“The glow-in-the-dark reports were placed in a special room designed by Brigada that would automatically dim its light whenever someone entered the room. Readers were then treated to the world’s first glow-in-the-dark book, which undoubtedly made it easier to comb through all of the facts and figures presented before them.”
Good ideas glow in the dark by Bruketa & Zinic
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“The glow-in-the-dark reports were placed in a special room designed by Brigada that would automatically dim its light whenever someone entered the room. Readers were then treated to the world’s first glow-in-the-dark book, which undoubtedly made it easier to comb through all of the facts and figures presented before them.”
Good ideas glow in the dark by Bruketa & Zinic
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“The glow-in-the-dark reports were placed in a special room designed by Brigada that would automatically dim its light whenever someone entered the room. Readers were then treated to the world’s first glow-in-the-dark book, which undoubtedly made it easier to comb through all of the facts and figures presented before them.”
Good ideas glow in the dark by Bruketa & Zinic
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“The glow-in-the-dark reports were placed in a special room designed by Brigada that would automatically dim its light whenever someone entered the room. Readers were then treated to the world’s first glow-in-the-dark book, which undoubtedly made it easier to comb through all of the facts and figures presented before them.”
Good ideas glow in the dark by Bruketa & Zinic
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“The glow-in-the-dark reports were placed in a special room designed by Brigada that would automatically dim its light whenever someone entered the room. Readers were then treated to the world’s first glow-in-the-dark book, which undoubtedly made it easier to comb through all of the facts and figures presented before them.”
Good ideas glow in the dark by Bruketa & Zinic
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“The glow-in-the-dark reports were placed in a special room designed by Brigada that would automatically dim its light whenever someone entered the room. Readers were then treated to the world’s first glow-in-the-dark book, which undoubtedly made it easier to comb through all of the facts and figures presented before them.”
Good ideas glow in the dark by Bruketa & Zinic
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“The glow-in-the-dark reports were placed in a special room designed by Brigada that would automatically dim its light whenever someone entered the room. Readers were then treated to the world’s first glow-in-the-dark book, which undoubtedly made it easier to comb through all of the facts and figures presented before them.”

Good ideas glow in the dark by Bruketa & Zinic

Katja Mayer and Peter Chadwick visited various paintball facilities in the British countryside to shoot the series, Days Lost, using a 6x7 Mamiya. There are no special effects here, beyond minor color adjustments in Photoshop. The nuclear-orange plumes that hover menacingly over the forest floor are just smoke flares paintballers use as shields against enemy players
Paintball Fields Turn Into Mystical Landscapes by http://www.katjamayer.com/
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Katja Mayer and Peter Chadwick visited various paintball facilities in the British countryside to shoot the series, Days Lost, using a 6x7 Mamiya. There are no special effects here, beyond minor color adjustments in Photoshop. The nuclear-orange plumes that hover menacingly over the forest floor are just smoke flares paintballers use as shields against enemy players
Paintball Fields Turn Into Mystical Landscapes by http://www.katjamayer.com/
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Katja Mayer and Peter Chadwick visited various paintball facilities in the British countryside to shoot the series, Days Lost, using a 6x7 Mamiya. There are no special effects here, beyond minor color adjustments in Photoshop. The nuclear-orange plumes that hover menacingly over the forest floor are just smoke flares paintballers use as shields against enemy players
Paintball Fields Turn Into Mystical Landscapes by http://www.katjamayer.com/
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Katja Mayer and Peter Chadwick visited various paintball facilities in the British countryside to shoot the series, Days Lost, using a 6x7 Mamiya. There are no special effects here, beyond minor color adjustments in Photoshop. The nuclear-orange plumes that hover menacingly over the forest floor are just smoke flares paintballers use as shields against enemy players

Paintball Fields Turn Into Mystical Landscapes by http://www.katjamayer.com/

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Deconstructing Ways by Isidro Blasco (it will be at Mullins Street and Market Row until January 31, 2012.). Photos via [JAM Project]
Art & About Sydney is the city’s annual public arts festival that’s basically like one   big, open-air art gallery. Projects by Australian and international   artists are creatively re-imagining the streets, turning the city into a   giant canvas.
This year’s artists include Rebar (San Francisco), Brook Andrew   (Sydney-Melbourne), Barry McGee (San Francisco), Magda Sayeg (Austin),   curated by Amanda Sharrad and Justine Topfer, with individual projects   by Isidro Blasco (New York), Heidi Axelson, Hugo Moline and Adriano   Pupilli (Sydney) and Sarah Langdon and Emma Pike (Sydney).
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Deconstructing Ways by Isidro Blasco (it will be at Mullins Street and Market Row until January 31, 2012.). Photos via [JAM Project]
Art & About Sydney is the city’s annual public arts festival that’s basically like one   big, open-air art gallery. Projects by Australian and international   artists are creatively re-imagining the streets, turning the city into a   giant canvas.
This year’s artists include Rebar (San Francisco), Brook Andrew   (Sydney-Melbourne), Barry McGee (San Francisco), Magda Sayeg (Austin),   curated by Amanda Sharrad and Justine Topfer, with individual projects   by Isidro Blasco (New York), Heidi Axelson, Hugo Moline and Adriano   Pupilli (Sydney) and Sarah Langdon and Emma Pike (Sydney).
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Deconstructing Ways by Isidro Blasco (it will be at Mullins Street and Market Row until January 31, 2012.). Photos via [JAM Project]
Art & About Sydney is the city’s annual public arts festival that’s basically like one   big, open-air art gallery. Projects by Australian and international   artists are creatively re-imagining the streets, turning the city into a   giant canvas.
This year’s artists include Rebar (San Francisco), Brook Andrew   (Sydney-Melbourne), Barry McGee (San Francisco), Magda Sayeg (Austin),   curated by Amanda Sharrad and Justine Topfer, with individual projects   by Isidro Blasco (New York), Heidi Axelson, Hugo Moline and Adriano   Pupilli (Sydney) and Sarah Langdon and Emma Pike (Sydney).
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Deconstructing Ways by Isidro Blasco (it will be at Mullins Street and Market Row until January 31, 2012.). Photos via [JAM Project]

Art & About Sydney is the city’s annual public arts festival that’s basically like one big, open-air art gallery. Projects by Australian and international artists are creatively re-imagining the streets, turning the city into a giant canvas.

