• Digital Typography 

    Typographic 3D illustrations by London based designer Yenue.

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  • Canned Portraits

    Kim Alsbrooks paints historical portraits on crushed cans, typically depicted straight from 17th to 18th centuries. The portraits colours and content tend to match the cans they’re painted on. 

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  • Happiness is by your side

    Japanese illustrator Maori Sakai creates cute illustrated GIFs out of everyday moments in life. With her unique style, simple animation, and positive outlook, these illustrations give the viewer a little smile during their day. 

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  • Simris

    Swedish design studio Snask created the branding and packaging for the award-winning agribusiness from Sweden’s California.

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  • The International Flag of Planet Earth

    Swedish design student Oskar Pernefeldt for his graduation project has proposed an International Flag for Planet Earth.

    “Current expeditions in outer space use different national flags depending on which country is funding the voyage. The space travelers, however, are more than just representatives of their own countries.

    They are representatives of planet Earth.”

    Awesome. 

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  • Awesome blogs to follow?

    Looking for some new blogs to follow, who’s your favourite?

  • Paris WW2/Modern Day

    After collecting vintage photographs of the Nazi occupation of Paris, french artist Julien Knez decided to visit the locations that were captured in the historic images. The next two months Knez spent around Paris recreating the famous photos from WW2 in front of their modern day counterparts.

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  • Sicily I

    Austrian photographer Lukas Furlan has captured beautiful shots on his recent trip to Sicily.

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  • Save the Children

    Oldie but a goodie, Advertising agency Y&R Mexico created a series of ads for Save the Children to raise awareness of Child abuse. The line reads “70% of abused children turn into abusive adults.” Cannes winner in 2012.

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  • Cinemagraphs

    A collection of beautiful cinemagraphs shot by french photographer Julien Douvier between January and June 2014.

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  • Smith Brothers & Sisters Family Reunion Invitation

    Toronto based design studio Taxi created a custom invitation to celebrate the 75th anniversary of one of their clients parent’s first meeting.

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  • Astrophotography

    Stunning astrophotography by Nick Venton, a photographer based in Jersey, Channel Islands.

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  • Charcoal drawings

    Multidisciplinary artist Levi van Veluw who is based out of the Netherlands creates highly detailed charcoal drawings of abstract images. 

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  • Something for tonight

  • Food cubes

    Dutch newspaper De Volkskrant teamed up with design studio Lernert & Sander to create a miraculous photo of 98 unprocessed foods cut into extremely precise 2.5cm cubes aligned on a staggered grid. The result is amazing.

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  • Wall Gardens hashtags and symbols

    Created by Art We Heart, an LA based art boutique selling limited edition works in Paper, Plants, Cards, Posters and Books. Art We Heart is made up of artists trying to do for people is bring them closer to something, because of course art is about sharing. 

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  • S K Y E P I C

    UK photographer Anthony Robin has captured beautiful landscape photography of Skye, Scotland.

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  • POM POM 

    A fun modern and stylish lingerie brand created by Ukrainian design studio Reynolds and Reyner for a fashion designer from Los Angeles. 

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  • Treats in the Streets

    Jim Bachor is back at it again filling potholes with beautiful tile mosaics.
    This time around Jim has used summer treats to fill the holes.

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