The Three Donkeys is a music venue in Pigalle which was created in the late 1940s by Jacques Canetti, to fill the absence of Parisian venues where young artists, mostly unknown, could easily perform in front of an audience. This is a poster that is [...]
Been doing some branding for Paris eCigarette retailer Sunny Smoker.
This is a part of the product lanch for their new brand- PULP Liquid
Recently discovered the work of Bernard Pras while hanging out in the Mediathèque in Vincennes… like one does. He makes some nice 3D sculptures. This one is called Bruce Lee (2006) [...]
Really good to see illustration making a comeback in ads . This is a beautifully executed vector piece for the Vans Skate-off Showdown thingy in Paris this coming weekend- Aug 31st. [...]
Reminiscent of Bridget Reilly at her best, these marvellous examples of Op Art ads for the new season at the Théâtre de La Ville have been popping up around the Paris Metro recently.
Orangegodd IS Craftyfish. [...]
Almost every day my cycle route takes me through the heart of the 19th and 20th arrondissements. From Blvd Ménilmontant via Blvds Belleville and Villette on towards Stalingrad via Jaurès, this is not a place for the faint of heart. [...]
Always nice to see some really well done Photoshop montage shizzle. This is a great example for the upcoming Canal Plus docufiction (!) ‘Paris, La ville a remonter le temps’. [...]
This is so lovely it makes me want to shout from the rooftops about it!
CentQuatre on rue d’abervilliers in the 18eme arr continually puts out stunningly designed advertising. This is no exception. [...]
Some quite beautiful works of art in the 20th arr in Paris. The site of an old bus depot which is currently embroiled in political machinations regarding planning permission is currently a canvas for Parisian based taggers of all styles and persuasions. [...]
More interesting Parisian angles. This time from the drawing board of Architect Christian de Portzamparc. Situated in The Parc de la Villette, [...]
From the Parc de la Villette a Paris. Today it exists by itself with no need for an explanation. Tomorrow I may add my pennies worth.
The French are a funny lot. Curmudgeonly and apathetic are two phrases that come to mind quite often, but when it comes to designing beautiful [...]
Whilst working at the 2nd most famous building in Mornington Crescent, we infrequently had the benefits of Young & Rubicam’s ruminations on Marketing via [...]
At the Salon de Maison et Objet > Design à Vivre in Paris recently and had the pleasure of seeing this amazing rug designed by Richard Hutten. [...]
A travelling Theatre workshop arrives in the 18th arrondisement. Spotted in a snow encrusted warehouse carpark while returning from a bracing walk along Canal Saint Martin. Best viewed big & on black here:Orangegodd@Flickr