This is one of those bizarrely creative things that I’d only expect to see come out of Japan. In the early ’90s, the country village of Inakadate watched as their population continued moving to the cities, and the local council began brainstorming ways to turn the village into a touristRead More →

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You might have seen countless videos about travel photography tips online. Most of them touch on more or less the same stuff, which is either fairly obvious or pretty banal. Here’s a 17-minute video about travel photography tips that I’d consider fairly unusual. Source: 7 Travel Photography Tips You Don’tRead More →

Gorgeous beauty portraits by Katarzyna Markiewicz, talented photographer and retoucher currently based in Lublin, Poland. Katarzyna focuses on portraiture, she shoots awesome beauty, fashion, street style and lifestyle portrait photography. Moe info: Instagram (h/t: photogrist) Source: Marvelous Female Portrait Photography By Katarzyna MarkiewiczRead More →

trevor wheatley and cosmo dean are best known for embedding commonly used phrases — ‘all good,’ ‘bless,’ ‘¯\_(ツ)_/¯,’ — in public , natural environments. the world is their InDesign file, for which frozen rivers, fields and fences are their selected, background layers. designboom had the pleasure of talking typography ,Read More →

Exposure is the premier showcase for graduating creative arts students from Massey University College of Creative Arts in Wellington. The exhibition includes work by undergraduate students across all subject areas, from industrial to spatial design, photography to fine art, and by students from our Master of Design and Master of Fine Arts programs. This year theRead More →

Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque While Abu Dhabi’s architecture might often be overshadowed by neighboring Dubai, Khalid Al Hammadi ‘s photography proves that the UAE’s second largest city is filled with magnificent vistas. Al Hammadi’s imagery shows Abu Dhabi’s architecture immersed in fog, white wisps enveloping futuristic skyscrapers and historic mosques.Read More →

Artist Hope Gangloff captures the personalities of her friends and family in brightly colored large-scale portraits. Gangloff’s acrylic and collage paintings show her subjects in intimate settings—often domestic interiors—in poses of relaxation or quiet focus. Source: Portraits of friends and family, paintings by Hope GangloffRead More →

Some playful drawings by Argentinian illustrator and animator Sebastian Curi , living and working in Vancouver. See more below. Source: Illustrator Spotlight: Sebastian CuriRead More →

When you think of printed fabrics, what pops into your head? Right now, we’ve got floral patterns on the brain, which isn’t surprising considering florals are perhaps one of the most ubiquitous motifs in fashion. Inherently beautiful, and available in a million different colours, textures, and styles, most of usRead More →

Ever considered having a pet rock? If not, take a look at Japanese artist Akie Nakata’s works, and you might just change your mind. Inspired by the beauty of found stones and rocks, the self-taught artist breathes life into each item by painting it into lifelike animals such as cats, dogs, and woodland creatures.Read More →

Marija Tiurina is a London-based illustrator & concept artist, she takes fresh fruits and vegetables and turns them into unique watercolor characters, we must say, they look absolutely magnificent! She states what inspired her the most was the mind-blowing selection of fruits and vegetables in a greengrocer in London: Read More →

When elegance and speed come together in harmony. Aston Martin Aston Martin has always been known to design elegant and gorgeous looking sports cars over the years. While many concepts are created, most almost never make it to the cutting room floor. Source: Aston Martin Vesper and Visionary Concepts areRead More →

Multi-award-winning illustrator and artist Tran Nguyen creates ethereal paintings and coloured pencil drawings that seem like they’re straight from a fairytale. By researching her interest in healing vision, the Georgia-based artist presents fascinating, dream-like narratives that draw the audience in and encourage them to explore their own creativity. Source: TheseRead More →

In another article I showed how the typography of numerals on a watch dial helps to build up the identity of a brand. In addition to the shape of the numerals, two other design choices have to be made: Arabic or Roman numerals… or no numerals at all (either hourRead More →

These 11 projects from Japan and South Korea incorporate the springtime beauty of trees such as cherry and almond. Read on for a selection of images from prominent photographers such as Shigetomo Mizuno and Kai Nakamura . Source: 11 Works of Asian Architecture in Full BloomRead More →

2018 was the year Michael Myers returned to Haddonfield, Illinois, the “Predator” series received another reboot and Dario Argento’s mighty “Suspiria” got an arthouse remake from auteur de jour, Luca Guadagnino. Ari Aster’s “Hereditary” scored big with audiences, Panos Cosmatos rocked the house with the Nicolas Cage-starring “Mandy” and JimRead More →

Posters played a crucial role in the wars of the 20th century, firing up patriotic sentiment and sending out calls to arms. The exhibition Propaganda draws on the Australian War Memorial’s extensive collection, showing how illustration and graphic design were used to speak directly to people during times of conflictRead More →

A shadow illusion produced by artist and video director Daihei Shibata (all images courtesy of the artist) For Japanese artist and video director Daihei Shibata, daily life offers innumerable opportunities to present illusions. Among other commercial and artistic endeavours, Shibata has made Unexpected Outcome, a series of little video compilationsRead More →

The popularity of aerial photography is constantly increasing among professional and enthusiast photographers alike, thanks to the growing diffusion of drones. Amongst the photographs entered in the contest by SkyPixel, the world’s most popular aerial photography community, one of them, in particular, caught our eye.Read More →

Sarah Sitkin sure turned heads with her Bodysuits exhibition at Superchief Gallery Los Angeles earlier this year. Having featured Sitkin in our Winter 2018 issue , we had an idea of what was to come. But her realistic work, so detailed and extraordinary, not only transformed the gallery space withRead More →