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February 2009 / № 3390


Hey guys, this is my first post in KDU and I’m very happy for it, this community have so many talented peoples and powerful works.

About the picture, this is my new personal project (still progress) called 666, some posters with crimes and vices that I thought, you can find more in my behance and wait for new illustrations.

Hope you like it.
See ya.

February 2009 / № 3386

Hi all,
I just finally update my personal temporary portfolio at www.cargocollective.com/wojciechzalot

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Posted by wojciechzalot Categorized: KDU |

February 2009 / № 3384

ardtArdentees just released their debut collection, Holler! which strives on the aesthetics of feral audacity and post-grunge. Each design is a collaboration with a up and coming designer or artist who’s given carte blanche for creation.

Check out the designs at www.ardentees.com

Posted by perttumurto Categorized: KDU |

February 2009 / № 3391

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This is my first post here at The KDU, I’m Alexander Radsby and I’m a designer from Kalmar, Sweden. I thought that my acceptance into The KDU would be a good way to present my new portfolio to the world and to the rest of The KDU.
View the portfolio.

It feels really good to be a part of this.


Posted by Alexander Radsby Categorized: Design Web |

February 2009 / № 3381

The piece is a collaboration between Pedro Julien and Mark Vlek de Coningh

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dtl2_MAGNESIUM Mark and PJ copy

dtl3_MAGNESIUM Mark and PJ copy

Posted by Pedro Julien Categorized: illustration Tags: abstract collaboration |

February 2009 / № 3368
February 2009 / № 3359


For years Nooka staff and friends of mine always looked forward to the souvenirs i brought back from trips to Japan. And the most beloved/coveted of these is always the fresh crop of Graniph t-shirts! I literally keep half a suitcase empty to make room for the 20 or so t shirts of theirs i would buy each trip. This being no secret, my dear friend Tomoyo in Tokyo made an introduction to the design team of Graniph and the project below was born! So, special thanks to Tomoyo, Yamada and Graniph for making this happen – i’m really very thrilled. I of course, will blog again when it gets closer to the release date and I have more samples to photograph. Verbage from the press release is below.

Nooka and Graniph are thrilled to release a new collaborative t-shirt, designed by matthew waldman this may, available in Japan only. The limited edition t-shirt features a star made of the nooka’s popular Creatures of the Night CAMO print. This exclusive design is printed on a heather grey shirt, with sizes ranging from extra small to large for men and women. Anyone who purchases this collab t-shirt can enter to win one of the 2 creatures of the Night watches. This campaign will hit graniph shop sometime in may 2010.

Graniph is a clothing design company based out of Shimokitazawa, Japan, that specializes in producing designer graphic T shirts. Using a unique design strategy, Graniph releases as many as 100 new designs every month featuring different artists and designers around the world.

Posted by nooka Categorized: KDU |

February 2009 / № 3349


Nooka has joined forces with legendary artists/toy designers to commemorate the release of the new mini nooka. That’s right, Jeremy madl (mastermind behind the cult following Mad Toy Design Inc), ilovedust (renowned design boutique), Shin Tanaka (creator of paper figures inspired by the popular urban vinyl phenomenon) and Matthew Waldman custom designed their own mini nookanooka.

mini nookanooka dimensions dimensions: 5.3 inches (height) x 3.9 inches (width) x 1.96 inches (135 x 100 x 50mm )

Posted by nooka Categorized: KDU |

February 2009 / № 3339
Of Ground

Of Ground

I have updated my folio at justinmaller.com with over twenty new pieces of work, including both personal and commercial projects. Lots to see, including a design revamp and a few nifty new features; a newsletter?! Wonders will never cease.

Posted by justinmaller Categorized: KDU Photography Print illustration |



Posted by Edgartista Categorized: Design illustration Tags: edgartista MICHAEL GRAVES |

February 2009 / № 3334

Hello ZSO Sara Blake

Hello ZSO Sara Blake

Hello ZSO Sara Blake

Hello ZSO Sara Blake

Hello ZSO Sara Blake

Long live the KDU!

More at www.hellozso.com

Posted by hellozso Categorized: KDU |


The sights, sounds, and smells at a flea market are as much a part of the experience as sifting through the discarded possessions of strangers. Part of the appeal is the bizarre voyeurism it involves, gawking at things people once believed they needed but have since found no use for. And as any flea market veteran will attest, the experience is purest when the people you are buying from have just emptied their attic or garage, packed it into a car, and driven to a parking lot somewhere to sell it all. It’s a cleansing ritual — a hit-and-run way to quickly purge things that have outlived their usefulness.

Read full essay over at Annals of Americus

Posted by matthewnewton Categorized: KDU |

February 2009 / № 3330




Here’s just a few of the recent artworks that we’ve completed for Dubfire’s digital record label SCI+TEC.

« we [heart] drop shadows! »


Posted by weareunit Categorized: Design illustration Tags: DUBFIRE KDU SCI+TEC UNIT |

February 2009 / № 3326

Nice shirts and nice community!

Voices Republic is place where community members (read: you!) get vocal about what really matters. From local to global concerns, this is a platform where opinions are encouraged and respected. We are a community of creative individuals, constantly seeking inspiration and striving to stay socially aware of the world around us.

Check out Voices Republic!

Posted by perttumurto Categorized: Design Fashion illustration |

February 2009 / № 3325

Hello my lovely KDU friends!

I love behind the scenes, so I thought I’d share some photographs of in progress drawings as well as PS screencaps.

Some girl drawing…because girls are pretty.

Hello ZSO, Sara Blake

IHello ZSO, Sara Blake

A portrait of Raymond Carver in the beginning stages in Photoshop.


More: www.hellozso.com

Posted by hellozso Categorized: Design Print illustration |















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