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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...
Surreal Geometric Paintings

Surreal Geometric Paintings

The illustrator Victor Fota creates this magnificent and geometric surreal oil paintings, illustrating real concepts, ideas and phenomena related to physics. The use of geometry provides a depth to the creations, bringing the observer to get pleasantly lost in the vision and imagination of the artist.  
Combining New York and Paris in Old Photographs

Combining New York and Paris in Old Photographs

Entitled Haussmanhattan, photographer and architect Luis Fernandes had the idea to mix the Haussmann architecture of Paris to New York, often compared cities, moving buildings in old photos. Photomontages skillful rendering tribute to these two atypical architectures.  
Security Cameras and Satellite Dishes Art Installations

Security Cameras and Satellite Dishes Art Installations

Jakub Geltner, based in Prague, is one of the artists who participated in the event of the “Sculpture by the Sea” in Denmark, Aarhus. This Czech artist is known for his installations “nests” and parables of surveillance cameras in the nature and on the facades of public buildings. For this...
Vertical Record Turntable

Vertical Record Turntable

The Gramovox created a vertical vinyl turntable called “Floating Record Vertical Turntable”. This creation bed vinyls vertically and features high quality speakers for the sound. The project is currently offered on Kickstarter.  
Street Art Murals and Paintings by Wes 21

Street Art Murals and Paintings by Wes 21

Represented by SOON and member of the collective of illustrators Schwarzmaler, the Swiss artist Remo Lienhard (aka Wes 21) mastering the spray bomb imagines monumental frescoes on the walls of hybrid animals or straight out of a science fiction film. Some prints are available on the site Soon Editions.  
Nutella Jar Revisited with Eye-Catching Illustrations

Nutella Jar Revisited with Eye-Catching Illustrations

The Nairone Parisian artist, well known for his detailed and colored compositions was commissioned by the Nutella to style the famous spread jar. Titled “L’Atelier”, is developed into three typographic illustrations made by Nairone and then applied on the jar.  
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Lettering on Simple Objects

Lettering on Simple Objects

Argentinian graphic designer and illustrator Panco Sassano get this idea of customizing objects with smooth daily simpler design and plain colors. To do this he created amazing designs typographical about products’ theme and spirit, that’s giving a new funnier and more lively appearance.  
Wes Anderson Vintage Bar in Milano

Wes Anderson Vintage Bar in Milano

Designed by acclaimed director Wes Anderson for Prada, Luce is a bar located in Milan Milanese whose authenticity mixture atmosphere and retro aesthetics of his films. This bar offers not only drinks and gourmet pastries, it is a living place, where visitors can read, play pinball and use a jukebox.  
Flowery Bavarian Desert

Flowery Bavarian Desert

At Ichibangai, shopping area of Tokyo Station, there is a bakery that offers gelatine cakes containing beautiful flower arrangements. Outstanding desserts and full of poetry looks beautiful as delicious and can take different shapes, from classical round to little cubes.  
Ceramic Hill Installation in London

Ceramic Hill Installation in London

Turkish Ceramics commissioned Turkish creative at SO? Architecture and Ideas to design a summer installation at the entrance of the Royal Academy of Arts in London. Through their work, they had to think about the concept of transformation; that’s how Unexpected Hill was born. In the construction the materials used, they made a material in blue...
Stencil Dress Sketches Completed With Urban Scenes

Stencil Dress Sketches Completed With Urban Scenes

The artist Shamekh Bluwi draws sketches and fashion illustrations, published daily on his Instagram. Sometimes he cuts inside clothing patterns and juxtaposes his drawings on the landscape, textures or architectural graphics, showing the patterns of the outfits.  
New Google Logo Turned into Functional Search Bar

New Google Logo Turned into Functional Search Bar

Based in Los Angeles, Dana Kim has re-imagined the Google logo into a functional search bar. Simply and effectively, the two “o” are combined and extended in order to create the bar where just type words for search. She also developed the logo on different supports so as to propose a complete visual branding.  
Animal Portraits by Vincent Lagrange

Animal Portraits by Vincent Lagrange

Vincent Lagrange is a Belgian professional photographer specializing in post-production. The artist has developed several series of stunning portraits of animals. Reptiles to cats, here’s a selection of some of his best pieces.  
Dreamy Neon Light Spaces by James Turrell

Dreamy Neon Light Spaces by James Turrell

The work of American artist James Turrell has recently undergone a huge retrospective at the National Gallery of Australia located in Canberra. In a very characteristic way, it immerses voids colored vivid or muted colors lights that immerse the visitor in an atmosphere related to dreams.  
The Wood Batman

The Wood Batman

After its proposed skateboard wood, Mr. Plant (aka Christophe Guinet) collaborated with Warner France and Splendens Factory to make a Batman mask and a suit made of wood. “The bark is the tree that the suit is the superhero. The foam equated with sweetness strengthens the balance that exists between the symbiosis of nature and...
Color Photography by Joel Meyerowitz

Color Photography by Joel Meyerowitz

Photographer Joel Meyerowitz is known for his black and white photographs he was doing until the late 70’s. In 1972 he adopt and color and offer a new vision of “street photography”. Some describe it as the artist who generalized the use of color in photography, whereas until this time some famous photographer such as Henri Cartier-Bresson used...