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.
“Amado” by Hyatt is an artisanal Mexican bakery, offering typical and regional candies which are unique by their vivid colors and various textures. Studio Anagrama, whose we have already talked about, got busy inventing their packagings and branding by getting inspired by the architect Luis Barragán’s modern style, the classico-romantism of poet Amado Nervo and the vivid palette of their candies.
Zhou Hongtao is a designer, artist and researcher working in the interdisciplinary areas of furniture design, sculptural installation and architecture. “Textscapes” merges font design with 3D printing to generate 3D documents which the reading process become an interactive and artistic experience not only for the general audience but blind individual as well.
She already has impressed us with her paper birds‘ sculptures and it seems like Colombian artist Diana Beltran Herrera isn’t done to surprise us. She has just completed the project “Bird Stamps from all around the world”, gathering stamps which show birds from Brazil, Colombia and Portugal, the whole in relief.
For 10 years, the series Friends held spellbound millions of fans. The studio Re:design composed of Eurydyka Kata and Rafał Szczawiński wished to honor the TV Show by creating a set of 236 icons grouped on a single poster. Each icon captures the essence of the most important moments of each episode. To discover.
When we reached a speed of 88 miles per hour, there is always a before and an after. In between, you time travel. Here is a series of poster produced by Andy Fairhurst and perfectly freezes the moment sacred in the trilogy Back to the Future. Entitled “88mph Trilogy”, the posters symbolize the paths taken by the Dolorean, start and finish.
Berlin-based designer Daniel Ramirez Perez has created this very beautiful calendar for the year 2015. Many colors and dripping, organic or geometric shapes inspired by Scandinavian design pass throughout the 12 months. This calendar is available on his online shop. Find out more in the gallery.
Nick Barclay, whose we already talked about, has designed a series of posters to show the different symptoms of depression : isolation, withdrawal, dread, hope, clarity, then confusion. He used straight or circular lines in black and green to illustrate each sign. Find out more in the gallery.
In the occasion of an exhibition in Venise focusing on cities and inhabitants identity, digital artist Istvan has created a series of posters illustrating big cities seen from the sky and the influences they have on the surrounding environment. We can find this artwork for New-York, Paris and even Beijing or Tokyo. Find out more in the gallery.
Maksim Zavialov posted on his Instagram account interesting juxtapositions of photos taken with Polaroid films that he re-captures with his iPhone on backgrounds or places that match. Landscapes of Russia are showed through a mise en abime mixing digital and film. According to him, “even in the same place, something new is always happening”.
Concepción Studios, a California-based studio known for its music bands’ posters, has designed minimalist and retro posters representing 5 movies of Wes Anderson with symbols : we can see for instance the letters exchange in Moonrise Kingdom, the tennis field where Richie Tenenbaum loses and also Steve Zissou’s submarine in The Life Aquatic. You can order these on their shop Etsy.