Here is a series of miniature paper sculptures created by Indian artist Parth Kothekar. To achieve these adorable miniature animals, the artist draws the shapes by hand with a pencil and just cut them using a box cutter. A manual and very precise work to discover in the gallery.
Using paper and his expert hands, the artist PaperWolf whose real name is Wolfram Kampffmeyer manufactures small animals with great sensitivity. As toys or taxidermy trophies, these creations are available in different colors and bring a delicate and childish touch at home. To discover in images.
For Iron Mountain brand’s communication, Velocity agency accompanied by the Papercraft artist Lobulo have created a fun and playful video where paper models come alive on colored backgrounds with mechanism arranged by the team. A video produced by Sebas and Clim to discover with the making of below.
Mues Design is a French studio that design stunning colorful wallpapers for lunatic interiors. Bespoke creations, wall decor, the range of graphics and themes proposed by the studio varies according to the taste. Gradients walls, facades with ananas, holographic room. More details in images.
Au Prints is a series of posters and illustrations made by artist Teresa Esgaio. “Au” is the symbol for gold in the periodic table of chemical elements, so she applied manually gold ink’s touches in the middle of drawings that adapt original artworks showing events from the past. Available in limited edition, at 100 copies, to discover.
London-based artist Victoria Bee designed “A little treat for you,” a typographic sculpture with letters and colors featuring different contours embellished with cut paper, collage and foam supports. A beautiful handmade graphic composition work which remind of Tyrsa‘s work. To discover with the making-of.
Italian illustrator SHOUT (also known as Alessandro Gottardo) works for print editorials and magazines’ covers. On the upcoming 25th October, he will release his book “On Shout”, at 279Editions : a compilation of 141 illustrations made from 2010 to 2014. A selection of his work is available in the gallery.
For the second year running, is proposed on the websiteCircular Calendar as the name indicate it, a circular calendar enabling a better visualization of calendar weeks, daily sun, moon cycles, summer and winter solstices, spring and autumn equinox. Really closed to the fried egg graphism, this calendar is a beautiful allegory of years running repeatedly, perpetual cycle of going in circles time.
For this best-of of October, we have thought about gathering for you the best of the LEGO inspiration : a universe made of bricks and little yellow characters that have certainly taken your time during your youth afternoons. Since, they didn’t stop influencing creation, even for the most adult : staged scenes made up by photographers, tables and bridges built by designers and architects, and also amazing sculptures created by artists.
Little focus on graphic posters created by german graphic designer Timo Lenzen. These posters in black and white look different from each other but the personal touch of the artist give to the all series beautiful consistency. Contemporary still life and abstract graphics are to be discovered in the following.
The Key Art Awards rewards trailers, teasers but also movie posters that we have seen all year long on the Internet, billboards’ ads, magazines and in the subway. Here’s the finalists’ list (announced on 6th October) for the posters and print category : from Fury to Gravity, through Godzilla, Nebraska and Hunger Games. Winners will be revealed during a ceremony on 23rd October in Hollywood.