Calling all hipsters! Paris-based artist Alizée Lafon has created a series of posters that are dying to be displayed on the walls of your Brooklyn apartment. The series, called Movies Hipster Kits, features illustrations of all of the essential props from your favorite cult classic movies and tv shows on a colorful background. But not just any colorful background- one surrounded by a border that makes it look like a Polaroid picture! Can’t get much more hipster than that! Prints are available for purchase on Curioos and you can see... read more →
In today’s business environment, social communication is the most important factor. You need to know your partner as much as he need to know you, so if you want to be successful you need to be known. Nowadays there are many ways to promote yourself or your business, like Facebook or Twitter but there’s one old school method that is used even today: the business card. Having a business card in the digital era might look silly but this little piece of paper acts like a wristwatch: it can be... read more →
March of Progress is one of the most famous and recognizable scientific illustrations ever produced. A compressed presentation of 25 million years of human evolution, it depicts 15 human evolutionary forebears lined up as if marching in a parade from left to right. The image has been copied, modified and parodied countless times and has proven controversial in a number of respects. “99 Steps of Progress” from Paris artist collective Maentis is a new series of reinterpretations of that famous illustration. Enjoy! ... read more →
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Amazed to discover there were no good photographs of the annual National Pyrotechnic Festival in Mexico, New York-based photographer Thomas Prior set off on a trip to document it at the next possible opportunity. The festival honors Saint Juan de la Dios – the patron saint of the city (and fireworks) – and takes place in the town of Tultepec, where over 80% of the country’s fireworks are produced. At the end of the extravagant week long celebrations, a parade of about 250 “toritos” – bull-shaped frames with large fireworks... read more →