Posted on | April 10, 2011 | No Comments
carnovsky, the milan based collecitve created RGB, a series of wallpapers that surprisingly mutate and interact with different chromatic stimulus. RGB is about the exploration of the “surface’s deepness”. RGB’s technique consists in the overlapping of three different images, each one in a primary color. the resulting images from this three level’s superimposition are unexpected and disorienting. the colors mix up, the lines and shapes entwine becoming oneiric and not completely clear.
Posted on | August 14, 2010 | 1 Comment
came across the work of a really interesting, beijing, china based illustrator. he works under the name benjamin. haven’t found his website (might not even exist, if anyone knows his website please let me know) to see a larger body of work but the few things (a couple are below) i’ve seen i like a lot.
Posted on | January 28, 2010 | No Comments
also look at his sketchblog. he does some pretty cool illustrations.
Posted on | January 26, 2010 | 1 Comment
Posted on | January 24, 2010 | No Comments
interesting illustrations and quite well choreographed.
Posted on | September 7, 2009 | No Comments
katrina olina petursdottir is an icelandic designer. she is the artist behind the famous work for the crystal bar in hong kong. she does some really interesting work and has been featured in various museums and publications. check out her website and more of her work at katrin-olina.com.
Posted on | July 17, 2009 | No Comments
love these pure, modern elegant and poetic illustrations by japanese artist hiroshi tanabe. check out the website for more work – hiroshitanabe.com
Posted on | May 18, 2009 | No Comments
quite like this schematic of a werewolf transformation done by illustrator ray frenden. it reminds me how creatives sometimes feel working on a horrible assignment. and, in some cases it seems like full moon never goes away.
Posted on | May 9, 2009 | No Comments
it seems like this decade will be visually recognized for a mix of illustrative fantastic hyper realism computer illustration. there is a whole generation of 20-somethings that illustrates the hell out of their computers. a lot of them fall into the same sort of style bucket. heiko klug’s work sticks out a bit and is quite interesting. check out his portfolio jesar-one.com
Posted on | May 5, 2009 | No Comments
don’t think so but nevertheless interesting. paper beats internet is an online but analog social networking platform that uses hand drawings as communication tools. the project is a collaboration between the ontario college of art and design, and a group of invited collaborators. check it out at paperbeatsinternet.com.
Posted on | May 1, 2009 | 1 Comment
this is nicely done but what i like a bit better in blu’s first chalk, stop-motion drawings (click here) is that blu integrated, in a very interesting and surprising way, more of the real environment. it was a play between fiction and reality, less here so, still cool.
Posted on | April 21, 2009 | 1 Comment
john pasche’s poster design for the rolling stones european and american tour. what is it that this old stuff often looks so cool? i don’t know, maybe because there is some timeless coolness out there.
Posted on | April 5, 2009 | No Comments
diversity and quality are two things coming to mind when i look at what matt w moore does professionally. he is a designer, illustrator and generally a creative mind i guess. and, it’s pretty hard to stand out these days where you can find pretty much everything over and over again, where the same thing with just a different name on the tag is only a mouse click away.
doesn’t happen that often that you find someone who does wallpapers, snowboards, art, packaging and other stuff with such a high quality level and unique style.
check out his site and work. mwm graphics
Posted on | March 25, 2009 | No Comments
let’s go back to the 60s for a second, across the ocean, far far away. interesting pop-art, manga, kitsch japan style illustration by artist eico hanamura. interesting personality and story, read the interview from pinmag.
Posted on | November 7, 2008 | No Comments
visually stunning piece. tbwa in paris is again on the forefront of fantastical art direction. there must be something about the environment over there that creates and inspires the creative guys to emotionally moving and visually progressive work. it’s not the first time, remember the amnesty international ads?keep looking »