This year’s artists include Rebar (San Francisco), Brook Andrew (Sydney-Melbourne), Barry McGee (San Francisco), Magda Sayeg (Austin), curated by Amanda Sharrad and Justine Topfer, with individual projects by Isidro Blasco (New York), Heidi Axelson, Hugo Moline and Adriano Pupilli (Sydney) and Sarah Langdon and Emma Pike (Sydney).

 The Exhibitionist 
The personal art projects of Brock Davis are witty and humorous. His creations are diverse from a Rice Krispies replica of Stonehenge to a Broccoli tree house.
About the Artist:
Brock Davis is a Minneapolis-based artist and musician who works on  primarily self-initiated projects in a variety of mediums. He currently  serves as creative director at Carmichael Lynch where his work has won  such accolades as the prestigious Cannes Lion award for creative  excellence. Not limiting himself to advertising, Brock’s talents span  music, drawing, graphic design, writing, works of art both serious and  absurd, and a killer instinct for video games. The one constant is an  exceptional track record for transforming humor and insights into work  that gets a reaction.
More at http://www.itistheworldthatmadeyousmall.com/
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 The Exhibitionist 
The personal art projects of Brock Davis are witty and humorous. His creations are diverse from a Rice Krispies replica of Stonehenge to a Broccoli tree house.
About the Artist:
Brock Davis is a Minneapolis-based artist and musician who works on  primarily self-initiated projects in a variety of mediums. He currently  serves as creative director at Carmichael Lynch where his work has won  such accolades as the prestigious Cannes Lion award for creative  excellence. Not limiting himself to advertising, Brock’s talents span  music, drawing, graphic design, writing, works of art both serious and  absurd, and a killer instinct for video games. The one constant is an  exceptional track record for transforming humor and insights into work  that gets a reaction.
More at http://www.itistheworldthatmadeyousmall.com/
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 The Exhibitionist 
The personal art projects of Brock Davis are witty and humorous. His creations are diverse from a Rice Krispies replica of Stonehenge to a Broccoli tree house.
About the Artist:
Brock Davis is a Minneapolis-based artist and musician who works on  primarily self-initiated projects in a variety of mediums. He currently  serves as creative director at Carmichael Lynch where his work has won  such accolades as the prestigious Cannes Lion award for creative  excellence. Not limiting himself to advertising, Brock’s talents span  music, drawing, graphic design, writing, works of art both serious and  absurd, and a killer instinct for video games. The one constant is an  exceptional track record for transforming humor and insights into work  that gets a reaction.
More at http://www.itistheworldthatmadeyousmall.com/
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 The Exhibitionist 
The personal art projects of Brock Davis are witty and humorous. His creations are diverse from a Rice Krispies replica of Stonehenge to a Broccoli tree house.
About the Artist:
Brock Davis is a Minneapolis-based artist and musician who works on  primarily self-initiated projects in a variety of mediums. He currently  serves as creative director at Carmichael Lynch where his work has won  such accolades as the prestigious Cannes Lion award for creative  excellence. Not limiting himself to advertising, Brock’s talents span  music, drawing, graphic design, writing, works of art both serious and  absurd, and a killer instinct for video games. The one constant is an  exceptional track record for transforming humor and insights into work  that gets a reaction.
More at http://www.itistheworldthatmadeyousmall.com/
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 The Exhibitionist 
The personal art projects of Brock Davis are witty and humorous. His creations are diverse from a Rice Krispies replica of Stonehenge to a Broccoli tree house.
About the Artist:
Brock Davis is a Minneapolis-based artist and musician who works on  primarily self-initiated projects in a variety of mediums. He currently  serves as creative director at Carmichael Lynch where his work has won  such accolades as the prestigious Cannes Lion award for creative  excellence. Not limiting himself to advertising, Brock’s talents span  music, drawing, graphic design, writing, works of art both serious and  absurd, and a killer instinct for video games. The one constant is an  exceptional track record for transforming humor and insights into work  that gets a reaction.
More at http://www.itistheworldthatmadeyousmall.com/
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 The Exhibitionist

The personal art projects of Brock Davis are witty and humorous. His creations are diverse from a Rice Krispies replica of Stonehenge to a Broccoli tree house.

About the Artist:

Brock Davis is a Minneapolis-based artist and musician who works on primarily self-initiated projects in a variety of mediums. He currently serves as creative director at Carmichael Lynch where his work has won such accolades as the prestigious Cannes Lion award for creative excellence. Not limiting himself to advertising, Brock’s talents span music, drawing, graphic design, writing, works of art both serious and absurd, and a killer instinct for video games. The one constant is an exceptional track record for transforming humor and insights into work that gets a reaction.

More at http://www.itistheworldthatmadeyousmall.com/