Published by Stijn Vanderhaeghe and made by designer Tim Bisschop, the pop up book “Het Zilte Westen” is an ode to the flemish culture with drawings, photos, caricatures and poems of various writers and artists. The book begins with a paper sculpture created by Wim Opbrouck. You can order an edition here.
After his video Inside Me, artist Dmitry Zakharov comes back with the project “Creatures, Gods and Architectures”. In black and white, he has captured photos of a climbing trip with a kaleidoscopic effect. This work combines parts of rocks’ structures and human parts where we can guess a few tattoos.
Here is a series of illustrations created by the London-based graphic designer Joshua Clarke. Entitled “New Icons of London”, the series offers a colorized and minimalist version of the great iconic buildings of the Britannic capital, namely the tower The Shard, London Salesforce Tower, or the 30 St Mary Axe commonly called the Gherkin.
Made Thought and FIELD have imagined together the new spot and prints of Adidas Spring/Summer 2015 campaign “Adidas by Stella McCartney Barricade”. Danish tenniswoman Caroline Wozniacki and her game find themselves highlighted by little animated lines that follow every moves she makes.
For Hermès Maison Shanghai, French artists Zim & Zou, that we’ve talked about here, have worked during 3 months on the creation of vitrines inspired by “cabinets de curiosités” that we can see in Natural History Museum. All in paper and leather, the installation “Museum of Supernatural History” gathers animals around two themes : “Air and water” and “Earth”.
Located in Budapest, Next Ship is a communication and design agency specialized in brand design. In order to promote and illustrate the new collection of tulle made by Kaza Concrete, studio made a series of creative graphic posters. Polygonal shapes, geometric patterns and subtle 3D effects on grey background are to discover in the following.
As part of editorial works for news paper such as “El Mundo”, artist Dani Aristizabal has created these 3D artworks inspired by graphic and colorful Memphis style. In these playful stills, eggs are the main creation subject and the artist amuses himself creating patterned shells. To discover in images.
Netherlands-based designer José Bernabé made the alphabet Chemical Cloud which takes Sans Serif typography by adding comfy clouds all around the letters. By playing with Photoshop brushes, he managed to create a cloud-like pattern filled by gradient colors. A fascinating alphabet, to discover.
As part of his interesting project “Progress Before Perfection”, Joey Camacho reveals here one of his last digital abstract creations, depicting aesthetic organic elements. From the realistic to the most conceptual, his art is perfectly made, inviting the viewer to contemplate all the details during a long moment. More below.
For Maison et Objet Salon 2015, Japanese studio Nendo a conçu ChocolaTexture : 9 chocolate squares with geometric, graphic and very various forms. Each chocolate is named after Japanese expressions of textures and determines our taste. More infos on textures and chocolates are to read in the next part of the article.