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Created out of a love for posters, modernism and television, Austrian designer Albert Exergian wrote his own brief and created this self initiated series of posters throwing all of the above inspirations into the creative melting pot. Due to a huge amount of inquiries for these prints to be made available, Blanka is offering them as a series of A1 Epson Giclee prints.

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I really enjoy the design of this television by Studio FRST that addresses the issue of various aspect ratios that encountered by contemporary television viewers. The screen supports 4/3 for TV and 16/9 for cinema and seamlessly balances on a glass base. Simple and beautiful. One please!

NY77: The Coolest Year in Hell

NY77: The Coolest Year in Hell

Congratulations are in order! NY77: The Coolest Year In Hell has been nominated in the 29th Annual News and Documentary Emmy Awards for the Outstanding Arts & Culture Programming and Outstanding Individual Achievement in a Craft: Graphic Design and Art Direction categories.

In the summer of 2007 David Ahuja of Athletics worked with Wyeth Hansen and Todd Neale to design and animate this piece for VH1’s Rock Docs. This two-part, two-hour documentary tells the story of 1977, an astonishing year in New York City history. The documentary weaves together the stories of the emergence of hip hop, punk and disco, graffiti art, and sexual liberation. In the background are the major political events and social issues of the day – crime, urban decay, financial woes, the infamous blackout, drugs, Son of Sam, the bitter mayoral election and the overall poverty that gripped the city.