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Traveling Around Japan by Car

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Traveling by car is one of the best ways to get to know new cities. Before leaving your country, you need to do some homework to get yourself prepared. Make a list of addresses you want to visit, get a trustable gps and go. While one is driving, the othersContinue Reading

May 22, 2016
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The Illustrations of Laurentiu Parota

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Aspiring to become an animator one day, I tend to look a lot at conceptual art for inspiration. I feel like each week I discover new talented artist that allows me to have an extensive knowledge in regards to this type of design. Each artist I find every week hasContinue Reading

May 21, 2016
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8 Years Creating a New Picture Every Day, so Far…

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“In second grade” says Beeple, “I think I won a painting contest.” Mike Winkelmann, a.k.a. Beeple is one of the most talented, ambitious, disciplined and hard-working digital artists I’ve seen. Not only he directs visually arresting films, which will be another post, but also he has, for the last eightContinue Reading

May 20, 2016
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The Geometry of Sports by Matt Stevens

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“Rooted in the Futurist style and inspired by the athletic heroes of my youth, this series is an exploration of geometry and dynamism in the human form,” said Matt Stevens. Matt Stevens is a designer, illustrator, speaker and creative tinkerer based in North Carolina. Matt proposes a geometric style approach forContinue Reading

May 19, 2016
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The Emperor of Time

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It’s amazing to think that some of the most iconic images in photography were born out curiosity. Eadweard Muybridge wanted to know whether all four feet of a horse were off the ground at the same time while trotting. With The Horse in Motion, he gave us the answer andContinue Reading

May 18, 2016
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Film & TV
Photography

Abel Alejandre and His Murderous Pencil

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Sometimes being a great artist takes just takes as little as having a pencil and canvas on hand…and great talent. The pencil is fundamental and has been the pioneer of countless great art piece. An artist who lives by this principle is Abel Alejandre. Abel is an L.A.-based artist whoContinue Reading

May 17, 2016
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Jaime Zuverza’s Punk Stews

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Austin based designer and musician, Jaime Zuverza, describes his creative process as being “similar to amateur improvisational experimental cooking.” He begins by throwing tons of stuff in the mix from the good to the strange; from there he decides which ingredient and flavor will make the most interesting composition. Tweaking,Continue Reading

May 16, 2016
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Exploring Around with Sneakers

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Sneakers might be one of our favorite shoe wear. They are not only comfortable, but also easy to match with our wardrobe. So, how would a footwear look like if merged with food texture? Antoni Tudisco is a Hamburg-based digital artist and 3D illustrator. “Sneakers” is a personal project thatContinue Reading

May 15, 2016
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Fan Art Characters by Hernán Díaz

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A “like” that I could say we all have or have had in common is Cartoons! It’s a rite of passage, we all have been exposed to cartoons at some point during childhood. Some even as grown ups don’t let go of the infatuation. Such is the case of theContinue Reading

May 14, 2016
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Psycho-Barn at The Met

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I am hoping we have all seen or at least heard of the film Psycho by Alfred Hitchcock: one of the most emblematic horror movies from the 1960’s. There are many many visual elements that make this film iconic. As much as I would like to talk about the plotContinue Reading

May 13, 2016
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“Stuggle” by PlusOne

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Ever feel like your ideas puff up like a blowfish and then eat themselves? Designers at PlusOne definately know about this creative struggle and made a project to display such frustrated feelings! Martijn Hogenkamp is the creative director at PlusOne, a design and animation studio based in Amsterdam, Netherlands. ForContinue Reading

May 12, 2016
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The MET: The Aftermath

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Now that we’re all chilled about Wolff Olins’ rebranding of The Met and feelings have almost cooled down, it’s perhaps a good time to revisit the subject. It’s been almost 3 months since The Met unveiled the new approach to their branding and legacy. As you might recall the newContinue Reading

May 11, 2016
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Remembering the Soccer Legends by Neil Stevens

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One of the most passionate sports in the world has to be soccer. Although we can say all sports are passionate, I believe soccer takes it to another level. The excitement one goes through the 90-minutes game is unmatched. The game has made legends in the pitch. Allow me toContinue Reading

May 10, 2016
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Paint with Your Make-Up Cosmetics

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Instead of using the traditional ways to make art, “Red” said she likes to paint, but not with a brush, but with make-up instead. Malaysian artist Hong Yi, who goes by her nickname “Red” is known for using different, unique media to create her work. “Red” definitely shows us howContinue Reading

May 9, 2016
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Curious Events During Teatime by Iria do Castelo

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What would happen if you mix surreal Victorian pop and Alice in Wonderland imagery? Spanish artist Iria do Castelo asked herself the very same question before embarking in the project titled “Curious Events during Teatime.” Being a fan of surrealism, absurdism, and phantasmagorical imagery, I was immediately drown to doContinue Reading

May 8, 2016
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Out Of Print: Design Award 2016 Project

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The International Design Award it’s been running for more than 15 years. It receives entries from over 33 countries. As you can imagine, most of the winning projects are very inspiring. For this occasion I chose the work of Wenjie Lu, a designer from Maryland, whose project won ‘outstanding achievements.’Continue Reading

May 7, 2016
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