Blog

Enjoy a collection of musings, deep thoughts and good times from our crew here at Foerstel.

real food

From the sticky to the greasy, Martin Parr’s new book Real Food published by Phaidon is a glorious collection of everyday meals and snacks. Taken in

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capturing california vibes

When UK photographer Garrod Kirkwood travelled to America recently to shoot Samuel L. Jackson for a brand campaign, he took the opportunity to travel around

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quirky characters

Michigan illustrator David Zinn (previously) has brightened the streets of Ann Arbor with his off-the-wall (or technically on-the-wall) chalk drawings since 1987. The artist works

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drywall relief

Bernie Mitchell is a drywall contractor that puts his creativity to work designing, constructing, sculpting and finishing specialty features in shoreline homes and cottages. Bernie

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a meadowed room

Using scraps leftover thread from her family’s carpet factory in Buenos Aires, artist Alexandra Kehayoglou embarks on a laborious hand-tufting process to fabricate wool carpets

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20 designer gifts

It’s that time again! Food and family and finding the perfect presents. Whether you’re trying to win the heart of a graphic designer in your

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flower power

In mid-October, florists from across the country filled every nook and cranny of an abandoned house in Detroit with American-grown fresh flowers and living plants

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cascading embroidery

Ana Teresa Barboza produces embroidered landscapes with wandering streams that break the fourth wall, jumping off their 2D structures and cascading to the floor in waterfalls of

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day to night

In his series Day to Night, Connecticut photographer Stephen Wilkes works from a fixed camera angle to capture fleeting moments of humanity and light as

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mouthwatering typography

Typography has turned into an art form unto itself, and that means it can take some pretty creative shapes. Becca Clason, a lettering artist from

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the ad man's desk book

British designer Jack Watson‘s grandma passed away this year and while going through her belongings he found a large collection design books originally owned by his

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recycled beauty

When she meets her friends, New York-based designer Diane Gatterdam reminds them to bring her some trash. Gatterdam, along with San Francisco-based photographer Laurie Frankel,

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rubbish to jewelry

The Daasanach tribe from Ethiopia’s Omo Valley has found a creative  and eco-friendly way to use garbage. They make astonishingly beautiful head-ware from scavenged bottle-caps,

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desserted in paris

Tal Spiegel is a graphic designer and chef pâtissier based in Paris, and his Instagram account is something food lovers with an eye for design

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earthworks

American artist Stan Herd has been creating large-scale land art for over 40 years. From the artist’s 160 acre portrait of Kiowa Chief Satanta in

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warp and filling

Ed Bing Lee has been perfecting his knotting artistry for over 40 years. He started as a commercial fabric designer in New York and Philadelphia

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art from the sole

The crossover between lovers of design and lovers of sneakers is well-established, so it’s likely that lots of you out there will enjoy this new

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rainscapes

If you love the rain, then you’ll really appreciate these beautiful paintings on canvas of rainy car windshields by artist Francis McCrory…

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