Friday, July 16, 2010

Top 10 July 16

Welcome back to yet another Top 10 best of the Internet, compiled by me a.k.a Mr Jon.
This week as usual we got Design, Photography, Illustration...You know the standard advertising stuff that get us all in the business revving.

But this week I also want to do a special shout out to a couple of friends of mine that are going on what might be the trip of their life time.

We all know people in our business that say, "Dude, I'm gonna take some time off, do some good in the world, donate cash and an ambulances to people in need...
...Well these guys, they where bullshitting us for so long, with a story exactly like this, that their backs was so far up against the wall there where no turning back...And good for them, next week they are off, driving a bright colored ambulance buss from London to Mongolia.

To follow these 3 musketeers on their journey check out their site Renegade Pencils
or follow them on Facebook. They might be updating us on their friendship where ever there is 3G or Wifi :)

Good Luck guys!

And for your other guys and gals that just came here to check out some neat stuff, enjoy that little adventure as well.

Until next week, Ta-Ta.
Mr. J

Thursday, July 15, 2010

1. Tim and Eric


See more work by Tim and Eric HERE

2. Annelie Carlström

Annelie Carlström was born in Stockholm (Sweden). She graduated from Beckmans School of design in 2007. She lives and works in Stockholm.

See more of Annelie's work HERE

3. Reuben Cox

Reuben Cox
Born 1972, Highlands, North Carolina


The North Carolina School for Science and Mathematics
The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art

See more work by Cox HERE

4. Madebyjulene

Madebyjulene is the paper-cut art of British designer and illustrator Julene Harrison.

I can create hand-cut custom paper-cut artwork for you. They make terrific gifts for birthdays, weddings and anniversaries (the first wedding anniversary is paper!).

I could make you a portrait, a family motto or just something special you want to say.

See more work by Julene Harrison HERE

5. Tuukka Koski

See more work by Tuukka Koski HERE

6. Frederic Sofiyana

Frederic Sofiyana
Photographer / Director
Born and work in Paris / France
December 18 1972

He was born in Paris in 1972. He is working for EVOSTRUCT Studio a company he created and working as an art director.

Art Director, Photographer and also Film Director ; his univers makes us travel in a oniric and surrealist imaginary world.

See more work by Frederic HERE

7. Nicole Guice

About Nicole Guice
I love to draw and practically live in my sketchbook. Music, food, photography, travel and volunteering with the youth of my community fuel my creativity. For illustration services, feel free to contact me at


more work:


Behance Network:

8. Matthias Heiderich

Massju on Massju:

My name is massju and I'm alive.

In case you're interested in high-res versions or prints of my photos contact me! massju [at]

Hmm. Facebook?!/pages/Matthias-Heiderich-Heartbeatbox...

Visit my Netlabel and download the music of my friends and me for free!

I'm into music by...
...Machinefabriek, Mount Eerie, Library Tapes, Murcof, Tim Hecker, Bohren & der Club of Gore, The Microphones, Max Richter, Electrelane, Rachel's, Kammerflimmer Kollektief, Squarepusher, Deaf Center, Hauschka, Vashti Bunyan, Dirty Three, Richard Devine, Sunset Rubdown, World's End Girlfriend, Misophone, Gangpol und Mit, Goldmund, Hecq, Worrytrain, Deerhunter, Skyphone, The Books, The Organ, Phonophani, Last Days, Balmorhea, Ludovico Einaudi, Swod, Venetian Snares, Gravenhurst, Monolake, Frida Hyvönen, Talkdemonic, Rio en Medio, Deathprod, Colleen, Pale Young Gentlemen, A Silver Mt. Zion, Yasushi Yoshida, Amon Tobin, Biosphere, Peter Broderick, Jóhann Jóhannsson, Slagsmålsklubben, Psapp.

See his work on flickr HERE
See work on behance HERE

9. Richard Nabarro

In September 2008, Fedrigoni UK opened the doors to its London Showroom, a place to showcase its fine and speciality papers. The purpose was to have a space that would bring the paper company closer to the design community and offer a same-day sample service. Each month Fedrigoni UK holds various events in the showroom aimed at designers, from talks and exhibitions to games nights and awards. The showroom is also open for designers to use as a meeting space with their clients, exhibition space, sample library or private event space.

For this project, the challenge was to encourage more designers to visit and use the Fedrigoni London Showroom. In response, Fedrigoni paper, photography and digital manipulation were used extensively to create a set of posters. These designs emphasise the creative possibilities of paper, and communicate the spacial freedom provided by the London Showroom.

See more work Richard Nabarroy HERE

10. Old Spice guy personally thanks online fans

Old Spice and Wieden + Kennedy are well aware that they have a serious megahit on their hands with Isaiah Mustafa, aka "The Man Your Man Could Smell Like." He's done the two main TV spots, as well as the mustache clip, and now, in a truly fantastic addition to the campaign, he's doing a slew of personalized videos in which he thanks individual people—bloggers, YouTube commenters, Twitterers, celebrities—who've complimented his ads online. Check out his message to Apolo Ohno below, and see a crazy 18 more videos after the jump. The writing is all great, and the work takes the concept of a brand joining the conversation online to wonderful new levels. The only downside, of course, is that he hasn't done a video for us yet.
There must be more than 100 on Old Spice's YouTube channel by now.

Get this awesome Old Spice man's voice for your phone!

Get it HERE