Fuerteventura por Malika Favre

Fuerteventura por Malika Favre

Geometría, colores planos, volúmenes y sombras acentuadas, movimiento y quietud, dichosa soledad. Fuerteventura tierra de fuego, desierto y mar, un paisaje interior al que se asoman seres en busca de sí mismos.
Malika aplica su estilo reconocible y estilizado y saca el lado más espiritual de la isla valiéndose de una limitada paleta de colores que incluye combinaciones de azules, ocres y blanco. Paisajes donde la huella del hombre es perceptible surcados por individuos solitarios camino del mar.
Cielo y tierra, playa y montaña, hombres y animales coexistiendo en armónico equilibrio. El Paraíso es así.

The 10 Best Agencies in New York City


The 10 Best Agencies in New York City

"I wanna wake up in a city, That doesn't sleep, And find I'm king of the hill, Top of the heap..."It's not likely that anyone would question Sinatra's words, much less if we're talking about design, advertising or web development. Yes, New York is the top, a fantastic place of inspiration, talent and full of opportunities.Today we present to you the best agencies in the city that never sleeps, a selection made byJoshua Long, a talented visual designer who's currently working at R/GA and is a memeber of our Jury. He sat down with us and told us about the 10 agencies he considered to be the best in NYC.
  • R/GA


    R/GA started in 1977 as an agency built on innovation focused on film. 30+ years later R/GA has transformed into a global digital agency that blurs lines between traditional advertising and digital innovation to bring fresh and unique perspectives to challenging problems.
  • Big Spaceship

    Big Spaceship

    Big Spaceship is a digital creative agency residing in Brooklyn, New York’s “Digital Dumbo” area. Their work is guided by the collaborative process in which they were founded on. The evidence is in the work, the projects always feel unified on every level and continue to push the expectations and capabilities of the web.
  • B-Reel


    B-Reel touts themselves as being “a hybrid production company, specialized in the field of advanced digital production for web, mobile, physical installations and other media.” Their ability to create inventive pieces of digital content has set the bar for what’s capable on the web. From Chrome Experiments to ground breaking interactive music videos, B-Reel has proven to be one of the most inventive digital production companies in the business.
  • Firstborn


    Firstborn is a multiplatform agency that creates engaging pieces of digital content. Their work has been praised for its obvious and not so obvious attention to detail. This type of attitude has proven to be successful for them and garnered some big wins over larger agencies in the past few years.
  • AKQA


    AKQA is an agency that works to bring innovation throughout their projects and push technology as well as strategy to help their clients achieve success. Their approach has consistently proven to be effective by their recent win as Digital Agency of The Year 2011 by Adweek and Campaign.
  • Droga5


    Droga5 is an independent advertising network. "Creatively led, Strategically Driven, Technology Friendly and Humanity Obsessed"
    The agency has produced well-regarded work such as “Tap Project” for UNICEF and “The Great Schlep” viral campaign for the Obama presidential campaign. Essex spoke to Digiday about the fundamental challenge of the age of media abundance, why the digital-traditional divide is silly and the notion of Facebook buying Conde Nast.
  • Huge


    Huge is a brooklyn agency residing in the “Digital Dumbo” area of the borough. Their aim is to help clients solve business problems in a digital world, and their objective is consistently achieved.
  • Code and Theory

    Code and Theory

    Code and Theory is an exciting interactive agency started in NYC in 2001. Their projects have been able to garner a lot of attention throughout design blogs for their exceptional work.
  • Poke


    Poke is an agency that thrives on innovation and collaboration. Beyond their work with clients like GM, MoMA, and Coach, Poke also works on their own products like Bakertweet,kideo player, and Happppy it!. Their ability to attach a strategic and thoughtful approach to digital content has proven to give them an advantage over larger agencies.
  • Area 17

    Area 17

    Area 17 is an independently owned interactive agency based out Brooklyn NYC and Paris, France. Their work for spin.com was a clean editoral approach to a robust website with ever changing content. This approach was carried through in their work for adweek.com.
  • Fi

    Fi - Fantasy Interactive

    Fi - The Interactive Firm are perfectionists at heart, and creative by nature. They use imagination, strategy and action to create digital experiences that excite, inspire, challenge, motivate and engage users.


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The Big Picture

the Big Picture

A chilly solstice (and lunar eclipse)

December 21st, was the Winter Solstice, the shortest day of the year in the northern hemisphere, and the start of winter. Also, for the first time since 1638, a total lunar eclipse took place on the same day as the solstice, observable by people across the Americas and parts of Asia. During a lunar eclipse, the Moon travels briefly through the shadow of the Earth, and appears to dim and become a dark reddish color. The coloration is due to sunlight filtering through the Earth's atmosphere - the same conditions that create red sunsets - so an observer standing on the Moon during a lunar eclipse would look up and see the dark Earth surrounded by a red ring, a sunset around the globe. Collected here are images of the eclipse, the solstice, and some of the icy weather as winter officially begins.

