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Interaktive Weihnachtsgrüße 2013

Hohoho … Mein diesjähriger Post hat bisher eine recht überschaubare Ausbeute. Aber die Weihnachtsgruß-Idee-Ausbeute im Netz ist bisher auch eher …

Semperoper

Fons Hickmann m23 startet auch in der neuen Saison der Semper Oper mit einer spektakulären Kampagne für die Premieren. Den Beginn gibt Georges …

Schloss Albgut

Tradition trifft Moderne Dieses Thema zieht sich wie ein roter faden durch das Erscheinungsbild des Schlosses. Eine sehr klare, reduzierte und ruhige …

Die Flügelkompilation

Das Studentenwerk Thüringen schenkte im Jahr 2000 den Studierenden der Bauhaus-Universität einen Flügel, welcher seitdem im Haus der Studierenden in …

Zeit – Die Vergangenheit und Zukunft von Allem

Zeit ist nur schwer zu erfassen – sobald ein Zeitraum nicht mehr in unseren Alltag eingeordnet werden kann sind wir überfordert. Mit diesem …

Pantone’s Color of the Year 2014, Radiant Orchid, Reminds Us the Importance of Color - The Fox Is Black

Out with the emerald, in with the… purple? Pantone has recently announced their selection for 2014’s Color of the Year: PANTONE 18-3224, or better …

Graphic Design

Playful Animal Sculptures Made of Salvaged Materials

<i>The Small Forest</i> is an exhibition featuring a series of animal sculptures by Japanese artist Natsumi Tomita created with found objects and salvaged scraps. Using anything from a broken umbrella and bike parts to discarded cans and kitchen utensils, the gifted sculptor manages to reproduce the …

Modern Art

CityHub – Responsive Agency and Blog WordPress Theme

CityHub WordPress Theme.<p>The young and passionate web design and development team of Pixelgrade developed the <b>CityHub</b> responsive WordPress theme. …

Web Design

Engler Studio – Visual Identity Design by Eight Hour Day

Engler Studio.<p>Design and illustration boutique Eight Hour Day created the visual identity for Engler Studio. The identity underlines the interior …

Graphic Design

Editorial Photo Collages by Jesse Draxler for CREEM Magazine

Photo Collages.<p>Jesse Draxler is an artist and designer who creates outstanding illustrations, fine arts and photographic manipulations. For CREEM …

Modern Art

Büro für Architektur

Das Kölner Architekturbüro wurde 2012 von zwei Absolventen der RWTH Aachen gegründet. YAGWYD entwickelte die visuelle Identität des Büros, mit …

Red Bull Jova Remix Session – Web Design by Fabio Minerva

Red Bull – Music Project.<p>Verona, Italy-based graphic and web designer Fabio Minerva has created this web site for Red Bull at agency Upgrade …

Web Design

Daedal Architecture – Brand Identity by Mike Collinge

Architecture Brand Identity.<p>Award winning graphic designer and art director Mike Collinge has designed the brand identity for Daedal Architecture. …

Graphic Design

Rolling Pen Script Font by Sudtipos

Rolling Pen Font Family.<p>Alejandro Paul‘s fascination for the history of writing, calligraphy, and pop technology inspired him to create the <b>Rolling …

Typography

The California Project Identity Design by Common Name

The California Project – Visual Identity.<p>The California Project was originally established in 2005. It’s a leading research program in California. …

Graphic Design

Fan the Flame – Paper Sculptures for Amnesty International by People Too

Fan the Flame – Paper Sculptures.<p>Lena Erlikh and Aleksey Lyapunov of People Too were hired by agency Ogilvy & Mather London to create a series of …

Amnesty International

Betsy Smith Worldwide – Corporate Identity by Eight Hour Day

Betsy Smith Worldwide – Brand Identity.<p>Graphic Design and illustration studio Eight Hour Day has created the corporate identity for Betsy Smith …

Graphic Design

Portraits Painted with Coffee on Century-Old Ledger Paper by Michael Aaron Williams | Colossal

<p>Artist Michael Aaron Williams has been working on a beautiful series of portraits painted with coffee on found sheets of used ledger paper that …

Home Is Where Your Heart Is!

