Brand design Triangle Studio has developed a visual identity featuring an interesting corporate identity and style guide. On a blue and white leaflet the studio has work on experimental black and white typography. Find out more in the gallery.
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.
The German architecture studio Nickisch Sano Walder Architekten deconstructed wooden alpine hut to recreate a concrete shelter with the same shape than its predecessor. A Molding of the old building has been done to create the new frame. Modern concrete makes a beautiful tribute to the nobility of wood.
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.
The two designers of the studio Sven Gabriel had the idea to create a skateboard made with a simple piece of wood, by adding the wheels and screws. The “Förster Skateboard” is thiner and more sharp than a traditional board. The outlines are made of tree’s bark. This beautiful board is to discover in images plus a video in the gallery.
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”.
The Italian-Argentine designer Emilio Sansolini honors the greatest football club in the world with a series of illustrations that reinvented their jerseys in a vintage and minimalist style. All that clutters and pollutes usually a jersey has disappeared, giving way to a minimum. Real Madrid to PSG through Manchester City, here is a series that will delight all football fans.
Time Travel is a series by photographer Flora Borsi. She integrated herself with a digital camera and a smartphone in a collection of black and white pictures showing icons such as Marilyn Monroe, the Beatles and Andy Warhol. Through anachronisms, she asks how would be this era if the fans had our technological ressources.