You will never look at coffee stains the same way again. They will no longer be problems in the form of brown blobs, but an opportunity for your imagination to run wild — well that’s how designer Stefan Kuhnigk sees it.
There are more than 485 of these little Monsters to date. You can visit them in their natural habitat by just clicking here
George Widener is an extraordinary artist. Widener is autistic with savant syndrome. He has demonstrated phenomenal abilities with regards to numerical computation, far beyond what is to be considered normal.
At age 18, George Widener joined the army intelligence, based in West Germany, using his pattern recognition skills to analyse photos from the Stasi and the KGB. Later he attempted to study engineering but was unable to cope as he was overwhelmed by historical dates. Semi-professional gambling would be his next occupation, winning him thousands of dollars from casinos. However, it was not until he was exposed to the art world that he found true fulfilment.
Widener is an extremely accurate super-computer. He obsessively analyses historical events, particularly catastrophes. Widener then interprets his idea of the structure of the world through large-scale calendars, mazes and diagrams. In finding patterns in historical events, he attempts to predict future happenings.
Apart from being a fascinating human, his work is incredibly aesthetic. The intriguing hand drawn figures, diagrams and typography come together to form beautiful art pieces and have caught the attention of the critics. George Widener is currently exhibiting his work at the exhibition Save the World at Art et Marges in Brussels.
Katie and Joe are a husband and wife photography team who have mastered minimalism. Their photographs are filled with a generous honesty. The couple are currently based in Portland, Oregon. Their work can be found in magazines such as Liner, Atlas, Material Girl, Zeum, and Cake.
We love the striking gazes, the subtleties and the muted tones they are able to capture with their lenses. Check out this beautiful couple’s work at www.katieandjoe.co
Juliette Barbanegre’s sensitive illustrations are eerie yet simply magical. Her bold use of colour and beautifully detailed scenes seduce the viewer into another world.
Inverted Heads (les têtes Interverties) speaks of a woman with two inseparable lovers and is inspired by an ancient Hindu tale. You can find more of her enchanting work here.
CreativeMornings is a breakfast lecture series for the creative community.
This month our theme is Transparency and we’re letting Simon Dingle do the talking.
Simon is a broadcaster and designer who believes we’re doing money wrong and is trying to fix it. He hosts a weekly radio show about technology on 5FM and previously directed product design at Curve (London), BitX (Singapore), and 22seven (Cape Town). He is an advisor to AlphaCode at Rand Merchant Holdings and a small group of clients through his company Phantom Design. When not writing about himself in the third person Simon speaks anywhere people will allow him to about tech, and the future of money and human trust.
Grab your ticket here – https://creativemornings.com/talks/transparency-with-simon-dingle
Instead of sippin’ lattes while doodling away, Stephen Lund works up a good sweat to create these “GPS Doodles”. Pedalling an average of 70 kilometres in a day for a single design, these doodles really do take viewers on a journey. Check out a selection of his work below, a handful of the 70 doodles he completed last year. (via Booooooom)
Who needs stationery when you can have candy, everywhere! The designers from Food&Event had a lot of fun brightening and sweetening up the office with a good dash of sugar. Nicework’s sweet tooth is watering. (via Fubiz)
Nothing is as sweet as a well communicated brand. Take a look at Nicework’s secret recipe.
The ADIDAS 3D printed shoe, espescially made for you, me and everybody. CHECK IT OUT!