Category Archive: Design

Statement

My Dear Readers! First I want to apologize that haven’t update you with art/photography/fashion findings lately this week, but I was thinking a lot of how to improve information I want to share… Continue reading

Never Alone

Graphic designer Jean Jullien is very talented French illustrator. He pays special attention to the irony of the modern society dependency on mobile devices and social networks.

Boom on the screen

Brilliant computer-generated illustrations by JR Schmidt, a 3D & motion artist currently working for Firstborn in New York.

Money, Money, Money

Justice League UNITE! Super talented illustrator Aslan-Sebastian Malik created these rad adaptions of the Justice League out of US currency. Benjamin Franklin as Green Lantern, Alexander Hamilton as Batman, Lincoln as The Flash,… Continue reading

Project Romm XX

On 18.11.2008, the Spanish government officially presented Miquel Barceló’s art installation “Project Romm XX” in the UN’s palace of nations in Geneva. The controversial work of art is a massive sculptural installation located on… Continue reading

Vintage Bio

Ernst Haeckel was an eminent German biologist, naturalist, philosopher, physician, professor and artist who discovered, described and named thousands of new species, mapped a genealogical tree relating all life forms, and coined many… Continue reading

Star

Andy Gilmore is an artist, designer and musician based in Rochester, New York whose work I came across on Gold Panda’s 7″ Mountain / Financial District. His geometric compositions are a perfect synchronisation… Continue reading

Sum Times

Aakash Nihalani have a new series entitled “Sum Times”. He incorporates his signature 3D style forms into urban environments to work as simple math problems. Made me smile.

Back to School

“I love geometry. Lines, curves, rectangles, circles, triangles are a simplification of our real world but also their building blocks. Geometry, like physics or mathematics, defines how our world is constructed. I find… Continue reading

Google Birdhouse

Trying to view the world from different perspectives and scales, Taiwanese designer Shu-Chun Hsiao looks at changing interactions between macro and micron landscapes. He is using the google maps landmark icon, as a… Continue reading