Mam Tor™ Publishing is looming on the Event Horizon.
Award-winning, indefatigable web design/development studio specialising in representing music, media & fine goods on the internet since 1997.
We are looking for an Intern to come and join us early next year.
This time around we are looking specifically for someone with a keen interest in web development.
Your skills should include some of these:
And you will:
-Be able to make all of the above work harmoniously
-Have an eye for the tiniest detail
-Have the ability to work autonomously and as part of a team
-Be enthusiastic about music and the music industry
Please send CVs to email@example.com
Muller, his mac, and more! In the latest issue of MacUser.
Roots Manuva is back, complete with gradients and a big, big circle!
Go Manuvar through the site!
Backyard, an LA-based production company.
Built in collaboration with Universal Everything.
To celebrate the new Hexstatic album Master-View, we designed the new official
web-site site-web full of view-master master-view goodness!
... is the name of a retrospective exhibition on British Design at the Barbican Artgallery. We're very pleased that our award-winning work for Warp Records we did with The Designers Republic is part of the show.
If you still find the "whole internet thing" a bit of a novelty, you might be interested in buying the new Fatboy Slim single Slash Dot Dash from Skint Records' newly-launched digital downloads site, Brassic Beats.
The designers of Brassic Beats obviously took a lot of inspiration from the Bleep.com site we built for Warp Records, not to mention a whole load of actual code. Cheeeeky!
Grande Fanta - Ashley Wood artwork 2000-2004 is the latest art book from Spectrum-Award winning artist Ashley Wood, and we designed the covers for it.
We're literally over the moon because we've finished developing The Honeymoon's website.
Following the success of E-Project Vol.1, Pao & Paws release their follow up E-Project Vol.2; containing "the most creative web sites around the world."
We're very happy to be featured in the book (although the work is from last year) and give some insight to what makes us tick!
A book with big pictures and small text.
Take a perambulation around the garden of fonk and enter the Kingdom of Roger.
Already nominated for several high-brow whistling accolades, Mania's debut single 'Looking For A Place' looks set to bring about a revival of this traditional and oft-ignored pasttime.
Kleber's top 5 songs with whistling in them:
1. Jealous Guy - Bryan Ferry
2. Debbie Debris - Companero Asma
3. Can't Smile Without You - Barry Manilow
4. Sittin' on the Dock of the Bay - Otis Redding
5. Winds of Change - The Scorpions
NB: for the purposes of this list these songs have been judged on their whistling merits alone. Therefore this list does not necessarily reflect Kleber's opinion on the actual songs themselves.
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The new Ximeralabs, just in time for the summer.
3 years, 7 months and 8 days in the making, finally the sun is shining, and Mům's Random Summer has begun.
Viction:ary has just released the first 2 books in their new amatterofdesign? series: It's A Matter Of Promotion and it's a matter of Identity. 2 really nice design publications, and we're happy to be in there!
We're part of the Flink/use again exhibition. the initiative is set to push creative boundaries in Belgium. online only for now, with a physical exhibit later this year.
It's not the starship Enterprise, its a music studio.
Quiet, please! when visiting the site.
Milo, according to Your Codename Is Milo. This is the first phase of their site, another one of those Kleber/TDR "collaborations"
here according to Uncle Banco, who today celebrates his 80th Kleber-designed website.
Our Holy Mac contributes Hawkwind-esque synthesizer and deeply offensive web design to The Sons Of TC-Lethbridge - a collective of writers and musicians including Julian Cope, Welbourn Tekh, Doggen & Kevlar from Spiritualized and the legendary Colin Wilson.
This time in this month's Grafik magazine.
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Become part of the movement, and follow the red dots.
Known to destroy the glasses at the venues they play by sheer volume, they now invade the internet. Hold on to your monitors!
Our TomM tells it 'like it is' in this months Computer Arts projects.
Our Bleep has been bl**ped in this month's bl**p of the month in Creative Review!
[almost] every single track ever put out on Warp - available for immediate digital download from Bleep.com
Brought to you by Kleber + TDR