Monthly Archives: October 2011

moby-dick: a pop-up book

Sam Ita is a great american illustrator and paper engineer that I met at the NY Book Fair. His works are full of wonder, irony and fun and they are skillfully designed to create an involving reading moment. His first book is Moby Dick, published in 2007 by Sterling, NY Advertisements

subway cutting

Yesterday I was waiting for my L train at Union square and I saw a man sticking pieces of black cut paper on the tiles. They were miniature portraits of famous and random people, beautifully crafted with a mix of chinese sensitivity and western irony. As I approached him he gave me his card: I […]

a pixel is a pixel is a pixel

Directly from New York City, I finally start reporting what I have been observing for the past month. At the Hungarian Cultural Center of NY till the 14th of october there is a joint exhibition of two hungarian illustrators: The clear line and nostalgic hint of the fine and world famous works of Isvan Banyai […]