The Surface Student Creative Contest continues : until the 13th april, vote for your favorite diptych.Waiting for the announce of the big winner, here are 9 amazing illustrations and pictures selected by Fubiz, among the rich and numerous submissions of this contest. And if you want to participate, there are only 10 days left.
Based in Toronto, studio Cube Works makes portraits, wall frescos and sculptures of Rubik’s Cube. They’re inspired by pop-art, video games such as Mario Kart but also popular icons such as Steve Jobs, the Beatles and Marilyn Monroe. A selection of their work is available in the gallery.
Florian Looij is a young Dutch designer. Since the age of 12, the artist uses Photoshop as his primary way of expression. After studying the animation and illustration, he has launched a Tumblr called FLRN GIF with which he everyday posts digital works playing with optical illusions.
Jonathan Calugi is an Italian illustrator specializing in typography. After working with clients such as Nike and Uniqlo, the artist presents his work for the Dubai Expo 2020 in which he imagined a typography which, based on characters, reminisces the smooth movements of Yoga.
Samuli Heimonen is a Finnish artist. Through his surrealist paintings, he explores the big questions of humanity, using metaphor and his love for animals and nature as a way to tell the story.
Discover the ultra colorful clip of Jack and the Giant from A Love Like Pi. Created by the designer based in Seattle, Kim Pimmel, the video was essentially produced with simple household products such as food coloring, soap and water.
The new Canadian event agency, Wildfire Experiential and Events, and its founders Kelly Thorpe and Bianca Knop asked the marketing firm Cossette to realize the visual identity of their brand. The result is an “interactive” business card that can start a fire with a scratch match as a beautiful metaphor.
Australian street artist Fintan Magee just completed a new gigantic work in the streets of Dunedin in New Zealand. Another piece that shows three of his iconic characters trying to catch the clouds.
The Australian artist Samantha Everton worked with the architectural firm Kavellaris Urban Design to create the façade of this new building in Melbourne. The building called “2 Girls” is covered with the photographic work “Masquerade” taken from her series “Vintage Dolls”.
Zim & Zou is a French graphic designer duo based in Lorraine and specialized in paper art. Here’s a print campaign initiated by the Ogilvy agency on behalf of the brand IBM. Paper works were photographed by Fabrice Fouillet.
Baptized Rainworks the invisible art of the Seattle-based artist Peregrine Church began appearing last year. Each installation is made from an environmentally friendly water-repellent coating that can lasts from four months to one year. Seeing this material used on clothes, the native of Seattle had the idea to spread it on the ground to reveal his works under the rain.
The digital artist based in Los Angeles, Anthony Gargasz, presents its new collection of digital works called “Metallic Faces”. Anthony follows exactly the same artistic progression as a painter unlike that its tools are a keyboard, a mouse and graphics tablet.
Based in São Paulo, artist Ana Strumpf is the author of the series “Re.Cover” in which she customizes in her way magazine covers such as W, Interview, Dazed & Confused, Esquire, Vogue and also I-D. With Sharpie and DecoColor pens, she draws on models’ bodies, well-known faces of actors, musicians and sportive or politic icons.
Julia Geiser is an artist who lives and works in Switzerland. Specializing in photography, she has recently published a new series of collages. She had fun retouching old shots to insert colors, giving a different and refreshing aspect to the original works.
Berlin-based painter Deenesh Ghyczy paints oil canvas representing realistic portraits seen through the lens of a deforming and splitting mirror. He multiplies faces in order to understand better each parts of the models’ identity. His series “Vacum Space” and “Echo Vision” are to discover.