Archive for the ‘Design’ Category

Vampires, the reigning king of monsters has some stiff competition. Zombies! And they aren’t going anywhere anytime soon. With the success of AMC’s The Walking Dead and the audiences love affair of the reanimated corpse (thanks to George R. R. Martin), its no surprise we’re starting to see a zombie takeover. They have now infiltrated Hollywood [...]

Nastplas are two illustrators and freelance designers that hail from Madrid, Spain. Dr Franken (as he is called) and his wife Natalia. She is an interior designer and the art director of Nastplas and he also works as a computer developer in electrical engineering. Together they conducted their studies in the art school of Salamanca and Valladolid. [...]

This highly detailed “Forest” color woodcut print depicts a forest scape erupting with patterns of lush green flora & fauna and tiny animals hidden into treetops. This is the finished product. You can see how it was created below. This is not a digitally reproduced print. After drawing the original design on birch plywood,it is [...]

With bizarre and fantastical illustrations, ‘Monsters: A Bestiary of the Bizarre’ provides a dark yet engrossing visual history of fearsome beasts from every age and culture. This book explores monsters through the ages and throughout the world. Christopher Dell investigates what the existence of monsters even if only in our heads says about humankind, and [...]

Artist Timothy Liles hails from Portsmouth, New Hampshire. His innovation brings a fresh approach to any design project he takes on, such as his Crayola Rings. Here is a new project he recently worked on, Braid Dead Rug, which is made to order in custom colors. He calls it “A modern pop icon paired with [...]

Artist T. Kelly Mason lives and works in Los Angeles, California.  He paints, illustrates, produces collage and these wonderful graphic lamp designs. Who are the intellectual luminaries of our time (front right) & Can a color name a person (back left)

As stated on their site “The Noun Project collects, organizes and adds to the highly recognizable symbols that form the world’s visual language, so we may share them in a fun and meaningful way.” The symbols you find on the site are free to use. Simple and easy to scan, choose and download. Visit The [...]

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