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Jean Jullien: irony is served | Lancia TrendVisions

Jean Jullien: irony is served

Artist and graphic designer Jean Jullien was born in France but has chosen London as his hometown, after studying there at two of the most prestigious schools in the world: Central Saint Martins and the Royal College of Art. The running theme in his work is experimentation, as he swings back and forth between video making, photography, fashion, installations, publishing and poster art, proving strong eclecticism and artistic vitality. His style is simple and colorful. For the “Face Plates”…

Mike Lemanski, graphic design, illustration, poster

Strike Against Sopa!

Internet goes on strike — blackout everywhere. On Wed Jan 18, many of your favorites sites will be unavailable to you to stop web censorship. Call your congressperson today.

summer print | britt bass.

Summer Print

Summer by Britt Bass Warm, glowing brights mingle with soft pastels on this print from Britt Bass. An abstract painter and installation artist, Bass is based in Atlanta, Georgia. - Giclee print on canson photographique paper - 10" x 14" paper size - Image is 9 x 13" - Please note: all artwork purchases are final sale

Sigrid Calon


Tumblr is a place to express yourself, discover yourself, and bond over the stuff you love. It's where your interests connect you with your people.

Vogue edit 00.01— KLFRGLSTC Design

Atoms & Empty Spaces - klfrglstc: Vogue edit 00.01—  KLFRGLSTC Design

klfrglstc: Vogue edit 00.01— KLFRGLSTC Design

the tiny universe

the tiny universe


Get out of town post bank holiday blues – professional doodler Hattie Stewart's not having any of it

Here in the UK we're just back to work this morning after four long, lovely days off for the Easter weekend. So it's snap back to reality (oh, there goes gravity) and however much you like your job, there's sure to be a period of readjustment. Here at It's NIce That we take your mental well-being pretty seriously and so we knew we had to come back with something so blisteringly brilliant it would blow those blues sky high. And fear not, because in Hattie Stweart we've found just the creative…