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CHATARRÓFONO / Client: Red Bull Music Academy Description: The “Chatarrófono” is a musical instrument 1′80 x 6 m, built from scrap and recycled objects painted white, with several sticks to play drums. For the Red Bull Music Academy in the old factory Fabra & Coats of Sant Andreu in Barcelona. Agency: Hector Ayuso Credits: Studio Copyright Date: 2008
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Gavin Evans

Some great portrait photography from Gavin Evans on show at his website. The site design’s a little clunky and the work in parts has a very 90’s feel but worth checking out for his shots of Eddie Izzard, Gary Oldman and Tricky alone.

Florence & Johann

FLORENCE is a graphic designer & illustrator, & JOHANN is a photographer. They live and work in Switzerland.


Sound design and music for TV commercials, movies, videos and any other motion graphics.

Michael Fakesch started DESIGNINGSOUNDS™ in 2006, though his musical career began 12 years earlier. In 1994, Michael co-founded the music project Funkstörung which became world renown for their remixes (e.g. Björk, Wu-Tang Clan), being one of the first bands signed to K7 Records, and of course theiroutstanding visual collaborations (e.g. the DVD Isolated).

Since the termination of Funkstörung in 2005, Michael continued where Funkstörung left off, releasing more music on K7 Records (e.g. the album dos) and doing even more remixes (e.g. for Herbert, Bomb The Bass, Booka Shade). And as if that weren’t enough on the plate, Michael also starting dabbling in the more corporate side of things by designing sound and music for the advertising industry. In 2008, he even began giving lectures about sound design at university. Busy times!

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Benoît Robert

Under the name Event10, Benoît Robert starts in 1999 as a graphic designer for independent music labels. Thus he is evolving in an underground artistic environment that allows him to get a cross-look on the visual communication area, in imposing himself progressively as a whole Art Director. Anti-conformist, his work tries to break with the style effect, the perishable, while refering to the not-established value.

He conceives the art direction and the visual identity of brands and diverse projects related to music, fashion, contemporary art, cinema. His strength lies in his ability to work with artistic and cultural institutions just as well with big advertising companies.
Being always on the look-out for new technics and inspirations, he likes to come closer and converse directly with the artists, so that he can enrich his own graphical and artistic world.

Melanie Bonajo

Born 1978. Lives and works in Amsterdam, NL.
Melanie Bonajo creates surreal set ups which she then photographs. They have a dreamlike and somtimes outerworldly sensuality. more info here.

Ray Caesar

Born in London, England on October 26 1958.

Sarah-Jane Lynagh

Sarah-Jane Lynagh completed a degree in Fine Art at the Crawford College of Art & Design, Cork, Ireland in 2003. She has just completed a MA in Fine Art photography at the University for the Creative Arts, Rochester, UK.

Michael Paul Young

Originally born and raised in Tennessee, Michael Paul Young, currently calls Bangkok, Thailand home. Michael started his career as one of the directors at the progressive firm Vir2l which was world renowned for rethinking web design from 1998-2000. In 2000, he left Vir2l to start the prestigious design firm WeWorkForThem that has worked with companies such as MTV, VH1, Ford, Coca-Cola, Pepsi, HP, Apple and Microsoft. Since then, Michael has also founded, managed and directs daily the world renowned online design shop, YouWorkForThem.

Gwon Osang

Gwon Osang makes extraordinary life-size sculptures of people. He uses hundreds of photographic images to build up the surface appearance of his models, including the face, their hair and their clothes. The process gives his beautifully crafted figures both photo-realist and surreal qualities.

Etienne Meneau

French designer Etienne Meneau has made a new drinking glass in a limited edition of 12 pieces. It’s called Little Heart, made of borosilicat glass and takes 20cl.

America the Gift shop

America the Gift shop is an installation project by artist-photographer Phillip Toledano that reflects the current foreign policy in the fun-house mirror of American commerce

Michael Zavros

Michael Zavros was born in 1974. He graduated from Queensland College of Art with a Bachelor of Visual Arts in 1996 where he has subsequently worked as a sessional lecturer in painting and printmaking.