Art with a BANG!

Artist ‘paints’ using gunpowder, finishes his works by setting them on fire – Danny Shervin first learned about gunpowder art in college and now the Jackson Hole, Wyoming-based artist has fun lighting canvasses on fire. Shervin spends hours putting together his designs before setting them ablaze. Inspiration behind his wildlife “paintings” comes from the Grand Tetons, […]

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 […]

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 […]

#DumpTrump

In the run-up to the U.S. presidential election, Hillary Clinton recruited 45 designers around the country to create campaign buttons, and AIGA member designers have created a range of free downloadable posters encouraging citizens to exercise their right to vote. Design can’t save the election and political Pins Won’t Save the World, but that hasn’t […]

Lost Inhibitions Wine

Church & State lets their wines speak for themselves, even if they’re a bit mouthy. Their vineyards demand to be heard, and in the cellar, the wine has free reign. The result is a collection of refreshingly honest expressions, boldly emblazoned across a series of 150+ labels…and counting. These bold and fresh design were created […]

Greek Gods – Illustrations by Michał Bednarski

Illustrator Michał Bednarski has created this series of artworks featuring iconic gods of the Greek mythology. Michał Bednarski works as a freelancer and graphic artist in Lublin, Poland. Below you can a selection of his “Greek Gods” illustrations or check out Michał Bednarski’s portfolio to find more of his creative work.           […]

CreativeMornings: Transparency

We are a species that flourishes when we’re seen, when our work matters, and when we connect with and understand one another. What makes all of this possible is the posture of transparency—the willingness to be seen, knowing that transparency may not always be reciprocated or appreciated. A boss sharing her vision with the team, […]

Telefilm Canada – Visual Identity by lg2boutique

Branding and design company lg2boutique was selected by Telefilm Canada to design the visual identity for Canadian delegations around the world. The design team had to develop a simple but striking corporate image for Canadian talent put forward at festivals and international-level events. Lg2boutique’s task was to create a visual identity inspired by Canada’s geography and […]

Celebs on Sandwiches

Celebs On Sandwiches Is The Instagram Everyone Is Talking About Right Now –  Celebs on Sandwiches, which brings together two of the internet’s favorite subjects—carbs and celebrities, duh. The pairing actually makes total sense. After all, pop culture has long had an affinity with sandwiches. The project, created by L.A.-based artist Jeff McCarthy, features intricate watercolors of […]