Ever scribbled on a piece of paper only to find your doodle begins to look like a familiar face? I like to think that artist Vince Low did that with his series Faces
Most people know Nicolas Cage from movies like Broken Arrow, Face Off, and National Treasure. Thanks to the Internet, we now have yet another Nicolas Cage type meme we can embrace. Nicolas Cage as your favorite Disney Princesses.
Let’s face it, you hear Marc Jacobs and are probably confused at who he is. Your significant other is more likely to know, seeing as he is well known in the fashion world.
These Star Charts from the collective Dorothy are whimsical, full of history, and all together just a pretty cool piece of wall art. There are two options for the charts, both of which are based on the same idea.
You ever look back at the cartoons you use to watch and wonder what those characters would look like as adults? Well feast your eyes on a few of your favorite Sunday morning cartoon figures as they’re conceptualized as adults.
The Núvol Lamp is a lamp designed for indoor use made from opalescent acrylic pieces. It emits a soft glowing light that when combined in groups gives you the sense of light beaming through clouds.
There’s just something about a visual inventory that pleases me. French graphic designer Alizée Lafon takes this concept and applies them to various Movie & TV classics: Pulp Fiction, 007, Mad Men, and more.
Italy based-artist Giulia Pex manipulates photos of her father in, ‘Dad, you are my favourite superhero’. In this playful series, Pex doodles overtop of the photos to represent how she sees him, a bad-ass superhero!
Recently Google honored graphic designer and Academy Award winning filmmaker, Saul Bass. He was able to turn simple ideas into great designs and later, using a universal language of imagery, a message.