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Fun Black and White Murals of Friends and Family by Alex Senna

Reading Time: 2 minutes It’s not often that you walk down the street and encounter an artwork that warms your heart or brings a smile to your face, but for Brazilian street artist and muralist Alex Senna, positive emotion seems to be his visual currency. His lanky black and white characters are often found in a variety of hopeful, […]

ADVENTURE, FOOD, NIGHTLIFE AND FASHION

Reading Time: 2 minutes 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 […]

Intentional bull in a very creative china shop

Reading Time: 2 minutes Laurent Craste, a French artist from Montreal, reimagines the existence of porcelain vases by changing their form – with knives, axes, and baseball bats. His work involves creating sculptures that seemingly bend, flatten, and burst, without shattering into hundreds of pieces. The results are nothing short of odd. A baseball bat jammed into a white […]

Loose lips recycles Ships

Reading Time: 2 minutes In Seoul, there’s a unique pavilion that looks oddly out of place. It’s only once you turn upside-down that you’ll realise what it really is: a rusty old ship. While most ships go to die in a scrapyard where they’re cut up and sold off, Shinslab Architecture gave this vessel a second chance at life. […]

Add a Bookmark

Reading Time: 2 minutes Designer Massimo Moreale handcrafts stunning silver bookmarks. These bookmarks beautifully combine the art of sculpture and the art of literature. “They are gems that narrate your stories, emotions, memories, wishes,” says the artist, describing his collection of hand-carved treasures. Many of Moreale’s metallic masterpieces actually pay homage to classic stories such as Mody Dick and The Catcher in the […]

Moments Like These

Reading Time: 2 minutes We’ve long be fans of illustrator Thomas Lamadieu’s quirky depictions of people inhabiting the strange spaces between buildings in his original photographs of the sky. His latest pieces are set against backdrops above South Korea, Italy, Germany, Austria and Spain, some of which also incorporate trees as hairstyles from various landscapes. In a peculiar move […]

Badaboom bada bang

Reading Time: 2 minutes Badaboom is a clothing range made from bamboo. The idea of the clothing is that it is 100% biodegradable, the fabric is soft and it helps fight of unwanted odours. The brand of this company is simple and clean, yet striking. The logo reminds one of bamboo rods itself, which is a good solution. When […]

Artist Tatsuya Tanaka’s Daily Miniature Photo Project

Reading Time: 2 minutes Photographer and art director Tatsuya Tanaka has a fascination with all things tiny and has an uncanny ability to repurpose everyday objects as set pieces or tools for the inhabitants of his miniature world. For his project Miniature Calendar, Tanaka has been stretching his imagination to its limits nearly every day for the last four years. A tape […]

It Could Always Be Much Worse

Reading Time: 2 minutes Rendered in a style mimicking traditional blue willow pattern design, artist Don Moyer illustrated these fun It-Could-Be-Worse Mugs that remind you that no matter how bad your day is, things could be catastrophically worse. How bad? Think zombie poodles, pirates, attacking UFOs, and aggressive pterodactyls swooping from the sky. The mugs are a companion piece to his ongoing series […]

Meet Marc Johns

Reading Time: 3 minutes It’s Thursday, how delightful. Meet Marc Johns, an illustrator who creates whimsical drawings filled with dry wit and humour. Whether it’s a man with branches growing out of his head that need pruning, or a pipe that’s trying to quit smoking, his characters are simply, sparsely drawn, yet speak volumes with just a few strokes of the […]