Archive for the ‘Design’ Category
Amazing portraits photographed and deconstructed by Lucas Simões
By Leeds based artist Kirsty Ware, is a beautiful installation consisting of 1000 illuminated paper cranes.
By Marcus Tremento
The Canadian Animal Series began in 1960 when the province of Manitoba sponsored a Canadian souvenir competition in anticipation of the national centennial in 1967. Industrial designer Lawrie McIntosh entered and won the competition with a series of animal figures that were created by folded sheets of vinyl. Larger copper versions of the award-winning animals were sold across Canada throughout the 1970s, selling over 1000 units.
Four decades later, a third series of animals is now available. This series can be purchased as a PDF file that is printed at home on card stock and then folded and glued by the user. Series 3 celebrates the fiftieth anniversary of this award-winning design.
Cool business cards from Gitam BBDO Israel.
Cardboard Heaven by Nina Lindgren
“When it comes to arts and depicting it is an unsurpassed freedom to be able to bend and govern over what otherwise are rules and regulations. I search for sudden glimpses of unreality: preferably unforeseen and unpredictable to make virtual both real and pretended. If I draw a house balancing on one tiny piece of plank it will never fall, unless I want it to. In these own worlds you are the one to decide what reality is and what to be part of another’s consciousness.”
Business cards for Glammer Education Institute of Hair Design.
Really interesting work over at the portfolio of Hattie Newman (London).
Her passion for the precise and her background in the design of textile patterns have combined to make Julene’s style of paper-cutting an ‘overnight’ success.
Stop thinking it is forbidden to write on the walls. With these funny wallpapers designed by parisian studio 5.5 designers, the whole house becomes a giant playground…
For a student project, Yunyeen Yong created a set of fruit-themed juice boxes for a fictional fruit juice company called “Jooze.”