‘YES is a commercial art studio, founded by Alice Cowling & Simon Earith in 2004. Our approach is ideas led and informed by the individual characteristics of each project. Recent commissions have allowed us to create collaborations in art, industry and craft. These projects represent music, art, publishing and broadcasting clients. Non-commissioned work by YES includes an ongoing series of limited edition screen-prints, available through this site.’ – YES
The website isn’t anything to write home about, but there are some nice photos and some other hidden gems on Dibec.
Over the past years my work has enabled me to create small worlds, to realize forms for all kinds of content and to express my observations, awareness and perception of life. Travels to Latin America, the United States, Asia and the Middle East have brought a diverse influence to my work. I solve any brief with the required media and appearance through my dedication and the highest standards I can possibly achieve, which encourages my motivation for the projects I undertake. I aspire to keep this passion. – Marion Mayr
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Some amazing type work and exploration going on over at Chacundum.
Hello everyone, coming in live from our Bangkok studio. We are working to update our blog this weekend, so you might run across some broken links and more garble. Basically we are testing this live over the weekend, working out all the bugs and such. But by Monday all should be smooth and looking much better. The goal is to break the blog free of the mother sites main design and format. This way we can bring you more posts in a much more focused format. Hope you enjoy and sorry for the mess right now!
I view a lot of book sites and through the years they have improved by leaps and bounds. When we first started YWFT I would beg for a text link or an Excel file that I could browse through. Anyway, one of the first sites that tried to have a cool site was Phaidon. It was black with yellow text and would never load properly. I swear on a couple of occasions we crashed their server by using the site. Anyway Phaidon now has a new site and its not half bad. The site is still slow as anything still but a lot faster and easier to use. I like the look of the top nav, feels like National Geographic for some reason to me.
For all you savy-online shoppers who shop for cameras and such online, you might find this link interesting. It shows store front pictures of bogus/shady businesses online in America. Brooklyn Storefronts But of course, use common sense when shopping these sites. If your shopping for a DSLR thats typically costs $2000, and someone has it for $900, yes, it’s most likely too good to be true.