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Thierry Tillier

Thierry Tillier, born in Charleroi (Belgium) 1957

Work together but isolated

Let 31 industrial design students work together but isolated - on the same project? Inspired by the folded sketch, a child’s game where you draw one part of a character not knowing how the previous or next person will draw theirs.
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Designer gas masks

We are in a state of perpetual war – with ourselves and with the eco-system that sustains us. Perpetual war breeds perpetual fear. In the present context, this fear stems from our extreme desire for authenticity and manifests itself in our collectively insatiable culture of consumption.
Deep down, we are afraid we may never be satisfied. An expanding archive of branded myths and icons feeds this fear. Designer Gas Masks is an attempt to visualize this state of mind. Because it is only by first acknowledging and then challenging fear that we will all be able to breathe a little easier.
The masks are currently made for gallery purposes only.

Knife hooks-coat

Knife hooks-coat hooks for the wall! Easy to install, simply screw in the handle and hang! Available in matte black only.


Gottfried Helnwein

Gottfried Helnwein (born October 8, 1948 in Vienna) is an Austrian-Irish fine artist, painter, photographer, installation and performance artist. (more info about the artist )

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Philip Ross

7' x 6' x 3' Salvaged redwood, steel.

In the Museum of Natural History in NYC there is an eight-foot wide cross section of a Sequoia sempervirens, its polished surface engraved with important dates in human history at corresponding growth rings. It is both awesome and troubling to stand before this several thousand-year-old tree: awesome to see epic time in a physical manifestation, troubling to think about the need for this type of graffiti in the first place. My desire in making Triple-Now-Power is to suggest a view of time that is more complex than a progressive chronology.


Paul Villinski

Paul Villinski was born in York, Maine in 1960, and has lived and worked in New York City since 1982. A scenic route through the educational system included stops at Phillips Exeter Academy and the Massachusetts College of Art, and a BFA with honors from the Cooper Union in 1984.
His work has been included in more than ninety exhibitions, including recent shows at The Museum of Arts and Design (NY); The Hillwood Art Museum (NY); the Ogunquit Museum of American Art (ME); Carnegie Mellon University (PA); Arkansas State University; the University of Wyoming Art Museum; Jonathan Ferrara Gallery (New Orleans), and Morgan Lehman Gallery (NYC). His work is included in numerous collections, including major works created by commission. He has been a recipient of a National Endowment for the Arts grant, and has been an Artist-in-Residence at the Millay Colony (NY); the Ucross Foundation (WY); the Djerassi Foundation (CA) and the Villa Montalvo Arts Center (CA). He taught as an Adjunct Lecturer in Art History at the CUNY LaGuardia Community College.

Michael Wolf

Michael Wolf was born in Munich, Germany. He grew up in the USA and studied at UC Berkley and at the University of Essen in Germany. He has been living and working as a photographer and author in China for ten years.
In addition to a wide spectrum of publications for international magazines, three books by him on China have been published to date: "Sitting in China” (published by Steidl, 2002) and "China im Wandel” (published by Frederking und Thaler,2001). Recently, Taschen published his documentation of the shaping of public politics and opinion making comprising his extensive collection of Chinese propaganda posters.
Wolf has been intensively concerned with the topic of vernacular culture for many years. His most recent work deals with the issue of the cultural identity of the city of Hong Kong. The exhibition "Architecture of Density" shown in New York in Febuary 2004 is a part of Michael Wolfs recent Hongkong project.
Thames and Hudson will publish Michael Wolf’s new work "Hongkong, The Front Door/The Back Door” in 2005.

John Isaacs


Beth Cavener Stichter



Some great graphic/typographic work at Mola

Daniel Eatock's Pantone Pen prints

Pantone Pen Print

Dimensions: SRA1 640 x 900mm
Edition Size: 73 original prints
– One complete set of Letraset TRIA Pantone markers
– arranged in the colour spectrum
– left for one month
– resting on their nibs
– on a stack of 500 SRA1 sheets
– 70gsm uncoated white paper
The edition number was determined by the number of sheets the ink bled through from the possible 500.
The numbering of each sheet corresponds to the position it was within the stack and also determined its value.
The final sheet the ink reached, (furthest from the top) was numbered 1 / 73 and valued at £1, the one above numbered 2 / 73 and valued at £2 etc. The top sheet (the sheet the pens rested on) was numbered 73 / 73 and valued at £73
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Ashley Wood

Ashley Wood (1971) was born in Australia, and now resides in Australia and The United States. He lives with his wife, his two sons, and one stinky cat.
Ashley has been a professional illustrator for over ten years.
His illustration technique is a combination of traditional painting techniques, coupled with digital photography and graphic software.


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Matthew Picton

Matthew Picton studied Politics and History at the London School of Economics, and has travelled extensively throughout the world. Contemporary art has always been a passion, and Matthew began painting in the early 1980's. He settled in San Francisco and began a career as an artist in 1992. Matthew participated in his first exhibit, a group show at The Triangle Gallery in San Francisco, which lead to a solo exhibit there in 1998. Shortly thereafter, Matthew moved to Ashland, Oregon where he currently lives with his family and works in a studio downtown. He has exhibited extensively along the West Coast and further afield in the United States.
"Cartography has long held a fascination for me. Apart from the obvious opportunity for imagination of place and origin, there is the actual physical beauty of the cartographic document, a document that in itself invites sculptural interpretation."
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ROLLOUT Custom Wallpaper

ROLLOUT is a creative studio that designs and digitally prints custom wallpapers by the square foot. Recruiting community-based artists and designers, ROLLOUT is constantly on the hunt for exciting ideas from any inspiration. Illustration, photography, graphic design, and industrial design provide media; the walls provide the medium.
ROLLOUT was born out of the need for graphic expression in the interior design industry. Gone are the days of slick minimalism. We embrace texture, expression, emotion and color, filling the gaping hole left by modernism.
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FLOWmarket is a shop designed to inspire consumers to think, live and consume more holistic. The core of FLOWmarket is the scarcity goods collection where present imbalances from the 3 FLOW dimensions (individual, collective and environmental flow) have been adressed and transformed into physical products. Scarcity goods products in the shape of aesthetically designed (empty) packings with humorous and thought awakening prints that consumers can buy in the venueshops or via the online shop. Further on FLOWmarket collaborate with designers and artists around the globe that fits with our mindset, humour and aestetichs.
Photography by Niclas Jessen. (
Website by Jonas Delfs.