year, they added a new look to their brand identity by showing their craft in a new light: they gave graphic design an analogue look!
  • Non-graphic Graphic Design

    Non-graphic Graphic Design
    If you tell me, it's an essay. If you show me, it's a story. That's what Barbara Green said. Whether Sasha Darling, author of Cowboy Junkies, heard of this is not certain. But her piece surely deserves a mention from us.