Le Bleury – 4e année

Elizabeth Laferrière – Art Director and graphic designer working freelance, she creates still and moving images that encompass her poetic, sensitive and spontaneous vision. She plays around with typography, collage, and video, and aspires to move towards set design where she can develop a more comprehensive approach.

We just love her poster series for a bar in Canada – To present their 4th year’s bookings, the bar wanted to share dreamlike images. Here are some portraits where music resides, transforms the minds to the rhythm of its undulations.

Scroll down for a selection of the posters or check out her Behance for more inspiring work








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Newspaper Animal Sculpture

Japanese paper artist Chie Hitotsuyama skilfully creates textured sculptures of animals using a technique involving rolled strips of wet newspaper. The unique application of each newspaper segment proves to be an eeffective method of forming the wild fur of snow monkeys or the density of scales found on the back of an iguana. For Hitotsuyama, these details are critical as she seeks to create the most lifelike sculptures possible.

Posted by: Mei-hua Lee








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100 Days of Form and Colour

Designer Seth Nickerson took on the 100-day project challenge and the result is amazing. For 100days straight, he designed an abstract composition and shared on his Instagram what he calls 100 Days of Form and Colour.

Seth is a graphic design, art director, and illustrator in Charlottesville, Virginia. On the project, Seth stated that: “Just a daily exercise in form and color. And this is the first. From here on out they might be geometric or organic, but no pictures, no type, no nothing except shapes. And, fair warning, I’m going to post each of them here. They will most likely be sloppy, rushed, and uninspired, and I might regret this by next week. But I’m giving it a shot. Come along for the ride. Or don’t. I won’t be offended if you unfollow. Here goes nothing.”

For more visit Seth Nickerson Instagram @sethnick and his website sethnick.com.








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The fantastical world of Aldo Crusher

Aldo Crusher is a Motion Graphic Designer at Discovery Networks. His Cosmopolis Project Series focuses on map design. Crusher combines his unique style of illustration with complex colour combination inspired by the respective cities he covers. He interprets the voice of the city(s) and blends it with his signature style of geometric shapes and complementary colours to create a lively and playful rendition of these popular scapes.

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Jordan Bolton’s iPosters

Manchester-based artist Jordan Bolton creates striking photographic posters inspired by film and music, using only his iPhone. Jordan states that: “The original plan was to use famous lyrics in the artworks but after it turned out to be too expensive to license the words I decided to do the artworks as though they were alternative posters for actual gigs played by influential Manchester bands at influential Manchester venues.”

Jordan describes his style as: Detailed. Colourful. Organised.

Prints are available in A2 and A3 from etsy.com and Amazon.

Scroll down for a selection of his posters or you can also follow Jordan on Facebook and tumblr









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Harvard Business Review Patterns

Juan Diaz-Faes was commissioned by Harvard Business to create twelve patterns for twelve specific topics they covered in college.

These topics include Demographics, Data Analysis, Emotional Intelligence, Decision making, entrepreneurship, management, innovation and experimentation, research projects, personnel management, life balance, health and stress and Communication.




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Just my Type

Jenue is a Spanish Artist and Art director, who divides his time between Madrid and London.

He makes playful images for editorials, music, and advertisements with his own colourful view and style.

He is in love with creating words and images, where art and design make a big difference and go further from traditional typography. Always keen to approach new ways to produce beautiful images and forever curious to explore new treatments, combining computer graphics and the real world, Jenue is excited to generate and mix textures and produce compositions, from different elements, as never seen before.

Check out a selection of his work below or view his full portfolio here










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The universe is not made of atoms; it’s made of tiny stories

Another day, another post, another intern. Today’s intern is Andrea – a third year Graphic Design student at the University of Johannesburg. She loves the beautiful and vibrant city of Johannesburg, (lots of) Fairtrade coffee, and the Tiny Book of Tiny Stories.

The Tiny Book of Tiny Stories is a trilogy collection of poetic short stories, no more than a few lines long. Each haiku-like tale is paired with a thoughtful, hand-drawn illustration. It is compiled by owner and founder of the online collaborative production company hitRECordJoseph Gordon-Levitt and, one of their curators, the ever-illusive Wirrow. hitRECord is self-described as “an open collaborative production company”. Writers, musicians, filmmakers, video editors, animators, illustrators, photographers, and Photo-shoppers all work together and the profits are split 50/50 between the company and the contributing artists.


These books are pure joy. They bring together art and voices from around the world to unite and tell stories that defy size. Some stories will make you chuckle. Some will break your heart, just a little. Others simply remind you to stop and smell the roses. But don’t just take my word for it. Let these extracts speak for themselves.

Volume 1

The first of the Tiny Stories, published in 2010, contains contributions of over 8,600 submissions from 67 writers and artists.

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Volume 2

Published in November 2012, Volume 2 features 62 contributors from some 14,946 contributions.

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Volume 3

Volume 3 was published on November 5, 2013, featuring 82 contributors from 35,905 contributions.

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Filled with wonder, nonsense, and tiny stories, these books are a delight to page through and treasure. As Dr Seuss states: “I like nonsense, it wakes up the brain cells. Fantasy is a necessary ingredient in living; it’s a way of looking at life through the wrong end of a telescope. Which is what I do, and that enables you to laugh at life’s realities”.

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Football Posters for Football Fans

English designer, Rick Hincks, graphically reconstructed some of the most memorable goals in Football to create an exciting series of inforgraphical posters. Now you don’t have to replay those goals on screen, but rather frame them for your wall, nice! (via Fubiz)








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