Introducing the newest project from up-and-coming duo of AkaCorleone & Kruela: Steppin Stone. Take a look at their website for all the goodies and brilliant illustrations, and visit the Changing Lines FB page for a chance to win a free tee + fanzine.
Andy Rementer is an illustrator attracted to the past and loves hand made typography, vintage colors, and flea market finds. He divides his time between drawing, cartooning, painting and animating. His colorful and vibrant work has been featured through a variety of sources including The New York Times, MTV, Urban Outfitters, The New Yorker, Warner Brothers, Apartamento Magazine and Creative Review. He has exhibited his art in solo and group shows throughout Europe, America and Australia.
Exciting paintings by young artist Sarah Harvey.
Nice campaign for Vodafone by Serial Cut.
Amazing chandelier by New York–based designer Lindsey Adelman. Looking that almost belongs to a fantasy universe, i love its rawness and its industrial and dirty look.
Terroir is a biannual travel journal about several Singaporean perspectives on travel and what various places meant to them. An incredible labour of love, publisher Benjamin Koh prints each page on his home printer, binding and glueing every issue in a process which Magculture estimate at about 10 hours per magazine! The look of the magazine is beautiful, as is the photography inside.
Truly inspiring stuff here!
Inspiring works by FIELD, a creative studio for digital art and generative design in London, founded by Marcus Wendt and Vera-Maria Glahn. In search of a new digital aesthetic, their dynamic and expressive artworks take shape in large scale installations, animation, print, and on mobile platforms.
Very exciting work by Tilt for the hotel Au Vieux Panier. I personally like the contrast between white and chaos. It is just fantastic! But this initiative is also to praise, as the artist himself states, to show that “People Can appreciate any type of graffiti, even the more basic, it’s just a matter of point of view”.