Pretty Interes-ting Magazine Exploration

This is a personal project by Mohamed Samir was created to start a series of magazines under “Ting studio” name. The series starts visually with the exploration of the living creatures motion and the relation between it and the human behaviour. Both graphical interpretation and photography are being used in all the magazine versions. It will include also […]

The Ordinariness of Absurd Photography

Take a look at these delightfully regular, yet strangely unsettling photographs documented by Dorel Frumusanu. His aim was to try and catch the spirit of regular people during a hot summer in Croatia, Montenegro, Bosnia, Macedonia, Albania and Greece. His style and technique is generally quite blunt, but carries sharp technique and awareness of angles.

A-line Your Brand

The World Children’s Festival rebrand by Eric Amaral Rohter created a distinctive personal identity that reflected and enhanced their values, while giving a unique ownership to the attending children—emphasising how creativity can empower and bring communities together, allowing them to collaboratively explore and reconfigure the brand. Colour, line and font are powerful tools when used cleverly. Need clever visual communication for […]

The Value of Line.

Anton Burmistrov is a graphic designer raised in a country that no longer exists. He attended the Tallinn School of Art then graduated from the University of Greenwich. He has worked as a designer at London agencies such as Hey Human, Brave and Leo Burnett across a variety of work in print, TV, digital and […]

White Space

This wonderful set of work illustrates the bear necessities of communicating a concept simply, yet effectively. Kuocheng Liao communicates his strong view on the topic of a rapidly disappearing species, “Under current global climate change, polar bears are probably the most endangered animals among all. I hope, through the gentle and simple strokes, this series of […]

Ceramic Coral Reefs Changing Tides

The Denver-based artist studied marine ecology and ceramics at Skidmore College and received a Master of Arts degree in environmental studies from Brown University. Last year she was named one of the top 100 “Ocean Heroes” by Origin Magazine. Her most recent exhibition is “Sea Change” currently at the Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art through April 17, 2016. […]