English artist Kelly McLaughlan draws on antique dictionary pages from the 1800s. She illustrates these pages with humanized animals drawings, wearing elegant period costumes. The combination between words and illustrations give to prints a poetic vintage charm.
London-based organization 28 Too Many and UK agency Ogilvy released a campaign to fight against female genital mutilations. Through bloody flags sewn like a female sex, the campaign “It Happens Here” wants to denounce the fact that these kinds of practices also happen in European countries.
Young Austrian graphic designer and art director Maximilian Mauracher imagined what would be a MacBook and the Internet in a magazine version. Through 70 pages of screenshots, we can see the collection “Cutter the Internet” by fashion designer Eva Zar, based in Vienna. This work mixes smartly two areas a priori opposite : the print and the digital.
Russian conception agency Eskimo has created the visual identity of Boid Magazine. The concept is based on a medieval legend, where a black dragon protects a big bank. The golden touch refer to gold and fire. As for materials, the objects are made of deep black leather, textured cardboards and felt. To discover through Anatoly Vassiliev’s photographs.
Graphic designer Mainger is the author of the project Cine-Hipsters in which he shares logos of famous movies and TV shows revisited in a more retro-hipster style : from Scarface to Pulp Fiction through Clockwork Orange, Back to the Future, True Detective, Lost, Dexter and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
Moleskine commissioned the director Rogier Wieland for their limited edition collection of notebooks “Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland”. He staged a real bunny in the middle of handmade paper decors that retake the fantasy world of Lewis Carroll’s famous fairytale : the tea scene, the changing sizes of the animal, the roses-ladies and Mad Hatter’s hat.
To educate kids and teach them where do books come from, publisher Pequeno Editor and agency FCB Beunos Aires have co-created a collection of eco-friendly books that can be replanted and return to a tree after the reading. The “Tree Book Tree” is a book with a free-acid paper and ecological ink which pages contain jacarandas seeds that grow up, once they’re planted.
Russian artist and graphic designer Evgeny Kazantsev was commissioned in 2013 by the agency Bang! Bang! in order to make illustrations for the insurance company’s calendar of Gefest. “Cataclysm Happens” shows natural disasters through the world : the ice melting, earthquakes, climates changes and tsunamis where people must survive despite the turbulences.
In the occasion of its twentieth anniversary, Getty images has released a series of advertising prints tracing in images the last 20 years of four celebrities such as Prince Harry or Scarlett Johansson. Imagined by AlmapBBDO agency, these posters are a beautiful way to celebrate the image bank.
Designer and architect Gaetano Pesce is the author of a chairs and armchairs collection named “Montanara” and designed a few years ago. These chairs have been thought to bring a little of nature and freshness into the living rooms with their printing of mountains, lakes, waterfalls and trees.