Monday, 30 June 2008


This happened last week in Leicester Sq which, to me, is brilliant on too many levels.


More Ffffound love

Blisters On My Fingers

This will be a good illustration show out East...

Featuring a few illustrators we know, love and work with - each selling prints - such as Harry Malt, Serge Seidlitz, Jon Burgerman and John Slade amongst many more...

Sign up here

Too Sick

We know one of the 2 Sick Bastards crew. They make topical t-shirts. All good. Here is a new one called Britney Tears...

I really like their spiel which I've taken from their blog:


We are not you, we're not just doin' it, we're not lovin' it and we are not the real thing. There's two of us, we're too sick and we're bastards - put simply, we are 2SICKBASTARDS. We create artwork, design T-shirts and generally make money out of other people's misery.

As many of you will already know, this planet is a sea of shit and we're wading through it to bring the best of the worst to you. We're not all negativity and cynicism though - we believe that children are the future (well, they're hard working and cost less), so free your minds and, if necessary, your bowels and live the nightmare...

Check their blog and buy their stuff here


This is a nice idea indeed. A picture speaks a thousand words and all that jazz... here's a loads of words speaking a picture

More here

Tuesday, 24 June 2008

Knight Rider

Check the sweetness on this Knight Rider sat nav kit - complete with Kitt

More here

Friday, 20 June 2008

To don't

I'm feeling this...

By Knock Knock - lots more fun stuff with real sharp wit on their site

Monday, 16 June 2008

Chalk Artist Ellis G

Not so white

Street artist Imbue gives a new look to Snow White!

The Disney store takes a hit above.

Thursday, 12 June 2008

Cloud logos

Saw this in the Metro. Quite cool

Digital inspiration

Each week our digi fellas here at iris share a bit of digi love with us all. Which is nice of them. So I'm sharing it with you here


Tuesday, 10 June 2008


Brilliant stuff from Ffffound


I want one out of our office window into the pool i wish we had in the car park...

What Next for Media?

This by a man named Neil Perkin. Is good...

Monday, 9 June 2008

Benedict Radcliffe

Has some sweet ideas and then makes them happen. Funnily enough, his little sister Ali, works with us....

And funnily enough again, we've already blogged about his work without realising who it was!

Check out his goodness

The Storker Project

This is Mark Jenkin's latest street art project... cellotape babies hit the street....

And here is the blurb:

The STORKER PROJECT is a species propagation movement by STORKER seeking to incite select individuals from the public at large, perhaps you. If while passing by one you feel strange sensations in your nipples or fingertips, adopt the infant, breast feed, and give it plenty of TLC. It will gradually mature to a full size Tape Man or Woman to co-habitate with you and eventually take you to the Glazed Paradise (or possibly oust you from your home).

More here

Friday, 6 June 2008

The Best Of Etch A Sketch Porn

More juvenile smut here


Tastes better than the real thing...

From here


Seriously digging these...

Check them more here

Wednesday, 4 June 2008

Out of order

iPod amp

Just nice...

Tuesday, 3 June 2008

It's not porn

Classic alert! This isn't strictly our favourite kind of adult read but it's mega funny.

I'm pleased I 'stumbled' across the blog the images came from as I remember these were flying around on email a couple of years or so ago.

Darcel Disappoints

We like Darcel. This one is called "A drunken weekend in Vegas. Foul."

More here

Monday, 2 June 2008

Healthy chocolate

Not sure where this is from but it's a lovely idea for a chocolate bar... chunks of chocolate with calorie content on them for the sweet tooth dieter. Sweet.

British Underground

Tues 3rd June sees Under The Influence return to The Garrison - our little monthly get together with an inspiring speaker.

This time we've got Crispin Parry and Danny Ford from British Underground lined up to talk music. They do great work around the world promoting up and coming British music at festivals such as SXSW, Sonar and Fuji rocks. Recently at SXSW they set up The British Music Embassy which was rather fun. Here is the poster we've done to promote it internally....

And here is a good article about Crispin too...

We're looking forward to it.


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