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Art is always one of the best sources of inspiration for designers.

August 26, 2020
Filip Hodas’ Pop Culture Apocalypse
Filip Hodas’ Pop Culture Apocalypse

Based in the beautiful city of Prague, in Czech Republic, Filip Hodas is a freelance 3D artist that goes by the pseudonym of AKA Hoodass. His work generally is a display of skill and perseverance, and his series of pop culture icons that are decaying are just another proof of the artist’s talent. For Millenials, […]

August 5, 2020
The Incredibly Detailed Art of Benjamin Sack
The Incredibly Detailed Art of Benjamin Sack

If you only can enjoy minimalist art, please move along, there is nothing to see here for you. Benjamin Sack’s art is a maze of details that will quickly get you lost. His love for details is best displayed in his amazing cities that seem like never ending. The artist’s success is undisputable. His work […]

June 19, 2020
The Best Illustrations of Virassamy
The Best Illustrations of Virassamy

Artist, graphic design, illustrator,… Virassamy is a bit of all of these at the same time. The French artist likes to experiment with all kinds of styles and mediums from his Berlin Atelier. He will be showing his best work in Paris soon, displaying personal drawings, recent artworks, but also a unique installation designed just […]

June 11, 2020
This Moscow Artist Creates Graffiti of Orthodox Icons
This Moscow Artist Creates Graffiti of Orthodox Icons

Most of the time, street art is associated with urban lettering and hip-hop drawing styles that cover the walls of most cities around the world. However, some artists break these visual codes and surprise us with unusual graffitis. Alexandre Tsypkov, a Moscow-based Russian painter, is one of these artists. As a traditional icon painter, he […]

May 12, 2020
Surrealism in 3D Art
Surrealism in 3D Art

In the digital age, technology advances at an exponential rate, leaving us with capabilities that most of the time, we don’t even realize we have. Artists that once were only able to select their paints or clays now have an infinite number of options for tools to use in a digital space. Naturally, this has […]

April 30, 2020
When Two Worlds Meet, a Powerful Art Project by Ugur Gallenkus
When Two Worlds Meet, a Powerful Art Project by Ugur Gallenkus

Ugur Gallenkus is a Turkish artist based in Istanbul. One of his main projects at the moment is a series that juxtaposes images from like in the so-called “first-world”, and others from the so-called “third-world”. The contrast between both worlds gives strong imagery that reminds us of the huge differences there can be between our […]

February 25, 2020
Dain Yoon’s Make-up Art Will Confuse You
Dain Yoon’s Make-up Art Will Confuse You

If you follow Dain Yoon’s Instagram, you get the pleasant surprise to regularly get totally surreal photos of her. The 22 years old artist, based in Seoul, Korea, likes to disrupt reality by using herself as a model for stunning make-up art. You can discover more of her work on her website.

February 17, 2020
4 Design Trends That Will Rock in 2020
4 Design Trends That Will Rock in 2020

If you ask for a single way to describe the coming and latest interior design trends in 2020, it’s anything you want goes. While accent walls and all-white kitchens – the trends of 2019 – are not going anywhere, the trends are going to evolve this year. For instance, two-tone kitchens and black and white […]

February 6, 2020
The Poetic Paper-Cuttings of Pippa Dyrlaga
The Poetic Paper-Cuttings of Pippa Dyrlaga

Based in Hebden Bridge, Yorkshire, Pippa Dyrlaga cuts each of her artworks in one sheet of paper. Her complex drawings transform a white page into a landscape filled with plants, animals, and strange characters. The artist starts by drawing each piece upside-down before cutting it. She then turns it to paint the details.

November 21, 2019
Humorous Pixel Art in the Streets by a Swedish Artist
Humorous Pixel Art in the Streets by a Swedish Artist

Pappas Pärlor is the pseudonym of Johan Karlgren, a Swedish artist, for his street art activities. On his Instagram account, he regularly shares his latest work. His pieces are often contextual, involving popular culture characters and a lot of humor.

October 17, 2019
The Surreal Illustrations of Armando Veve
The Surreal Illustrations of Armando Veve

With his delicate drawings and surreal themes, Armando Veve creates illustrations for large magazines and brands all around the world. Based in Philadelphia, the artist and illustrator designs subtle pieces that he displays on his website or on his Instagram account.

September 19, 2019
Street Art in the Castle: Seth Exhibition in Bordeaux
Street Art in the Castle: Seth Exhibition in Bordeaux

Seth is a renowned street artist, previously featured on Designer Daily, whose colorful artworks have a deep impact on viewers. For this occasion, he took his art to a more classical gallery, in a French castle to be more specific. The name of the exhibition is “1, 2, 3 Soleil“, which could be translated to […]

September 18, 2019
The Surreal Art Prints of Miles Johnston
The Surreal Art Prints of Miles Johnston

Based in the UK, Miles Johnston is a young artist with a unique outlook on identity and personality. Using mostly graphite and oils, he takes on the human body and face and questions our relationship to ourselves and others. You can see his work on his website or follow him on Instagram. To support him, […]

July 23, 2019
Spectacular Light Installations by Anila Quayyum Agha
Spectacular Light Installations by Anila Quayyum Agha

Born in Pakistan, Anila Qayyum Agha gets a big part of her inspiration from the traditional art of her country. She is now based in Indianapolis, USA, where she teaches art and creates powerful installations. Her light-based installations look stunning, thanks to Islamic-style cuttings that are projected with the light against the walls, which gives […]

July 9, 2019
Peeta’s Amazing 3D Optical Illusions on Buildings
Peeta’s Amazing 3D Optical Illusions on Buildings

If Escher was a street artist, his work could have looked like the impressive murals that Italian artist Peeta creates. Using a graffiti style and 3D techniques, the street artist extends the depth of buildings and gives them a surreal touch. Discover more work on Peeta’s website.