Hey! The layout we did for Scion’s xD Interactive Brochure is now up and live! Features a bunch of awesome stuff from other folks who’ve been involved with Scion A/V. They are the best at getting awesome artists and musicians to do cool stuff, and this brochure showcases Anna Taratiel, Best Coast, Plastic Flesh, among others.
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Gluekit illustration for YOU magazine, 2012.
Gluekit illustration for Runner’s World, 2012.
Gluekit illustration for Sports Illustrated, 2012.
Just got in some amazing images of our art car for Scion! Last week we were in New York for the 10th Anniversary celebration of Scion’s commitment to music, art, and design, which included an exhibition of all the Scion iQ art cars. It was amazing to see our car in real life– and we loved seeing what the other artists (including David Choe, Cody Hudson, French, Dust La Rock, and the Melvins) did with theirs. Super fab to see old friends and meet some new ones as well.
We’re so grateful to Scion for giving us the opportunity to do a car like this! The Scion iQ looks like a little gem.
We created this video for Moleskine earlier this year to help launch their line of postal notebooks. We asked a few of our friends– Inva Cota and Jaewon Seok— to be in the video and they did a great job! Our friend David Baker helped out with the French translation and voice-over work.
More videos by Gluekit here!
Gluekit photo-illustration for Fortune Magazine, 2012.
Photo-illustration by Gluekit for Newsweek, 2012.
There’s a nice video here where you can see the illustration as it appeared in print as the hosts discuss the article which this illustration accompanied.
Our brick bookends were featured in this post on Style Carrot!
Following up on yesterday’s painted bookshelves post, it seemed like a good time to run this. When I put this together a few weeks ago, I had just spent the weekend clearing off our living room bookshelves. Not clearing them of books, but the way too many paintings that are stacked three deep, and vases, and magazines that need filing, and the Swedish Lily candlesticks I keep buying on eBay, and so on. I don’t really need bookends, since I have so many books they go from one end to the next, but I’m often tempted by them design-wise. Here’s an array of bookends both functional and beautiful.
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