“Home Is Where Your Heart Is” ist ein zuckersüßer Druck, der uns nicht nur an unseren richtigen Platz in der Welt erinnern soll, sondern auch daran, …

Imagekampagne für die Feuerwehr Meerbusch

Bei der Konzeption und Gestaltung der Imagekampagne für die Feuerwehr Meerbusch ging es im Wesentlichen um die Frage, wie man die vielen …

Das Sonnensystem – Ein Erklärfilm

Das Sonnensystem – altbekannt aus unzählige Dokumentation. 3D Animationen auf schwarzem Grund. Das Erklärvideo geht einen anderen Weg. Mit animierten …

Wenn Menschen zu Pixeln werden…

<b>Heute möchten wir Euch die wunderbare Kunst von Craig Alan vorstellen. Der 42 jährige, amerikanische Künstler erstellt Portraits von berühmten</b> …

A New Zine Devoted To Graphite Makes A Big Point

Tiny Pencil makes art of pencil pushing, contains graphite content.<p>The digital world is full of tools. The analog one, too, and none more intimate and artful (and endangered) than the pencil. Taking the fate of the essential drawing device into their own hands, the founders of <i>Tiny Pencil</i> have just …

Moveable Type by Pablo Delcán - The Fox Is Black

Pablo Delcán is a design wunderkind. His book cover art continues to enthrall with clever takes on Vladimir Nabokov and Jules Verne classics as well …

#photography Dawn - Ruud van Empel 2008 Dutch artist Ruud van Empel has taken digital manipulation of photography to a new level. ''His colourful images are synthesized from a myriad of elements, manipulating their fragments and traces rather like an artist uses paint. With digital software he creates complex and exotic images, sometimes spending months working on the sydthesis of a particular photo-derived scenario. Van Empel does not pretend to represent the truth or convey reality, but so seamless is his work that the eye is unwittingly coaxed into believing in the reality of a total fantasy world. Beginning his career in theatre before moving on to graphic design and filmmaling, van Empel entered the world of photography in the early 1990s at the commercial end of the spectrum. Initially working in black and white, creating photo-collages od scenes from the natural world, he quickly graduated to colour photography and soon the enhanced oppotunities offered by digital manipulation presented him with a whole new palette of possebilities. Since the mid-1990s, he has devoted all his time to art photography. When van Empel exhibited his work at a gallery in the Netherlands, he showed a series of images depicting blonde, blue eyed girls and was both shocked and dismayed when he was labelled a racist and a Nazi for displaying images solely of white girls. This prompted his most distinctive series of images. In a riposte to his critics, he created Moon, World, Venus, depicting the innocence of childhood through a series of images mostly od black children surrounded by lush tropical vegetation are as contrived as the famous jungle paintings of Henri Rousseau, who derived his images from plants sketched in the Tropical House of the Jardin des Plantes, Paris. His work methodes are complex but, typically, van Empel will photograph four or five agency models in his studio, and then take a series of detailed shots of leaves, flowers, plants and insects. After collecting hundered of images, he carefully selects those images that can best achieve the required effect. These artificial paradise of van Empel’s appeal, of cource, to our romantic sentiments and are a hair’s breadth from outright kitsch, executed with such skill and aesthetic sensibility that the visual impact eclipses the satirical message. It is this threshold between the original and rhetorical that van Empel adroitly navigates in the creation of his ultimately seductive images.'' Ron Exley

Monumental Plant Sculptures at the 2013 Mosaicultures Internationales de Montréal | Colossal

<p>Mosaïcultures Internationales de Montréal is an international mosaiculture competition held in Montréal, Canada. According to their website,</i> …

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Steampunk Watch Part Sculptures by Sue Beatrice | Colossal

<p>Using the smallest components from repurposed antique pocket watches and other time pieces, New-Jersey based artist Sue Beatrice of All Natural Arts …

Brazil

Ingrid Siliakus

What seems like a Pop-up-book at first, appears to be elaborate paper architecture. With a great passion for detail the Amsterdam Ingrid Siliakus …

Jacqueline Bradley

Jacqueline Bradley’s work can be best described as dreamy, innocent, yet quirky, playful and humorous. She mainly works with household objects and …

Modern Art