Month: March 2016

bauhaus and capoeira photoshoot

Sportswear Photoshoot GIFs Exploring Motion And Muscle

Sleek digital cuts and crafty GIF edits manipulate and shake the action-packed, collaborative photo-series, entitled ‘bauhaus and capoeira’. Together In collaboration with Schön! magazine, photographer Pierre Manning, graphic designer Patrick Seymour and gif artist Marc-Antoine Jacques produced the series of altered photos and animated GIF’s ‘exploring the strenuous lines of muscles’. With styling from Bianca Di Blasio Dulcedo, the online editorial showcases bodies in …

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Pasha Bumazhniy - We are not crocodiles?

Pop Punk Folk Art Made From Recycled Cardboard

Pasha Bumazhniy adorns otherwise useless discarded cardboard with otherworldly, oddball creatures – turning trash into art. The cast of animals, monsters, shapes and squiggles, called ‘PL Friends’, were created by Russian painter and illustrator Pasha Bumazhniy. She describes the aesthetic of the series as ‘poppunk art’ and says that the ‘main idea is to give second chance …

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Meikme - Three Little Pigs T-Shirt

Classic Children’s Tales Made Minimal For Meikme

A set of neat, minimal designs based on classic children’s literature have been produced for a series of promotional t-shirts and printed posters. Digital artists over at Spanish graphic and type studio, Atipo, created the graphics for children’s app developers, Meikme. The concept was to create ‘simple versions of classic tales. The minimal designs distil the …

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Geometrie #3 Minimal Urban Photography

Paolo Pettigiani’s Minimal Urban Photography

Paolo Pettigiani’s starkly minimal photography captures the angles, detailing and textures of contemporary Dutch and Italian Architecture. Turin-based photographer and graphic designer Paolo Pettigiani graduated in ‘visual design and communication’ at Politecnico di Torino and through his academically informed photographic series ‘Geometrie’, he presents architecture in a context where shapes ‘become a way to explore the space’ …

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Kärt Einasto Pattern

Kärt Einasto’s Subtly Psychedelic Digital Illustrations

Kärt Einasto fills characters, bizzaro spheres and odd squiggles with brightly coloured gradients in his abstract, trippy renderings. Kärt Einasto is an independent illustrator and graphic designer based in Tallinn, Estonia who shares his digital illustration experiments and work-in-progress shots online. His latest posts include three subtly psychedelic, square framed images desscribed as ‘experiments with patterns and gradients’. Brightly coloured …

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Noir Chen - D-D Play

D-D Play Reimagines And Animates The Calender App

D-D Play or Day-Day Play, is an app concept that reimagines android and iOS calendars, delivering cutesy, date-aware animations integrated on-screen. Motion graphics professional Noir Chen, who is chief art director at the Beijing-based Ya lab, conceived D-D Play and created a series of animated GIFs demonstrating how it might function. He says that the app delivers ‘an …

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Tokyo by Franck Bohbot

Photographer Franck Bohbot Captures Tokyo At Night

Through ‘Tokyo Murmurings’, the nightime photographic series captured by New York-based Franck Bohbot, we discover that Tokyo rests, but never sleeps. In profiling the Japanese capitals streets, bars, shops and discotheques at night, Bohbot says that he discovered the city’s ‘whispers, its secret passages’ and became immersed in ‘oversized typography and images of childhood heroes decorating vertiginous walls’. In his …

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Retro Apple Logo Lego Edit

9 Creative Logo Edit Projects

We catalogued nine on-point graphic design projects that take famous logos and morph them in creative, witty, interesting and satirical ways. Using anti-capitalist humour, applied art theory and sharp digital art skills, the graphic designers and illustrators behind the logo edit projects that we’ve catalogued cleverly play with ideas of corporate norms and consumer expectations. The nine …

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Science Kombat Video Game

‘Science Kombat’ imagines A 16-Bit Fighter With Einstein

Pixel art animations created for new browser-based fighter ‘Science Kombat’ supercharge histories greatest minds and pits them against each other. The visuals were developed for Superinteressante magazine by Diego Sanches, who was tasked with making conceptual links between each characters abilities and ‘his or her discoveries and inventions’. The games cast, created by the Brazilian …

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Destroying Nature Is Destoying Life Poster Series

Powerful Eco-Art – Destroying Nature Is Destroying Life

Digital art studio Illusion CGI created the powerful poster series ‘Destroying nature is destroying life’ for environmental activist group Robin Wood. On assignment to help Robin Wood, the environmental activists, Bangkok-based Illusion created three powerful full CG visuals to ‘raise public awareness of the ongoing destruction of animals’ natural habitats’. The striking concept devised by Grabarz & Partner plays on …

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