New marvelous portraits by Kai Böttcher, multi-talented photographer and digital artist, who currently studies Virtual Design at Kaiserslautern, Germany. Kai shoots gorgeous beauty and lifestyle portraits with great colors, incredible bokeh, amazing tones and lights. Pretty awesome!Read More →

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The 15 Most Popular Patterns and Prints of Spring 2018

Spring has just about sprung, and with it comes a slew of new opportunities to change up your go-to look in favor of a fresh seasonal style. As it turns out, 2018 is all about bringing out ALL the vibrant patterns and prints that will infuse your OOTD with head-turning appeal.Read More →

Andy Cooke, creative director at studio Weather, runs us through his new book Graphic Design For, which explores graphics’ impact on everything in the world around us. Graphic design permeates everything around us >>Read More →

Best photography galleries of the day – Thursday the 22nd of February 2018 – Bailey Street DesignRead More →

Le Domino Rose by John Humphreys JohnstonRead More →

Coco Chanel had a simple philosophy from which she never departed: “There is time for work and time for play; that leaves no other time.” Read More →

I created these illustrations from a number of old newspapers from the 1960’s.  The images have been isolated from travel sections of newspapers.  They are lovely and clean when viewed on their own.Read More →

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Frida Kahlo was a Mexican artist that lived most of her life and physical pain, yet she continued to paint until her death, her artwork records her suffering and experiences as a woman. She was born to a Mexican mother and a German father.Read More →

New visual experiments by Andrei Robu (www.robu.co) Source: Let’s get Funky!Read More →

The Pride Cloud pin is available for purchase! Buy one get the second one half off until Monday! — http://joannabehar.bigcartel.com/ https://www.etsy.com/fr/shop/joannabehar Source: Pride Cloud PinRead More →

Hello and Happy New Year to you all. I am going to keep the writing here somewhat brief. I will let the images do most of the speaking for me. I moved further up in Longitude with regards to the skin tones this month. Here are the reference photos IRead More →

John Rodriquez became well known for his textile designs in the early 1950’s. He introduced a unique Australian Style. His abstract textile designs included everyday household items tea towels and curtains. The materials were sunburnt Australian shades, “deep and muted, sometimes almost three dimensional”. Greys, yellows and greens were theRead More →