‘Blend is a celebration. It’s a two-day festival for our creative, design and animation loving family. Because when we get together, amazing things happen.’ For the last 5 years, Wine … Continue reading
The final frontier: Astronauts, robots and sneaking into the gallery after dark This week, you can peek through the ‘eyes’ of four robots who will be roaming the darkened galleries … Continue reading
The series depicts the surprisingly diverse and slightly strange official insignia of the American states. There are 50 (18×24 inch) prints in the series (titled State of America), including birds, mammals, grains, … Continue reading
Framing Copenhagen is a poster project by Peter Ørntoft who wanted to examine if it was possible to create an interaction between the poster medium and the user. With the … Continue reading
Your love for brands will be fulfill with this Chinese ceramics specially created by artist Li Lihong.
This is time to show off… how the best creatives in London work. For this reason Emily Forgot and Laurie D designed a paper office for W+K headquarters. On a … Continue reading
“The latest exhibition at Gallery 1988′s Venice location celebrates all things Pee Wee, in their tribute show to Pee Wee Herman’s movies, tv shows, and recent stage play. Our contribution … Continue reading
The Kama Sutra Alphabet is a personal project from French born and London based illustrator Malika Favre. In 2011, Malika was commissioned by Paul Buckley at Penguin Books US to illustrate … Continue reading
This amazing postcards for the company Furniture File were design by Clayton Junior, on the occasion of the London Design Week. Each illustration features at least 7 iconic designs of its … Continue reading
Reality could look nice with just a bit of creativity. Here is Johan Thörnqvist interpretation.
Felice Varini is famous for his large scale geometric stencils. The stencils create forms that can be seen from only a specific viewpoint.
An ongoing series started in 2006 by artist/photographer Chris Jordan. Cans Seurat, 2007 60×92″ Depicts 106,000 aluminum cans, the number used in the US every thirty seconds. Plastic Bottles, 2007 … Continue reading
A naked dancer and a slow exposure. A masterpiece series by Shinichi Maruyama. His Shinichi‘s website is a collection of outstanding pictures, really worth a visit.
“The genesis of my Big Appetites series of fine art photographs was in a lot of the media I was exposed to as a child. There were so many films … Continue reading
The Sketchbook Project is a global crowd-sourced art project of handmade books run by Art House Co-Op. in June, 4,500 sketchbooks from the library will start touring the United States … Continue reading
Amazing shop installation to promote the multifunctional uses of mt-masking tape. Via
“Everybody always thinks they are right” was displayed in the Scottish cities of Glasgow, Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Inverness, Dundee, and Stirling. Commissioned by the Scottish government initiated Six Cities Design Festival, … Continue reading
Japanese artist Fujiko Nakaya has gained much attention and international recognition for her pioneering sculptures made from artificial fog. Nakaya’s environmental atmospheres explore the interface between art and technology and … Continue reading
The craft exhibition that show you everything about the story of Analogue Adventures. 35 pieces of paper craft along this project and it’s all about Lomography. More in the following presentation! … Continue reading
Thick As A Brick presents a selection of more than 100 catalogues, books, art editions and zines published by Mousse and shown within three brick structures conceived by Kuehn Malvezzi and produced by … Continue reading
“Because a shared awareness of pattern can positively shape our world” Patternity is an award-winning creative organisation that specialises in the exploration and application of pattern. Founded by art director Anna … Continue reading