Renowned graphic designer and illustrator Adrian Johnson is preparing to showcase a series of Classic Camera prints at London’s Kemistry Gallery. The collection is based in iconic vintage cameras like the Leica, Hassleblad and Polaroid. The show runs until this Saturday, July, 27th.
Peter Han is an exceptional art instructor that teaches the art if drawing via chalk. Watch as he describes how his “dynamic sketching” is a full body workout that communicates drawing shapes in ways that traditional pencil and paper cannot.
Austrian graphic designer Marion Luttenberger decided to take his fontmaking skills into real world scenarios thanks to random everyday items like bacon, grocery aisle boxes, and meticulous water beads. The inventive creative uses each to depict a unique set of letters and phrases.
The Mustard creative squad (known for designing all sorts of quirky products and novelty items) is at it again with a brilliant play on political words and figures. Presenting the War on Error army men erasersa funky remake of the popular plastic army toys that have been popular for ages.
Artist Darren Goins is proposing the creation of a rather healthconscious public sculpture. Expected to be built in Queens, New York City, the “Flexible” installation will feature three sculptures that invite passerbys to physically explore them. The project is a collaboration between the artist, the Department of Transportation New York City Urban Art Program and the Boys and Girls Clubs of Astoria and Sunnyside. But it isn’t completely funded yet. You can help its Kickstarter right here.
Portuguese graphic designer Danny Ivan enjoys playing with perspectives and color. His “Cubes” series makes use of both elements to really warp and create untamed and erratic beauty. Take a second to enjoy the tranceinducing visuals. No trippy treats necessary!
Meet Brandon Holstein a purveyor of California’s fine motorcycle scene and check out the following piece to learn about his custom entry into the fifth annual Born Free gathering happening June, 29th. The short follows Holstein in his own California shop, Brawny Built, as he describes the history, details, and passion that go into completing an ambitious project like this. FTW. Forever. Two. Wheels.
Italianborn motorcycle company, Vespa, celebrates its 70year history by teaming up with French creative agency NOMOON to draft up a visual retrospective. The result is an animated piece that highlights the company’s models and designs (including a brief stint with automobiles) from as far back as 1943 to today.
The dog food champions at Purina have teamed up with creative agency Publicis Bogota to present a rather interesting campaign about dog nutrition. The result is a series of humorous (or serious, depending on your perspective) photos that depict dogs as actual trashcans. Its message is “stop treating your dog like a trashcan”. If you love your fourlegged friend you’ll listen and feed them the right stuff, not leftovers.
French graphic designer Alizée Lafon decided to toy with a few iconic films by creating a series of “Movie Hipster Kit” illustrations. Her goal was to present cult classics like Pulp Fiction and The Big Lebowski with just the use of illustrated items from the film or franchise. We think she illustrates his points rather well. Check out the entire kit gallery here.