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March 1 |

Graphic designer Yoni Alter has reinterpreted some of the world’s most popular cities in CMYK shape form. The result is a simplified and iconic look at urban desintations. Fans can check out the entire series here and even order their own signed prints!

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February 25 |

Swedish energy drink, Burn, has teamed up with Grain Media to present a history of Snowboarding. The resulting documentary We Ride: The Story of Snowboarding features a 40year history of the sport from its inception to present day riding as told by some of the most influential figures of the scene. A fulllength actionsports film available online for free? Hell yes!

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February 21 |

Jasper Wong’s artist and cultural gathering in Honolulu, Hawaii, Pow Wow, just completed its second year on the island. The result was another successful joining of creative minds and hands that converged to engage the community and each other via murals, panel discussions and social events. From the looks of it the gathering is a success story for Wong, just not one that’s complete yet! You see, Pow Wow needs to be documented and its message needs spreading. Hence a Kickstarter campaign that’s seeking to publicly source a film documentary about the project and a book cataloguing all of the amazing art that it has produced. Not a bad thing at all! Even though they’ve already reached their pledge goal fans can still jump on board to contribute and receive supporter perks as well.

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February 18 |

Just in time for the upcoming Academy Awards, Graphic Designer, Olly Moss has dropped a rather fun interpretation of The Oscars, 85 Years of Oscars to be exact! The British creative has actually “redesigned” each year’s Oscar to coincide with the winner of Best Picture that particular time around. The results are pretty darn cool. Check out the entire spread here.

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February 11 |

Imagine, if you will, that your favorite music program’s psychedelic screensaver met with the precise brushstrokes (or mouse strokes) of your wielding hand? That’s kind of what you get when you fiddle around with digital designer Yuri Vishnevsky’s Silk project. The interactive artwork program allows users to create celestial patterns in symmetric or free form. Now we could just sit here and write out a more detailed explanation, but it’s the kind of stuff that just has to be experienced to understand. Go ahead give it a go! And if you really dig it you can download the iPad app here.

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