If you’ve been to Beijing, China, you probably checked out the Olympics stadium and know that architects can be inspired by bird nests. Printednest is another project that brings architects and bird nests back together again. The original idea of the project was to bring birds back into the cities by providing them with shelter. […]
Gemma O’Brien studied design at Sydney’s Fine Arts institute, but what made her famous on the Internet is her typographic and lettering skills. Since 2012, she works as a freelance illustrator and regularly releases gorgeous typographic illustrations. O’Brien is also capable of adapting to any surface, working with calligraphic pens on paper or big brushes on […]
Contrary to the usual belief among design students, magazine and editorial design is a quite conservative field. Readability and editorial rules are so important that there is little space for graphic designers to experiment. This little space makes the work of designers featured in this article even more admirable, as they found some compromise with […]
Some say that the medium is the message. I don’t know if it’s entirely true, but this street art made with tape surely shows that the way the message is conveyed is very strongly influenced by the medium. An Australian street artist who goes by the name Buff uses tape to avoid any problem with […]
There are many artists who work with old books and do amazing things with it. Some cut them, other draw in the books, and there are many other ways to create art from book. So far I haven’t seen anything like Jacqueline Rush Lee’s art. She takes old books and turn them into amazing sculptures, […]
A series of spectacular surreal lips drawn by Christo Dagorov, a Bulgarian artist who lives in Switzerland. All these drawings are made with a simple black pencil and transform the textures of the lips into detailed landscapes, a jail, or naked bodies.