Author Archives: Yuri
I went to Light Show exhibition at the Hayward Gallery last week and it was amazing! Light Show exhibits installations and sculptures that use light to sculpt space in different ways-e.g use of colour, perceptual phenomena. It was one of
The new season of Mad Men is coming!! Which brings me to this illustration that I finished last year…in fact it took a very very long time to finish this illustration. I was working on it every now and again
This recent book I’ve read was very easy to read through, and would stay in my library. It’s a very useful book on typography and one I wish existed whilst I was a student! I found it to be the
Fab cafe is no ordinary cafe- it has a laser cutter! Alongside coffee and snacks of course. I found out about it on twitter and visited it a few months ago in Shibuya, Japan. It’s a great place for creative
A log of some 360° panoramic projects I’ve seen. Google is providing a service that allows businesses to opt in and allow potential customers to have a peek around through a series of online 360° panoramas- it’s called Google Places.
I found an awesome site a few months ago- the FWA TV website. It’s currently undergoing an upgrade to version 2 but the version 1 series were great – it invited agencies all over the world that had won FWAs
All student work displayed at the RCA exhibition this summer was labeled with a QR code- perhaps that’s unsurprising. One of the works that caught my attention on my visit there is this piece – QR U? created by Thorunn