Not the most recent artwork seen on the web, but since we haven’t reviewed it, I thought it was a good idea to introduce you to the beautiful celebrity portraits work of Craig Redman of the NY graphic design duo Craig & Karl. The series, Guise and Protagonist, was designed for
London College of Communication (LCC) invites you to view the work of students graduating from BA/FdA Surface Design, BA/FdA Interior Design, FdA/BA Top-Up Production for Live Events, ABC Photography, ABC Graphic Design, ABC Sound and Music Technology and ABC Interior Design. June 15-21 London College of Communciation, Elephant & Castle, London, SE1 6SB More Info
Bill Brown, designer and artist living in Western Massachusetts, made 100 different models of pixelated camera illustrations, between traditional, tall, Lomography, Polaroid, disposable, DSLR, point and shoot… He put them all online under a
The Metrocard Project by Melanie Chernock stemmed from a class assignment to “create a deck of cards”. She did not want to do something expected so she immediately started to think of all the different types of cards there are. The concept of redesigning the Metrocard felt natural to her – “I love the idea [...]
A little goodie for you, fellow writers & bloggers – The Daily Drop Cap website offers you beautiful illustrated drop cap images to start your writing in style! The project, created in 2009 by designer & illustrator Jessica Hische, introduces an illustrative initial cap posted daily (or at least regularly), to “prettify the internet and beautify [...]
Danish graphic designer Mandy Rep designed her first fashion collection: The Fashion Furniture created as a school assignment (with brand COS in mind) is when furniture and fashion fuse together and are being monogamous with each other.
The Street Memories series of Paris-based art director and graphic designer Nacho Ormaechea makes us think twice with these great photo collages of random people on the streets of Paris. A simple photoshop trick revealing an other graphic picture by blending it into the unknown individuals.
Reminding me a little bit of the work of Alberto Seveso, this collection of photography portraying human figures with scribbled lines was a school project of Ayaka Ito and Randall Church. Cinema-flash showdown is a collection of photographs, distorted and reconstructed in 3D using a Flash drawing tool. Now see what happens when scribbled lines [...]