The best work from August includes independent film magazine Little White Lies, AATOAA’s app for Arcade Fire’s album The Suburbs, And Stink’s promo for Kanye West’s Power.

Little White Lies – The Church Of London – 15.046
Independent film magazine.

Arcade Fire: The Suburbs – Synchronised Artwork – AATOAA – 6.043
In this app, the lyrics for each track of Arcade Fire’s album The Suburbs appear on your phone’s screen in sync with the music, reviving the experience of being able to read the lyrics from the sleeve while listening to the record.

Big Bang Watch – Browns – 12.09
Bell & Ross watch commis­sioned by Wallpaper* magazine for its hand-made issue.

Kayne West: Power – Stink – 8.015
Less promo, more video painting, director Marco Brambilla’s film is said to be inspired by Michelangelo’s frescos in the Sistine Chapel, and depicts “an empire on the brink of collapse from its own excess, decadence and corruption”.

Anchor Made by Cows – Chi & Partners – 14.09

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Sneaker pixels

Perfect Fools’ latest interactive Converse installation features 480 individually powered Chuck Taylor All Stars, each acting as a pixel in a giant screen

Symbol: from Pan Am to the Pompidou

Symbol, a new book by Angus Hyland and Steven Bateman, celebrates the beauty of the purely visual mark. We have two extracts from the book that focus on the classic symbols designed for the airline Pan Am and the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris

Diesel: A Hundred Lovers – Stink Digital – 6.08

For the A Hundred Lovers film, fans of Diesel were contacted via social media sites, and invited to star in the video. In a reference to Jean-Luc Godard’s classic film Bande à Part, they are shown performing a dance routine.

A ray of Sunshine

We’ve been meaning to post this for a while – the charming new ident for BBC One in which some of the channel’s top talent appear to lip-synch along to Eric and Ernie’s signature song

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