Pharrell and JCole

studio chillin’

bonnaroo

bonnaroo

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"drawing from his love of punk rock and swiss modernism, two movements that have absolutely nothing to do with one another, mike has redesigned vintage punk, hardcore, and indie rock show flyers into international typographic style posters."

See more at swissted by Mike Joyce

Damn it, Cali

Damn it, Cali

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"Lonely Boy" from The Black Keys’ new album, El Camino

Lessons Learned by Matt & Kim

A&O #Blowout2011

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The Show Goes On by Lupe Fiasco

A&O #Blowout2011

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Daylight by Matt & Kim

A&O #Blowout2011

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Addictive.

chasepj:

via seawitchery

theoinglis:

‘Lyric Art: 200 Years of Warner/Chappell Music’ is an exhibition that just opened at StolenSpace gallery, which is in the Old Truman Brewery building, just off Brick Lane in East London, and runs until the 9th of October. Warner/Chappell, who are part of Warner Brothers and have a catalogue of over 1 million songs copyrighted to them, have commissioned ten designers to create posters involving some of the famous lyrics that the company own. All the posters use the same blue and orange colour scheme of the companies branding.

“The 10 new pieces provide new visual interpretations of well-loved lyrics from some of the most famous songs ever written including Led Zeppelin’s ‘Stairway to Heaven’, Radiohead’s ‘Karma Police’, New Order’s ‘True Faith’ and Morrissey’s ‘There is a Light That Never Goes Out’.

The designers involved in the project are:
Yomar Augusto, Job Wouters, Till Wiedeck, HelloMe, Stefan Glerum, Julia, Jung + Wenig, Michiel Schuurman, Paul Thurlby, Fanette Mellier, Nick Bell”

You can see all the posters and their info here. Id go see it if I was in London.

Did we mention we love the Drive soundtrack? 

Did we mention we love the Drive soundtrack? 

"A Real Hero" by College feat. Electric Youth, from the Drive soundtrack

"Under Your Spell" by Desire, from the Drive soundtrack

"Nightcall" by Kavinksy, from the Drive soundtrack

The Past 30 Years of Record Sales

The Past 30 Years of Record Sales

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