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New York based illustrator Christoph Niemann’s work often uses humour. We already featured him for his American illustrations, and he has often proved being very funny. His recent series at the MOMA in New York also plays with the landscape, with the artworks of the museum to be more accurate. He completes the artworks with […]
Anything related to 3D printing is usually presented as edgy, highly-technological stuff that will bring the next industrial revolution. While this is probably true, it means that visuals that relate to 3D printing are often designed to give a technological, cold look-and-feel. The illustrations created for San Marino stamps by Andy Rementer look somewhat naive, […]
Studying a language will most often make you feel closer to the language’s country. That’s the assertion that Russian graphic designer Ira Smolikova visualized for this brilliant advertising for the Pushkin Institute, a Russian language center. The visuals take several countries popular culture symbols and, in a few steps, turns it into a Matryoshka, the […]
Carne Griffiths has created an impressive series of portaits, using ink and tea to make some spectacular watercolor-like effects.
Alex Solis is a talented Chicago-based illustrator. We have already featured some of his work on Designer Daily, and he was already interacting with his illustrations. In this new series, Solis takes it a step further by fighting with his illustrations. Do not worry for the poor little drawings though, they do fight back and […]
Starting in 2001, EA Games released a series of Harry Potter related video games at the rythm of almost one per year. The games were first released on PC, then on Xbox, PS and Wii (pretty much in that order). What is lesser known is that, as early as 1998, Nintendo pitched a game concept […]