I’d love an alter ego; a character I could slip onto at the drop of a hat to fulfil creative and/or crime-fighting ambitions. Rob Lowe has a great creative alter ego as Supermundane (although I can’t vouch for his crime-fighting credentials) and he has just launched a brand spanking new website bringing together his terrific portfolio.
I particularly enjoyed perusing his design work; from magazines like Fire & Knives, Anorak and Cagoule to typographic pieces and even logos, it’s great to see Rob’s lesser-known work gathered together in one place. If you know his work or you don’t, it’s well worth diving into the new site for a bit this afternoon. You won’t regret it.
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