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The Elaborate Bone Sculptures of Jennifer Trask

The Elaborate Bone Sculptures of Jennifer Trask
New York artist Jennifer Trask has a decidedly unconventional taste in media when it comes to her carved sculptures. While most in her industry forge their reputations from stone, metal and clay, Jennifer has done so...Continue to Full Article

Urban Abstract Photos by Serge Najjar

Urban Abstract Photos by Serge Najjar
Lebanese photographer Serge Najjar explores the essence of urban living in A Thin Line - a series of images celebrating his hometown of Beirut. Najar's work is underscored by a notably abstract aesthetic. By focusing...Continue to Full Article

The History Behind the Samsung Logo

The History Behind the Samsung Logo

Samsung is one of the world's top producers of cutting edge electronics. The company's understated wordmark appears on millions of electronic devices and is recognized worldwide. And yet, given that the establishment...

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Martin Sati's Sensational Vector Art

Martin Sati's Sensational Vector Art
Martin Satí is a design firm from Seville that is earning worldwide recognition for its elaborate illustrations. The firm is headed by J.R. Martin, a graphic designer who studied Fine Art and creates much of the...Continue to Full Article

Sagmeister and Walsh Translate 2D Pop Art to 3D Reality

Sagmeister and Walsh Translate 2D Pop Art to 3D Reality
Creative agency Sagmeister & Walsh has brought pop art to life in this series of images that simulate vintage printing methods to promote a department store in their Aizone campaign. The use of vibrant colors...Continue to Full Article

Hingston Studio Brings Branding to Life with Ampersand Building Lobby

Hingston Studio Ampersand Building
In perhaps one of the most complete and novel displays of fusion between branding and architecture, UK creative firm Hingston Studio was commissioned by London's Ampersand Building to design a logo. The clean and...Continue to Full Article

Paperholm: A Paper Metropolis by Charles Young

Paperholm: A Paper Metropolis by Charles Young
Paperholm is a sprawling miniature paper city designed and produced by Edinburgh artist Charles Young. Leveraging a wide palette of municipal design elements, including trees, kiosks, working garages/elevators, etc,...Continue to Full Article

KAOS Temple and the Geometric Imagination of Okuda

KAOS Temple and the Geometric Imagination of Okuda
Madrid street artist/sculptor Okuda San Miguel is a force to be reckoned with in the world of large scale art, murals and installation art. Never content to simply coat his canvases with his vibrant motifs of...Continue to Full Article

The Amazing Animated GIFs of George Redhawk

The Amazing Animated GIFs of George Redhawk
"The World Through My Eyes" is an incredible collection of animated GIFs put into motion by artist George Redhawk. His dynamic take on some of the internet's most stirring images is mesmerising to behold on it's own....Continue to Full Article

History of The Rolls Royce Logo

History of The Rolls Royce Logo

While many brands have attained global recognition, few enjoy a reputation for quality and luxury quite like Rolls-Royce. The history of this incredible brand begins with a tale of an unlikely partnership - two men...

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PIGMENT: Stunning Art Supply Shop in Japan by Terrada

PIGMENT: Stunning Art Supply Shop in Japan by Terrada
Japanese design firm TERRADA has opened PIGMENT - an art supply laboratory in the Shinagawa area of Tokyo. A far cry from your average, utilitarian paint shop, the project stands as a monument to modern artistry and...Continue to Full Article

Industrial Design Students Reinvent the Pencil

Industrial Design Students Reinvent the Pencil

Holon Institute of Technology (HIT) designers Luka Or and Keren Tomer asked their students to reinvent one of the world's most ubiquitous drawing tools. Not since its invention in 1564 has the humble pencil received...

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