Inspiring archive for 2017-10-11

People Struggle to Draw Popular Brand Logos From Memory

(3 years ago)
156 Americans were given 30 minutes to draw the logos of 10 famous company's from memory. The challenge was set as part of a project called "Branded in Memory". While accuracy was a major struggle for most, the colours people chose were actually correct 80% of the time. Check out some of the interesting (and hilarious) results

Artist Spotlight: Javier de Riba

(3 years ago)
Recent interventions by Barcelona-based designer and artist Javier de Riba (previously featured here). Named both for its location and resemblance to the Catalan word for flower, de Riba’s ongoing “Floors” project involves applying new patterns to abandoned flooring as a testament to the experiences and lives they once formed a daily part.  

Editor Pick: Preston Hartley

(3 years ago)
A documentation of Vietnam and Western culture shock by photographer Preston Hartley. Submitted by Hartley and selected as an Editor Pick. Click here if you have a project you’d like to share. See more images from “Salmon Salmo” below.  

“Flashback” by Artist Kim Cogan

(3 years ago)
San Francisco-based painter Kim Cogan explores the vanishing architecture of the city’s streets. Click here for previous post. See more images from his latest series below or on display at Hashimoto Contemporary until October 28. All studio images by Shaun Roberts.