Our friends at Modern Designers have just finished this beautiful site for Slow Space Bjørvika, a public art space in the port area of Oslo. With initiatives ranging from mobile bread baking ovens to a hundred year diary of events.
Once again we find ourselves playing cheerleaders to London creative studio Rosie Lee, this time to let you all know about the cracking job they have done on the new Trim website. (More)
After somehow existing for the past ten years without an online presence the chaps at IWANT design have got round to sorting themselves out with a site befitting their work.
Now this is a little self indulgent as it is the new studio site (built by Mr Ben Palmer/REFORMAT) for my own studio, Studio eNaR. I’ve always resisted featuring my own work on the hallowed pages of Bitique, but now is the time to show you all what I get up to for the day job.
And because it’s for me I think you should all – Check it.
Tomorrow (Saturday, Sept. 15) sees the launch of O: By Tank, a free supplement with The Guardian newspaper and the new issue of TANK Magazine, presenting their Fashion Scan app to bring the magazine to life.
Geoffrey Lillemon has updated his site, and what a sight it is.
Following on from our post on Trebleseven’s work for the Euro’s we thought we’d show you these iPhone wallpapers – based on the kits of the competing nations – by Tom Pitts.
Ben Vessey is fed up of ‘shiny’ icons and the over use of shadows and gradients, and has decided to take matters into his own hands with this set of unashamedly old school OS icons and wallpapers. (More)
The best thing about the X Factor (UK version) finale last night was undoubtedly the light show and visuals the accompanied Coldplay’s performance on the Sunday night show. I wasn’t surprised to find out that they were the work of Matt Pyke / Universal Everything.
London’s This Studio have recently moved into new premises and they also have a new site – well it’s new as of the last time I visited!