ANNY WANG: SWEDEN’S LIVING A CELEBRATION

I get the feeling that vikings must have been worse than Berghain doormen, only letting an exclusive group of perfect people settle and procreate in Sweden. I mean, that country is not normal. People are from outter space, social conditions are like a dream and they also have as much Arts and Design to bore a bunch of reindeers.
Anny Wang belongs to that generation that opened the 90s in Sweden and now that she’s 26 her list of clients has names such as Nike, The New York Times or Refinery29. All her 3D makes you want to adopt it and hug it. This designer, that lives between Copenhagen and Malmö, has a very Swedish future in front.
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GLENN JONES: FURTHER BEYOND

Sometimes it’s clear to see that it’s connotations, and not word meanings, what really for a language. “Honey” can be an insult, a provocation, what bees puke or a nice word. “Fatty” can be an adjective, a cute way to call someone or a disrespectful name. There’s levels and even the slowest ones catch them.

The same thing happens with Glenn Jones; the reading levels are infite. Behind this easy and absurd illustrations, this Auckland (NZ – we’d love to be invited) born but Texas (USA – we’d love to be invited too) based designer build real wit pieces. From instagram and further beyond.

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