Born in a small town in Iceland in 1984, Siggi Eggertsson is a graphic designer who just keeps getting bigger and bigger. I saw his work on all sorts of sites last night, and for good reason. His muted lend of colors and shapes really stands out amongst the rest out there. His work feels almost similar to that of eBoy’s, but not really, I think their both just obsessed with tiny details.
He’s only 23 and he’s already worked with Coke, H&M, Stussy, Arkitip, Readymade and a ton more. Color me jealous.
I spotted Kristian Henson’s work in an old issue of Swindle and was really drawn (har har) to his great artwork. Right now his site is being updated, so I couldn’t get a lot of info on him, but it looks like he works with Shep Fairey on a lot of projects. His website also says that his zip code is the same as mine, so that makes him my neighbor as well. So that’s something.
He’s worked with companies like Swindle, Ubiquity Records, Motorola and I’m sure a many more. For right now though, you can go to his site and download a PDF of his work to get a better idea of his style. Really great stuff.
Incase is expanding it’s line of awesome iPhone cases to now include the CMY of CMYK, Cyan, Magenta, and Yellow. They join Black, Steel Blue, and Red to give the iPhone a bit of color. After holding an iPhone with Incase’s cover, I can say for sure that they work well and look good. I thought they would stick in your pocket, but the material is pretty slick. I really like the cyan and yellow a lot, and I’m sure my mom would love the magenta one.
When I get my iPhone this X-Mas, I’ll definitely have to pick one of these up.
There are a million types of these Brokeback Mountain parody videos, but I think this one takes the cake.
It was supposed to be a 5 year mission, and the one thing they didn’t think they’d find… was love. I really didn’t like Brokeback Mountain, but I love me some William Shatner. Good for a laugh here at midnight.
To start off, I’m back in LA, and pretty glad to be home. I missed being here, missed sleeping in my bed, and driving my car. Jeff and I had a great time though, and to prove it, I have a bunch of rad photos.
I’ve been slowly using my Lomo LC-A more and more lately, trying to figure out it’s quirks and the such. Well, I ended up shooting three rolls while I was on the east coast, so I think I’ve finally figured it out. It’s actually pretty fun to use, though I’m still having some trouble judging distance for the focus. But I think practice will make perfect on that issue.
All of the photos were taken in Boston or New York, and I used Fuji 200 film. I love how old and vintage they feel. It’s kind of nice to step away from digital for a while and have some photos with some grain and grit to them. There are 17 more photos under the cut, so I suggest you check them out.