Three snowshoe hikers watch the almost full moon rising behind the Weissfluhjoch mountain in Arosa, Switzerland, on Monday, Dec. 20, 2010. (AP Photo/Keystone, Alessandro Della Bella)

The Winter Solstice lunar eclipse, seen from Tuktoyaktuk, Northwest Territories on December 21st, 2010 while the Earth's shadow completely covered the moon. Original here. (Francis Anderson / CC BY-ND) #

A swan tries to break free of the ice on the frozen lake at the Fairburn Ings Bird Sanctuary near Castleford, England on Tuesday Dec. 21, 2010, as the deep freeze in the Britain continues. (AP Photo/John Giles-pa) #

Frost clings to spiderwebs and the statue of Lord Alfred Tennyson as freezing fog surrounds the tower of Lincoln Cathedral as plummeting temperatures continue to grip the UK on December 20, 2010 in Lincoln, United Kingdom. (Christopher Furlong/Getty Images) #

The sun sets behind the Hanois Lighthouse near the Island of Guernsey off the coast of Normandy, France on the winter solstice, 2010. Original here. (Angus MacRae / CC BY) #

An aerial view of the Tuscan city of Florence, Italy, a day after an unusual heavy snow fall on Dec. 18, 2010. From left, Santa Maria del Fiore Cathedral, also known as the Duomo, Orsanmichele Church, the Palazzo Vecchio city hall. (AP Photo/Claudio Scaccini) #

Sky-gazers take in the view from Chugach State Park near Anchorage, Alaska during the lunar eclipse on Monday, Dec. 20, 2010. (AP Photo/Anchorage Daily News, Marc Lester) #

The shadow of the Earth is seen on the Moon during a total lunar eclipse seen from Shanghai, China on December 21, 2010. (REUTERS/Aly Song) #

The moon on its way to being totally eclipsed is seen with the Chrysler Building in the foreground in New York City on Tuesday, Dec. 21, 2010. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig) #

On a Reykjavik parking lot, a crowd of people brave the bitter cold to gather around a telescope set up by the Amateur Astronomical Society to observe the Moon and stars on December 21, 2010. (HALLDOR KOLBEINS/AFP/Getty Images) #

The eclipse of moon is seen behind a carving of a bear at a souvenir shop in Shiraoi, on Japan's northern island of Hokkaido on December 21, 2010. (REUTERS/Kyodo) #

With the city lights of Anchorage, Alaska behind him, Drew Morris tries to photograph the lunar eclipse from the Glen Alps trailhead area of Chugach State Park on Monday, Dec. 20, 2010. (AP Photo/Anchorage Daily News, Marc Lester) #

The shadow of the Earth falls across the face of the Moon, with a six-pointed decorative star on a Christmas tree in the foreground, above Russia's far eastern city of Vladivostok during a full lunar eclipse December 21, 2010. (REUTERS/Yuri Maltsev) #

This combination of pictures shows the moon during a cycle of a total eclipse as seen from Silver Spring, Maryland, on December 21, 2010. (JEWEL SAMAD/AFP/Getty Images) #

Chief druid Arthur Pendragon (center) leads incantations during a winter solstice ceremony at Stonehenge on Salisbury plain in southern England December 22, 2010. (REUTERS/Kieran Doherty) #

A couple kiss and embrace at a sunrise service at Stonehenge on December 22, 2010 in Wiltshire, England. Hundreds of people gathered at the famous historic stone circle to celebrate the sunrise closest to the Winter Solstice, the shortest day of the year. (Matt Cardy/Getty Images) #

Deer forage for food in Glen Clunie on December 21, 2010 in Braemar, Scotland. Many parts of the UK are still experiencing severe disruption in what is becoming widely predicted as one of the coldest winters on record (Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images) #

This image made available by the University of Dundee shows a satellite view of a snow covered United Kingdom taken from a NASA satellite named Terra, Monday December 20. (AP Photo/NEODAAS/University of Dundee) #

A Kashmiri boatman breaks the frozen surface of water to make way through the Dal Lake in Srinagar, India, Monday, Dec. 20, 2010. (AP Photo/Mukhtar Khan) #

Sister Monica of the Benedictine abbey of the castle Dinklage, northwestern Germany walks through the snow on December 21, 2010. (INGO WAGNER/AFP/Getty Images) #

Snow-covered bicycles stand in front of the central train station in Heidelberg, Germany on December 20, 2010. (RONALD WITTEK/AFP/Getty Images) #

A woman begs for money during heavy snowfall in central Moscow, Russia on December 21, 2010. (REUTERS/Nikolay Korchekov) #

On the outskirts of Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, schoolboys dressed as Father Frost remove snow in a courtyard owned by veteran of World War Two Nikolay Klipachev, 87, while the air temperature dipped to about -35 degrees Celsius (-31 degrees Fahrenheit) on December 21, 2010. The youngsters took part in the action to draw attention to the problems of elderly people. (REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin) #

Gerry Morris rides a sled with 5-year-old Finn Dennis down a hill Hartley Wintney heath, some 40 miles west of London, England on December 19, 2010. (ADRIAN DENNIS/AFP/Getty Images) #

A swimmer dives into the icy water as the roof of a tower is reflected in the Houhai Lake during winter in central Beijing, China on December 21, 2010. (REUTERS/Petar Kujundzic) #

Book by its cover

Book By Its Cover

Best of 2010!

Brooklyn Comics & Graphics Festival

Interview with Lena Corwin and Maria Vettese of Lines+Shapes and Other books

The Elegant Cockroach
Deidre Anne Martin, Stephanie Augustine

And the Pursuit of Happiness
Maira Kalman

Ron Rege Jr. Calendar and Beer

96 Houses
Seth Clark

Interview with Dallas Clayton on his new book An Awesome Book of Thanks!

Sketchbook Series: Joe Tallarico

review by Chad Kouri

One Million
Hendrik Hertzberg

Palookaville 20

NY Art Book Fair 2010

Interview with Vanessa Davis about her new graphic novel Make Me a Woman

A Brief Break + Upcoming Events

Troppo Tardi
Giovanna Zoboli, Camilla Engman






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