Latest issue of features an interview with me, read it .
Here’s a fun animation made using a whole bunch of overlapping felt circles, designed and animated by Italian artist Valerio Spinelli. Watch “Pandemonio” below!
Works by artist Lucy Kim. More below.
Some drawings by Sao Paulo-based Japanese Peruvian artist Harumi Hironaka. More images below.
I thought for sure I would hate this video. The opening titles, the music, the sunglasses… I almost stopped it after the first few seconds but if you can get through the first minute or so it actually gets kind of epic. This stop-motion apparently took about 6-8 hours for every 3-4 seconds of footage. A moment of silence for whoever edited this because there’s no way he survived. Watch it below!
A peek into the creative mind of photographer, Daniel Sannwald.
Drawings by Leopard Moth, an artist based in Riga, Latvia. Found via our Monthly Reader Submissions. Quite a unique style here! More images below.
In 2009 designer Gianluca Gimini started asking friends and strangers to draw a men’s bicycle from memory. While some got it right, most made technical errors — missing fundaments parts of the frame or chain. The exercise is similar to psychological tests used to demonstrate how little we know compared to what we think we do. However, for Gimini this isn’t about proving how dumb we are but, rather, how extraordinary our imaginations can be! Having now amassed a collection of 376 drawings from participants ranging from 3 – 88 years of age, Gimini has started building realistic renderings of the bikes based on these sketches, in a 3D program.* *Post edited to clarify these are 3D renderings See more images from “Velocipedia” below!
Great fashion photography by Vancouver’s own Andr Pinces. I met him last year and have yet to meet a nicer guy. Actually, you’d be hard pressed to meet him at all, with the schedule he’s got going on. When he’s not out creating personal work, he’s running around shooting for many international publications, including Surface, Vice, and US Weekly.
My favourite creative duo, Amsterdam-based artists Lernert & Sander (Lernert Engelberts and Sander Plug) recently collaborated with fashion label COS on this great foley piece. Watch the video below!
Black masking tape drawings by artist Heeseop Yoon. More images below.
Illustrations by Elly Liyana Ruslan. Found via . More below.
A selection of drawings by artist David Rappeneau. More images below.
Type work by Japanese designer Shun Sasaki.
New works by artist Alexandra Levasseur, from her show Puzzle, which just opened at Galerie C.O.A. in Montreal. More images below.