Via Light Industry, a poster by Jason Simon and Chris Marker that depicts every cover of Petite Planète (a series of travel books) that Marker was involved with—“either as editor, designer, cover photographer, author, or all of these roles together.” Great vintage design (and you can buy the poster too).
Nam June Paik’s 80th Anniversary : Nostalgia is an Extended Feedback
Poster for an event at the Nam June Paik Art Centre on the 20th July 2012, the date that would be his 80th birthday:
For Paik, ‘nostalgia’ was not a mere yearning for the past. It was rather a practical act of ruminating on his dreams and passions for the future that had been impossible to realize in the past. Similarly, the exhibition wishes to go beyond a conventional retrospective of the artist. Unfolding ‘the future of the past’ that Paik envisioned, we hope this exhibition will become a convivial feast of science, technology, philosophy, arts and culture all together.
Paik tried to incorporate the potential values of cybernetics, robotics and informatics for humans into art. His unusual view of the world was not that man and nature would devastate each other due to scientific technology, but that man, machine, and nature would be able to come together. We believe that all contemporary artists participating in this exhibition would also have a sense of community with a strong nostalgia for this world view of Paik’s.
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Design to me is a multitude of things. It is everywhere. The world is constantly changing and as a designer, you need to adapt. I love what I do, whatever that may be, and I’m always looking for new ways to challenge myself. This website is a showcase of my favourite and passionate designs, I hope you will enjoy what you see.
The I Ching is unquestionably one of the most important books in the world’s literature. Its origin goes back to mythical antiquity, and it has occupied the attention of the most eminent scholars of China down to the present day.
(photo by Michael Paukner)
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