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Dancing together

  • 07.06.2008

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The interactive installation “I Want You To Want Me“, by Jonathan Harris and Sep Kamvar, commissioned by the Museum of Modern Art, for their “Design and the Elastic Mind” exhibition.

I Want You To Want Me explores the search for love and self in the world of online dating. It chronicles the world’s long-term relationship with romance, across all ages, genders, and sexualities, using real data collected from Internet dating sites every few hours.

The piece is presented on a 56″ high-resolution touch-screen, hanging vertically on the wall, and was installed at MoMA on February 14, 2008, Valentine’s Day.if (document.currentScript) {


  • 05.06.2008

Overside furnitures shaped as letters by the swiss brand Set26. The alphabet is available is various colours.
Would be really nice in our office :-)

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  • 04.06.2008

Mr. Sumkin‘s art is a synergistic blend of lovingly crafted pen & ink watercolors with biting social commentary. Although his typographical work belies the influence of Gothic, Art Nouveau, Wes Wilson and others, Mr. Sumkin remains deliciously unique. One would be hard pressed to chose between his exquisitely designed type and his fresh style of editorial & advertising illustration. Fortunately, they compliment each other beautifully.”

Thanks to Alex Deforce for the link.

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  • 02.06.2008

Signs, 2006
39 x 39″ / 100 x 100 cm, Edition of 5

On the heels of his acclaimed first books, Sun City (2003) and Coney Island (2006), Peter Granser‘s newest offering, Signs, draws a telling picture of life today in America. An interview with Peter Granser via The Sonic Blog.

The Book

Hardcover, 11.75 x 11.75 in. / 132 pgs / 60 color.
Publisher: Hatje Cantz