UK-based freelance graphic designer Pete Ware of 17th and Oak pay typographic homage to movies and TV by using iconic quotes and characters. How about this Darth Vader one? Fantastic. An A3 print cost £30 including P&P. Check out his webpage 17thandOak.co.uk for more designs and information on how to order. He also creates personalised cdesigns of your favourite quote.
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What would you do if you passed the square in your town and saw agiant red button with a sign that says “Push to Add Drama”? Would you push it?
That’s the idea behind TNT Belgium’s brilliantly executed live-commerical. It’s absolutely genius. Check it out below. Thanks to my dear friend malinaldi who brought this to my attention.
Rockstar Bill Kaulitz will join Heidi Klum tomorrow night on Germany’s Next Top Model. The show was filmed a few weeks ago at the Galaxy Theater in Los Angeles. Heidi personally called Bill and asked him to join the show: “I just called him and lured him with pretty girls” Heidi told today’s Bild newspaper.
In this weeks episode the models will get styled like rockstars and do a stage dive photoshoot. Joining Bill and Heidi is also star photographer Marc Baptiste.
The team of Heidi + Bill is a dream come true of mine. I always wished Bill would appear on Project Runaway. After all, he is the best dressed male celebrity in the world today and has a unique style. Many designers such as like Karl Lagerfeld, Wolfgang Joop and Killian Kerner are all fans of his styles. What I most love about his style is that he makes menswear look interesting, and he is one of the few guys that girls look at for inspiration. Sure, like any true fashion icon he makes hits and misses, but he is always interesting and he is never afraid of taking risks and doesn’t dress for the sole purpose of attention or shockvalue, even though his style often draws lot of attention. I admire people who doesn’t always play it safe (Jennifer “black dress, hair in her face” Aniston, I’m looking at you).
The show will air on Pro Sieben at 20.30 CET tomorrow,
…and so is the fantastic Mad Men! Woohoo! Fifth season finally starts this month after a 17 month long hiatus. I can’t wait to see what Matthew Weiner have in stores for us.
I am dead curious about the new film I’m Still Here , directed by Casey Affleck and portraying actor Joaquin Phoenix during one year after which he announced he would quit acting and take up a career as a rapper. Is it a documentary or a mockumentary? Affleck has always maintained it is not a joke and that it is a serious chronicle of Phoneix struggles to be taken serious in his new career choice.
I'm Still Here Poster
Since 2008 we have seen Phoenix going from a clean shaven, well dressed, extremely talented oscan nominated actor to a scruffy-looking mumbling wannabe hiphoper with long unruly beard and unwashed hair behaving quite strange in public. If it is serious, then I feel sorry for Phoenix, if it is a mockumentary it gotta be one of the funniest and elaborated jokes-on-you in the recent history of entertainment.
The movie has its world premiere this week. I can’t wait to see it.
Photo Credit: Magnolia Pictures