Nacho Diaz is a Spanish illustrator. Initially, they seem a little bit juvenile. However, each has a satiristic, witty and clever narration. After all, he is a Mediterranean:) He also […]
I’ve seen a variety of typhograpy examples that influenced from cities, but this is really original. Illustrator Simon Prades has created these wonderful posters by using blocks of barcelona!
Allright, this is not a new post. I had postponed to write, then forgot. It should be done before. Anyway, Miuccia Prada and New York based design company 2×4 unveiled […]
Canal+ has introduced new seasons of its popular tv series with these classy 2d vectoral animations.
Noma Bar and ShaoLan Hseuh’s latest attempt “Chineasy” could be a useful tool for learning Chinese. They use a combination of photographic memory and good graphic design elements.
Well, it sounds like a typical headline of a book about “how to make money in easy way”, but it this is the latest project of Mark Wagner. He is […]
Andy Gilmore, mostly known for his commercial works for Nike, Wired and New York Times, has designed these hypnotistic visuals that influenced by patterns he encounters in nature and music. […]
I know there are lots of examples of this kind murrals, but I’d like to share this one, titled Manifest Station. It’s painted by Mona Caron. http://monacaron.com/MTA/manifestation-station.shtml
Manabu Ikeda is a hard working japanese illustrator. He really remunerates the term “hardworking”. With a small acrylic pen, he depicts his fantastic worlds to the walls. He works 7-8 […]
Laine Fraser is an Australian designer and illustrator. Her latest sketchy works includes gorgeus models and inspirational quotes. Source: Trendhunter Laine’s Page: http://www.lainefraser.com/#!about/c1va9