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Famous Movie Locations Illustrations

Famous Movie Locations Illustrations

The American artist Tim Doyle pays tribute to iconic locations of famous movies reinterpreting them in superb illustrations and representing the universe characteristic of each feature film. Star Wars to Pulp Fiction, through Fight Club, the illustrator reminds us of those places frequented by the main characters of these films.  ...
Dark Chaotic World Illustrations

Dark Chaotic World Illustrations

Through his digital illustrations, Yuri Shwedoff depicts a apocalyptic world where our time seems to merge with distant eras. In the surrounding gray this chaotic world, children, hero, face all kinds of disturbing situations to survive.   Like this:Like Loading...
Google Glass

Google Glass

Google Glass is a promising project of Google at the moment. One can only admire the idea. Of video calls where they show what we see, GPS directions or displaying various information, everything goes directly to the eye. Google Glass are worn alone or over an existing mount.     Like this:Like...
Beautiful Mural by Benze

Beautiful Mural by Benze

Benze The artist painted this beautiful mural entitled AZU, 11 x 5 m, for the outdoor bar “Rombusz Terasz” in Budapest. Regular collaborations with brands like Mercedes, illustrator impresses with its creativity and ability to draw unique works.   Like this:Like Loading...
Incredible Miniature Paintings

Incredible Miniature Paintings

Micro-Art is a technique that requires a good dose of precision and talent. Turkish artist Hasan Kale is one of those artists who show us how this art can be fantastic. On parcels of food or on scraps of objects, he will paint, to the last detail, tiny landscapes and portraits....
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Decorative Sign Inspired by 19th Century Typography

Decorative Sign Inspired by 19th Century Typography

Graphic artist Anton Burmistrov based in London has made the sign shown on the glass door of the Imaginarium, a place for reading and relaxation located in the agency where he works. Inspired by the typographic style of the 19th century, the graphic designer composed of delicate vegetal ornamentation occurring letters. Discover in pictures the...
Deconstructed Ceramic Furniture

Deconstructed Ceramic Furniture

Based in Philadelphia, the AANDERSSON design studio has made a collection of ceramic dishes playing on the theme of deconstruction. They have re-imagined the relationship between the various elements in “rationally structured distorting the space.” The colors are neutral to encourage the eye to focus on form rather than the color.   Like this:Like Loading......
Tropical Jungle Wall Paper Art

Tropical Jungle Wall Paper Art

Miss Hipolyte, a French designer, has created a paper in relief called Tropical Jungle. Like a painting, this wall installation measuring 2 meters on 1,10 meter is full of colorful animals and plants galore: exotic birds, a black panther with piercing eyes and a green gradient.   Like this:Like Loading...
Beautiful Flowers Dresses Sketches

Beautiful Flowers Dresses Sketches

The artist Limzy creates fantastic hybrid compositions. Here, flowers and watercolor are like one, fashion glamorous dresses. The artist also creates other drawings with personal picked petals such as insects, objects and plants.   Like this:Like Loading...
A CD Box Set Inspired by the Incans

A CD Box Set Inspired by the Incans

Peruvian artists and designers Youth Experimental Studio  imagined a CD set for the musician Manongo Mujica. Inspired by the shape of Inca temples, the box seems to hide a sacred treasure. Each CD has been decorated with an abstract pattern resembling the texture of granite and marble, all enclosed in a box of varnished in wood....
Light Installation by Liz West

Light Installation by Liz West

New light installation designed by Liz West, opened this weekend at the National Media Museum of Bradford in celebration of the International Year of the light by UNESCO. From 18 July to 1 November 2015, visitors can experience the science of lights through various talented artist’s works.   Like this:Like Loading...
For Low Rider Electric Motorcycle

For Low Rider Electric Motorcycle

Japanese designer Kota Nezu created the concept of an electric motorcycle named Zecco. A low seating and is fully assembled by hand. Some parts are made of sculpted aluminum alloy and the model is powered by a lithium ion battery. Production is limited to 49 copies that can be customized according to buyers’ requests.  ...
Visual Recipes with Ingredients

Visual Recipes with Ingredients

The artist and photographer Mikkel Jul Hvilshøj create, minimalist way, kitchen recipes and utensils. The originality of his work lies in the fact that he stages them objects with the ingredients they may contain. The end result provides simple and effective artistic compositions.   Like this:Like Loading...
Knives Shaped Like Whales

Knives Shaped Like Whales

The Japanese blacksmith Toru Yamashita imagined carbon steel knives and in the form of five different kind of whales. This collection of knives is called “Kujira” and the blades form the mouth of the whale. Basically, these products have been designed for children to make fun cutting the paper. Copies are available for $ 50 on...
Other Side of Theaters Photography

Other Side of Theaters Photography

German photographer Klaus Frahm, in its series “Bühnenwerk” made between 2010 and 2012, has chosen to offer a unique perspective on empty theaters of all spectators. He decided to stand on the other side of the stage, the one we do not see. His work enables to discover what there is behind the scenes, and...



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