Willie Witte is experimenting here with taking screengrabs printouts and then using them as transition pieces between video cuts.
These woodcut posters were made for a store called LOEB in Switzerland. Nice!
Pop Chart Lab is selling this really lovely print of 100 cameras in history for just $22. The 18″x24″ poster is limited to 500 prints in this first edition.
Back in November of last year, CreativeMornings Atlanta had Atlanta-based print shop Henry & Co. make a bunch of these posters for guests of the lecture series. The design was made along with Matchstic. What a nice gift!
Check out this laser-cut toaster by Scott van Haastrecht which searches Google Images for the day’s date and prints out a 6×6 pixel image of a random result from the page onto your morning toast. Abstract, but fun to eat!
Dando Vueltas is selling this Essential Spanish print on Etsy with 100% of the proceeds going to Kiva. Not a huge fan of the type used here, but it does match the illustrations and this does make for a pretty neat wall piece. See some details inside.