A christmas present from us at Suprb

Grid-A-Licious™ is a Wordpress Theme made by Suprb. Divs are placed in chronological order with a special grid. Grid-A-Licious uses the jQuery javascript framework which can be downloaded from www.jquery.com. This layout can be seen at sites such as Reform & Revolution (www.reformrevolution.com) and TypeNeu (www.typeneu.com). It seems like there are plenty of people that really like the layout and made their own.

We decided to release this into the wild, so we created a theme, based on the same design you’ve seen before — for Wordpress.

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My dear friend Chuck Anderson of NOPATTERN just released his new book “Wandering Off Into Space”. Check it out!

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Check out art of wong!

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David Fuhrer has updated his portfolio with new look as well as loads of new, kicking ass works.

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Get your Santa’s Beard and go Ho Ho Ho!

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Andreas Shabelnikov told me that he has updated his portfolio.

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Hi Guys, sorry for the post here but I’m struggling to find a freelance CMS/CSS/PHP developer to work on a project in 2009. You can work freelance and remotely from home. If this is of interest please email me at info [at] thinkdust.com for more details along with your recently finished projects, thanks and Merry Xmas!

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Carrie Schneider earned her BFA from Carnegie Mellon University in 2001 and her MFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2007. Upon graduating, Carrie attended the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, and the Kuvataideakatemia (Finnish Academy of Fine Arts) in Helsinki, on a Fulbright Fellowship. Carrie lives and works in Chicago.

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Early in 2009, the band Omega Code will release their debut, and along with that, a book, a DVD and a FREE series of posters based on their upcoming album “Ω”. A limited number of 2300 posters are going to be printed and distributed around the globe.

23 artists were invited to illustrate, among them you can find names like Joshua Davis (poster above), Si Scott, Mike Cina, Michael Paul Young, Mate Steinforth, Matthew Curry, Nelson Balaban, Tom Muller, Motomichi Nakamura, Danny Franzreb, Robert Lindström, Andreas Pihlström, Chris Hewitt, Hello Hikimori, Sebastian Onufszak, Animatório, Colletivo, Nacionale, Unstru, Tomás Peña, João Oliveira, Peter Jaworowski, Umeric and Doomedo.

Follow them on Facebook, MySpace, Orkut and Twitter to know more about the release date and also the exhibition dates.

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Wind is a Part of Me. Conceptual project developed by gr8.

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Always impressed with the work/photography, but there hasn’t been a full site for a while. Marcus Eriksson is so clean and finally has a site. Checkout Subdisc.

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Recom, “The new CMS-based full-Flash page connects the three units recom POST, recom CGI and recom ART. Intelligent features make the page a highly functional tool for recom’s customers.” Amazing work by the peeps over at Jung von Matt.

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New light (and dark) falls on A&P. On Thursday A&P will unveil their 2009 Light and Dark calenders at the Alphabet Bar in London. This time around the diagrams are formed in the paper, rather than being printed. Keep your eyes open, sooner rather than later these will be available on Blanka.

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New from Gringo: I Can Bank It. Nice site with tips for young people to save money or reinvest it.

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Recom

Directly from the font: We put the re-launch of recom, one of the most renowned European studios for artwork, post production and CGI, on the web. The new CMS-based full-Flash page connects the three units recom POST, recom CGI and recom ART. Intelligent features make the page a highly functional tool for recom’s customers.
Among others, all the pictures of the recom POST and recom CGI portfolio database can be viewed in medium size or full screen without the browser elements. Although the site was realized entirely in Flash, it supports deep-linking as well as a the back-button function of the browser. Visitors can put together a portfolio with the site’s ‘lightbox’, export content by single download, zip-file or even as a portfolio-PDF to gather all information about the project.
In addition to familiar search criteria (e.g. the search for photographers), visitors can use the ‘colorcube’ to search the recom archive intuitively by color. Every ‘pixel cloud’ turning into a high-end motif, thereby transports the aspiration and the message of recom: to bring every pixel to its correct spot.

Made by Jung von Matt/Neckar and Jens Franke and Lime|Flavour

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I’ve been waiting too long for spreading the news about this. Zeh Fernando, one of the most brilliant programmers I’ve met, is developing a Flash based interface that has the same levels of usability as Processing or VVVV, although is focused for a entering level on visual programming.

Fnk (pronounced fink) is an online visual programming environment that uses a dataflow approach for the analysis, processing and synthesis of image, sound and other data in real-time. It aims to be an easy and fun way to create multimedia and music presentation prototypes that interact with a number of input and output devices.

FNK was his academic projet (and surely will go beyond that). I was just waiting him to get approved by the University (and with a praised 10!), to divulge this project. Surely will grow loads!

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Jesse Auersalo’s online portfolio sports a lot of amazing illustrations, all of them are mind blowing.

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Yagi Link Double is a very famous 1970/80’s typeface published within some old Letraset catalogues. Taking inspiration from one of Michael C Place’s (BUILD) previous posts about the recreation of Beans, I decided to give this a go myself. I have just finished after over a hundred hours of work recreating the typeface Yagi Link Double, with my own twist and additions/changes. This was never produced for digital output, and has been requested many times. Technical details: 255 character set upper and lowercase, full ascii characters, opentype format compatible with pc and mac, full manual kerning. You can find this over at a new foundry I am starting in 2009 HypeForType

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A nice idea every day has some fun work, coming out of Germany. I really enjoyed this Converse Video, but the other stuff is good too.

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If you have a very powerful broadband, you will be able to check Radiohead and its 12 Cams. A perfect idea for a concert transmission, too bad my internet is not that fast.

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Invited by Hymen Records to join their next compilation, I’ve got a good reason to create more music. “Building the House of Vanity” is the latest song by Combustion, featuring the German singer Caro Roth. You can listen to it via MySpace or Last FM. Subscribe the newsletter to soon receive the download link. Feedback is appreciated!

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Black Thinking released a stylish campaign to divulge its brand, hiring some artists to create 5 videos to spread the black idea around the brand. Cisma worked on two beautiful pieces, which I had the pleasure to do the sound design. Check it on Vimeo or at Combustion.

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I’ve enjoyed watching Xavier’s photos through flickr, and now see he has a new site up. Quality work.

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Get your Advanced Beauty — 18 Sound Sculptures copy now!

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Joel Speasmaker has a website, thisisforest. He shares his design work, and a lot of the other things in his life. There is even a recently opened store. You can also see what he has been up to by picking up a new issue of Anthem magazine. Seems like LA is working out well for him.

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Nice new site, with some interesting work from Peter & Paul

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Great photography by Florian Ritter who is currently looking for freelance jobs.

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Stephan Doitschinoff: Calma exhibition in LA

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Yacht Associates have updated their site with a ton of music covers and other projects. Some of the photography on show is amazing. Liking the Rick Guest and Jason Tozer stuff in particular.

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