The Mixed Media Sketchbooks of Gosia Herba

Gosia Herba mixes gouache, collage, pencils, crayons, and watercolour to create beautiful compositions in her sketchbook. She illustrates people, animals, and objects in an abstract way that gives them a round, puffy presence. The general feeling of her sketchbook is happy and playful, but also mysterious because in a handful of the paintings you can see the characters […]

ADVENTURE, FOOD, NIGHTLIFE AND FASHION

Beautiful illustration series for Insider Guides international student city guides done by Kindred Studio. Each full page illustration covers various aspects of student life in Australia, from adventure to food, nightlife to fashion. Insider Foundry is the publisher of the free, annual Insider Guides – International Student Guides. Written by local students, they help to bridge the gap between […]

Disney’s Golden Book Archive

Take an art venture through the Disney Publishing’s Golden Book Archives! A visit to the Disney Publishing Golden Book Archives, where original artwork (created by the likes of everyone from Lorelay Bove to Eric Goldberg) is one of Disney’s best kept secrets. The archives are not open to the public, but Disney Publishing Vice President of Global […]

A Collaborative Duo Pokes Fun at Plein Air Painting Through Photographic Series

Duo Hank Schmidt in der Beek and Fabian Schubert have been poking fun at plein air painting with a collaborative project since 2009, a humorous series of photographs shot by Schubert that captures in der Beek with his original paintings. Und im Sommer tu ich malen (which translates roughly to “And in the Summer I do […]

Books are the best escape

Canadian artist Guy Laramée transforms thick stacks of vintage books into beautiful models of snow-capped mountains and valleys, depicting the “erosion of culture”. A recurring theme in all his works is how our modern society is replacing print in favor of digital systems. Each sculpture in his latest series, titled Desert of Unknowing, is created […]

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 […]

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.      

Oskar

Oskar is a unique children’s book without words, but full of visual discovery, written by Jacques & Lise. Oskar is the name of a boy’s cute little dinosaur toy and when Oskar goes missing, it is the boy’s mission to go and find his dearest friend again. This marks the start of a great creative […]

What IF design…

Studio Bruch is an Austria-based graphic design studio focusing on brand development, editorial design, and packaging design. Their team was recently asked to create a bright and flexible brand system for Infinitive Factory, which can be applied to different media and proportions. Infinitve Factory is a first class letterpress printing house. They are best known for an exceptional quality […]

Pretty Ugly, Pretty Wise

Pretty Ugly, Pretty Wise is an ironic activity book by Lukas Zabek for adolescents and persons who are planning to work or study in the design industry, but still aren‘t fully aware of the final direction of their future career. Counseling interviews, brochures and also professional design literature can be overwhelming and confusing and often aren’t […]