Every year I like to take a few weeks in the summer to completely unplug and travel. This year I’m heading to Asia for three weeks and during this time I won’t be posting. You guys can always visit my archive for over three years of awesome creative work.
As always, when I get back posting and some major updates will be happening, including a newly designed site.
Beautiful restaurant identity by design studio The 6th. The restaurant is mix of old and new: the ambient is old-fashioned, the menu has some classics of the italian homemade revisited with a bit of american taste.
Design studio BVD has created a beautiful and simple brand identity for Aspira Urval. Aspira Urval is a banking, finance and insurance recruitment specialist with offices in the Swedish city of Stockholm.
Irish designer Joseph Walsh creates one of a kind and limited edition pieces out of wood. The piece above is large, free form sculpture made from layers of ash, spiralling upwards from floor to ceiling. Emerging out of a desk form, the sculptural work expands outwards to wrap the entire one-roomed space of the Artists’ House, coming to rest with a large shelf hanging on the side wall of the gallery.
Crafty new campaign for Denver Water created by advertising agency Sukle. The agency used diverse materials such as colored pencils, Post-it notes, clay, crushed soda cans, Legos, yarn and string to create 10 original piece of art. Each depicts water in various forms, such as drops, splashes, cascades, showers and spray.
Beautiful branding created by design studio Mast for Ashlee Renee. their styling offering is based around vintage cuts with contemporary interpretations. Mast paralleled her branding and identity with this same design sense. The mark itself is based around the idea of your stylist being the “little bird in your ear” giving you guidance to look your best.
German street artist Kim Köster spray paints quirky monsters onto adandoned buildings in derelict warehouse sites outside of Berlin. Köster is now turning these works into an interactive children’s picture book called Monzter that gives kids a chance to play with these colorful creatures without having to wander into any creepy buildings.
Photographer Jane Qing has taken photos of a lost village on the beautiful archipelago. Shengsi, an archipelago of almost 400 islands at the mouth of China’s Yangtze river, holds a secret shrouded in time – an abandoned fishing village being reclaimed by nature.
Tennessee-based photographer Emily Blincoe creates beautifully arranged natural colour gradient collections of objects. Ranging from Rocks, cereal and even trash, Emily creates colourful compositions that are simply awesome.