We’ve produced this official film poster for Carol Reed’s The Third Man (1949), in association with StudioCanal and The Dark City Gallery for their British Movies collection. The original blue version is an edition of 150, and the black and metallic silver variant is an edition of 75 only. Both are hand-printed by White Duck in bath.
Next Friday we open a new solo exhibition in Nantes. The show will be in two parts and split between L’Espace LVL and Maison de L’Architecture des Pays de la Loire. Titled ‘Graphisme Utopique vs Architecture Radicale’, the exhibition will primarily explore the influence of Architecture in our work over the past 10 years (yes, it’s been that long!).
It’s our first real solo exhibition since 2009 so we’re really excited about this one. There will be a range of work on show, both old and new, so if you’re in the area it would be great to see you at the opening. Above is the poster for the show and flyer for more info.
We’re very excited to have a very limited re-release of our ‘Lucifer’ jacket for Sixpack France. Designed as a tribute to the jacket worn in Kenneth Anger’s 1972 masterpiece Lucifer Rising, the original release sold out long ago, and has since become one or our most requested pieces. This new release is limited to less than 100 worldwide, and we have a few available in our shop now.
Also available in-store exclusively at Citadium Paris.
We were very happy to design this limited edition print for the 2013 edition of NB Studio’s ‘This Year…’ project. The prints are sent to friends and clients of the studio annually, and this year included prints by us, Supermundane, Jonathan Burton and Katie Scott. The theme for this latest edition was Mars Exploration, so we proposed this hopeful little chap as he dreams of what lies ahead.
Two new La Boca sleeves for FaltyDL. These are for a two part, 12inch vinyl set featuring Ed MacFarlane (Friendly Fires) on vocals and released by Ninja Tune on Feb 11th. The colour sleeve features the original track plus remixes by Gang Gang Dance and Ital, and the B&W sleeve features remixes by 2000Black and Martyn.
1970 short from George Dunning – director of Yellow Submarine. via: io9
Seasons greetings one and all. We’ll be back for more next year please.
More of these nice Russian cards over here -> dangerousminds.net
There’s a lovely exhibition on right now at the EYE Filmmuseum in Amsterdam on the life’s work of German film-maker Oskar Fischniger. ’1900-1967 – Experiments in Cinematic Abstraction’ explores everything from the early experiments right through to the more accomplished shorts and the special FX work for the likes of Fritz Lang. Fischinger may not have been totally appreciated in his own lifetime, but his body of work went on to influence some of the great moving image artists that followed including Harry Smith and John Witney. It’s a fascinating exhibition and a unique chance to see the films up on big screens. Also accompanying the video work are personal letters, animation cells and a few large-scale oil paintings which are pretty great in their own right. The exhibition runs until 17th March 2013 and highly recommend if you’re in Amsterdam. The EYE and Centre For Visual Music have also published a nice book to accompany the show which is available at the EYE now and will receive wider distribution by Thames & Hudson in January.
Lots more info on Oskar Fischinger here -> Centre For Visual Music
We’ve been very excited to work on the artwork for the forthcoming FaltyDL album ‘Hardcourage’. The vinyl gatefold features hand-painted artwork inside and 2x innersleeves. Released by Ninja Tune in Jan 2013. There’s also a poster and T’shirt to follow. See more on our site.
There’s also a little Ninja Tune mini-site based around the album.