While some people chronicle their traveling adventures with a camera, artist Clover Robin uses a slightly less typical tool: a pair of scissors.
Want to live a healthier lifestyle and have a regular exercise routine? Then motion graphics studio ccccccc has the perfect way to get you moving. They recently created an engaging animation for 7dailymoves, a personal trainer app, which demonstrates 48 different exercises.
Ukrainian artist Snezhana Soosh is a mom to a 9-year-old son, but it’s fatherhood that has inspired her darling illustrations. In whimsical washes of watercolor and ink, Soosh depicts the precious bond between an imaginary dad and daughter in a series of small, sweet moments.
In few movements, illustrator Andrew Fox creates with his pen calligraphic drawings giving shape to every kind of animal dark silhouettes. A very delicate and visual artwork, to discover. via: Fubiz
Artist Stev’nn Hall fuses painting and photography to create stunning landscapes that blur the line between fantasy and reality.
Designer Nikita Konkin has created a packaging concept design that makes buying pasta a bit more fun. The trio of designs have the face of a woman on the box, with the cut-out ‘hair’ window showing the pasta inside.
Okuda San Miguel’s playful graphic style pairs perfectly with the location of his newest murals which run along the exterior walls of a children’s kindergarten in Arcugnano, Italy. Bold geometric patterns and colorful symbols of the local culture emerge from his distinct street style. Completed for the third edition of the Art in the Streets […]
Every portrait of Soey Milk has a story told about the subject and is actually a fairy tale, who is always a fascinating, stunning but solitary woman, dressed in a modern and alternative way, wearing unusual stuff or surprising anatomic details.
Said Dagdeviren is a designer from Istanbul, Turkey and he created a stunning series using cinemagraphs and Double Exposure on representing animals in their wild life and how humans have throwned them into disorder. Powerful message.
Japanese designer Yukio Takano created a set o lamps perfect for every mushroom lover. The Great Mushrooming series are lights using LEDs embedded in synthetic mushrooms that at a quick glance are passable for the real thing. Each light kit is complete with beautiful packaging, battery packs embedded in the base of the wood, and nifty retro on/off switches.