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.
Hyrule Foundry created all of the original Legend of Zelda Quest items. Finally something 3-D printed I can stand behind that isn’t a gun.
There are few things I love more than a good cup of coffee. Take this Coffee Stain Portrait of Jay Chou for example.
Disney and IMAX debuted comic book and commercial artist Jock’s Iron Man 3 poster. It’s part of IMAX’s “12:01″ series which will be handed out to midnight movie goers.
Who says Legos are just for kids? New York designer Mike Doyal is working on a series of AMAZING sculptures made out of Legos in Denmark.
Remember those Little Golden Books your mom use to read to you before bed? Well, animator Joebot created a few of his own using popular video games: Bioshock, Portal, and Skyrim.
The featured artist this week is 24-year old abstract painter and teacher Rachel Reinert. Her work has been sold internationally, as well as to the public and even private venues.