design crisis

Guess who’s been letterpressing again?

“Madness can be a medicine for the modern world, whose side effects offer a boost to our psychological immune system to help fight the existential crisis of a normal life.”
(paraphrased from Hannibal, Season 1, Episode 11: Rôti)

Paraphrasing, typesetting, printing and photography by Peter Stuart Lakanen

Finished Jack Morrison in his First-Strike outfit!, 1 of 5, next one is Gabriel Reyes, I’ll do him tomorrow

I finally decided to put some time in finishing these designs. obviously the hardest one will be Reinhardt, so I’ll leave him for last.

The pulse rifle is based on those OICW guns that were being developed in the past, with multiple cannons, intelligent scopes, etc. it put a lil switch Jack can use to swap between different the main and upper cannon

Preview | Insecurities, and How Should We Live: Propositions for the Modern Interior

Watch live at 11:30 am: our architecture and design curators discuss two new exhibitions about the refugee crisis and the modern interior. Insecurities: Tracing Displacement and Shelter and How Should We Live? Propositions for the Modern Interior both open Saturday, October 1.

[Interior of a Better Shelter prototype in Kawergosk Refugee Camp, Erbil, Iraq. Better Shelter. 2015.]

(via Preview | Insecurities, and How Should We Live: Propositions for the Modern Interior)

Insecurities: Tracing Displacement and Shelter | MoMA

Now on view, Insecurities: Tracing Displacement and Shelter explores design responses to the global refugee crisis, featuring projects by architects, designers, and artists.

[Nizip II, Container Camp. Tobias Hutzler, 2014. Courtesy of the artist]

(via Insecurities: Tracing Displacement and Shelter | MoMA)