Like the designers of The Distillery, creative Mou Hitotsu no Kenkyujo has imagined a series of tiny flip-books which animate little animals laser-cut in the paper or which let secret compartiments appear when we pass the pages rapidly. To discover in images and in video.
“Mother Book” is a pregnancy calendar created by Japanese ad agency Dentsu Nagoya to promote pharmaceutical company Bell-Net Obstetrics. This book details week after week the evolution of the pregnancy by visuals and paper sculptures showing the mother’s belly and breast taking relief more and more as the pages pass. The campaign encourages mothers to write their personal feelings during 40 weeks and to offer the book to their child.
Kai & Sunny are a creative duo based in London. Together, they create intricate, nature inspired screen prints on a variety of media. For their next exhibition at Jonathan Levine Gallery, “Lots of Star Bits of”, Kai & Sunny will debut new prints with unreal geometrical patterns exposing our misconceptions of the world around us.
Historic Robotic Spacecraft Poster Series is a Kickstarter project submitted by the store t-shirts online Chopshopstore. This project aims to finance the production of three screen-printed posters celebrating the most popular and most notable interplanetary robotic space missions. To discover.
Japanese artist Tomoko Takeda transforms books and literature into real pieces of art, in his series “Story Fragments”. He digs, carves and layered inside the pages of literature classics : Lewis Carroll, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry or also Jules Verne. Each sculpture echoes the story or the themes told in the books, on the principle that we “make books not to read, but to enjoy looking at”.
We had already spoke about him, The bike enthusiast and artist Thomas Yang come back with new print again and again in the glory of two wheels. This time, it comes with quotes from cycling lovers. Quotes that, once assembled, draw the outline of a bicycle and its rider who proudly pedal without hands. To discover.
Student in a design School in Switzerland, Travis Purrington has reimagined American bills by thinking to our modern codes under three angles : science, architecture and exploration. From the bill 5$ to the 100$, Abraham Lincoln, Alexander Hamilton, Andrew Jackson and Ulysses S. Grant are replaced by astronomy’s photos, anatomy’s images and nanotechnologie’s hommages.
Designer Nick Barclay has decided to pay tribute to cities and their 3 matching colors through his posters’ series Three Colors Cities. For the city of New York, the yellow recalls the taxi’s colors, the green is for the Statue of Liberty and the grey reminds us of skyscrapers. On the London poster, we find the red of buses and phone boxes. We let you guess the colors’ palettes for the rest of the cities.
French design studio Les Produits De L’épicerie has collaborated with photographer Ludovic Florent to make the season 2014-15′s documents for the Arts Center La Rose Des Vents in Lille, France. From the underwater portraits of Ludovic Florent, those designers have thought posters, catalogues and a whole art direction, from the characters’ title to the graphic design.
Polish designers For Brands wanted to pay tribute to Danish architects Arne Jacobsen and Poul Henningsen through two black and white posters. The originality of these posters is in the fact that the portraits are made from letters : the initials of the two architects, AJ and PH. Available in limited edition, to discover in images.
Represented by Agence VU, French artist Maia Flore, whose we already have talked about for her series Big Head Poetry, has collaborated with different magazines such as Kinfolk or Le M for editorials and her universe continues to impress us through her latest personal series (“Adventures”), like her older series (“Situations”).
Based in Buenos Aires, art director Alexandre Tissier has imagined a series of prints for the new campaign “Fiction Meets Fiction” of LEGO. From portmanteau words, he combines for each poster two pop culture characters, it gives : Batkid, Spider Bond and Homerine. Find out more in the gallery.