Month: March 2014

Inside Bankside Power Station

Bankside Power Station is a former oil-fired power station, designed by Giles Gilbert Scott. It generated electricity from 1952 to 1981. Since 2000, this amazing industrial structure has been used to house the Tate Modern art museum.

Bankside Power Station in the late 1950s.

The interior of Bankside Power Station, now Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall

Mark Gowing

Sydney based Mark Gowing is one of the Australia’s most respected graphic designer and artist. His work showcased through both corporate and arts based clients with a focus on emotional communication defined by considered design and custom typography.

Here are a selection of Gowing’s work.

Formist Publishers 

Live at the Loft- “Live at the Loft. Live at the Loft is a series of live monthly broadcasts of live music performances on Sydney’s 2SER radio.”

Circa 2014 –Identity system for the Circa 2014 series from Preservation Music. Circa is a series of abstract releases that form an artful snapshot in time.”

We Need to Talk About Kevin Hopscotch Films, Promotional campaign for We Need To Talk About Kevin.

Braun 55-95 –  das programm, Systems exhibition “The poster consists of “Braun 55–95” set in a typeface constructed using a strict grid of modular circular units.”

Pimmon – music poster for Preservation Music release of Pimmon’s Smudge Another Yesterday.

Don’t wanna be a bum you’d better chew gum

FirstCut Studio – “An identity system for a music composition and sound-post company based in Sydney”

Describing the relationship between movements – Fine art, carbon toner on paper.

The sky calls to us – Fine art, carbon toner on paper.

Labelled – Ready-made stickers on laser plotter prints.

Neo-Expressiv

‘Neo-Expressiv’ by Sebastian Kim for Vogue Germany January 2014, staring Drake Burnette.

Taking inspiration from iconic modern artist, such as Jackson Pollock and Wassily Kandinsky, this editorial brings a new and electric mix of art and fashion.