Product Choice and Why Logos Really Don’t Matter (On Their Own) There is a question we’ve been asking ourselves since the dawn of advertising. There have been books written about it. TV shows surrounding the culture of it (think Mad Men and The Pitch), and lawsuits over the design of them (Apple vs. Samsung anyone?) [...]
Seeing the artwork of Samuel Silva, a Portugal based attorney no less, is truly believing in what we believe to be impossible. If you’re scratching your head at that sentence, so will you be at the followings drawings. They boggle the mind and make you want to hold the canvas he worked on, just to [...]
Compositions by Beatriz Mahan Interview with Lorette C. Luzajic from IdeaFountain Barcelona artist Beatriz Mahan creates intriguing, composition-based collages that she refers to as matrices. She uses a variety of simple elements to play with shape, colour, texture, and mark-making. I found her visually stunning creations on flickr and saw right away an eerie kinship with [...]
We quickly find out the perils of sleeping in the woods in this hilarious (and unexpected) animated short titled The Unconscious Homeless Man by Eion Duffy, a freelance director/animator based in Vancouver, Canada.
Open, construct, pour, and celebrate with this ingeniously designed shot glass birthday card from 55his.
We’ve all been there. You walk through the doors of any hospital to visit a patient, and once in the sterile hospital room, your anxiety level raises. This is not just at the prospect of your dear friend or loved one lying there, but also at the fact the next few minutes or even hours [...]
Time-lapse video shows how Vincent van Gogh’s Starry Night is made from just over 7,000 dominoes. Flippy Cat recreated Vincent van Gogh’s “Starry Night” from just over 7,000 dominos. The second attempt took about 11 hours total to build. Believe it or not, the first attempt failed, when a screw was dropped from the camera [...]