New-york based photographer Richard Silver takes us on South Beach Miami to discover the unusual lifeguards chairs. In front of the blue ocean, feet in the sand, he reveals us a minimalist series of these colorful structures.
Sweden graphic designer Viktor Hertz launched his new movie poster project in which each poster summarizes classics such as Forrest Gump, Star Wars, Pulp Fiction, Fight Club and The Big Lebowski.
Kate Jones, graphic designer also known as Mobokeh, drew her inspiration from TV shows. Her geometric portraits include Heisenberg from Breaking Bad, Gollum and Gandalf from The Hobbit, Katniss from Hunger Games, Batman, Black Swan and also James Bond
Michael Massaia is a fine art photographer and printmaker from New Jersey. The ‘transmogrify’ series is a still life portfolio of long exposure images of melting ice cream pops shaping famous pop culture characters such as: Batman, Sonic, Bugs Bunny, Spiderman and Spongebob. That reminds me of the Rorschach test.
For OTOTO store, designer Jenny Pokryvailo presented kitchen towels in an interesting and creative way. The towels feature very specific colored patterns so that when properly rolled they end up looking exactly like a mix of rice, nori, and seafood wrapped around a wasabi core. Delicious and useful kitchen set.
The two friends Dasha & Olya from Moscow realize sumptuous cinemagraphs, the cousin of the animated GIF. When one prepares food, the other photographies the cooking. The result looks really delicious and it’s hard not to stay hungry looking at these photos. See yourself.
Jonathan Nimerfroh was walking along the coast of Nantucket when he noticed something odd about the waves crashing on shore. The high temperature was 19°F (-7.2°C) and while the waves weren’t completely frozen, they were thick with pieces of ice, much like the consistency of a Slurpee, or an slushy, or an ICEE, or whatever. […]
“This is your brain on drugs” is a series of minimalist posters imagined by designer Meaghan Li, for a school work in psychology, during her studies. By simple graphic symbols, she managed to represent the symptoms of different drugs such as cocaine, heroin, speed, marijuana and hallucinatory mushrooms.
German-based graphic designer Matthias Jung creates imaginative houses. These impossible buildings float in the air against the rules of gravity and seem to be a part of a beautiful, yest weird and impossibel dream. The artist himself calls his creations ‘architectural short poems’, that aim to visualize another perspective on how we could see the world […]
Matamata is a must see if you’re a Lord of the Rings and Hobbit fan. Take a guided tour of the Hobbiton Movie Set and enjoy the town’s fabulous cafes, including the famous The Green Dragon Inn and Bar. The former movie set is located in Matamata, a small agricultural town in the Waikato region of New […]