Barbara Kruger’s never really talked about Supreme, the skate company who’s been ripping off her ideas and prints letter for letter, color for color, for their red-and-white logo, which you have seen, because it is everywhere.
I emailed her casually to ask her about this. And today, she got back to me, and gave a candid statement on the matter of Supreme for the first time, ever, really. By emailing me a blank email, with an attachment. Which you can see above.
REMIX MEME → orpheus and eurydice for anonymous
I was never following you. I was leading you down.
Branding the Presidents of the United States by Meg Jannott
As part of her 44 Days of Design project, Meg decided the Presidents of the United States of America were seriously lacking in some clever branding, designing logos and appropriate slogans for each. It’s still ongoing, so stay up to date and keep a lookout for your favorite Prez (William Howard Taft, baby, come on…!) at her tumblr: brandingtheuspresidents
Artist: Website (via: ifitshipitshere)
tbh this is probably my crowning achievement in graphic making.
Untitled (You Can’t Drag Your Money Into The Grave With You), 1990
photographic silkscreen on vinyl
109 x 148 3/4 in. (276.9 x 377.8 cm)
by Payden Cobern.
“Got out of class 3 hours early so I’m getting creative.”
Charm Photography Magazine 1955