Amsterdam-based artist/designer Rosa de Jong suspends tiny, intricate, handmade architectural scenes in test tubes. More images below.
, a pop-up typography book by Polish designer Iwona Przybyla. Letters made of thread appear when the book is opened to 90 degrees.
Amazing little moments sculpted by Thomas Doyle at 1:43 scale and smaller. Brooklyn. Incredible stuff.
Some creamy illustrations by Kareena Zerefos. A designer turned illustrator, Australia’s lucky to have her. Love the colouring on this owl. http://www.kareenazerefos.com
Paintings by EJ Hauser. Brooklyn, NY.
Stop-motion animations of cut paper works by Bianca Chang. Watch the animations below!
Drawings by artist Luis Alberto Perez, from Puerto Rico. More below.
London-based studio Golden Wolf created this great little spot featuring pro skater Omar Salazar for skate shop Doomsayers. Fantastic animation by Jonathan Djob Nkondo. Watch the short below.
Things by illustrator designer Julia Kostreva.
More art projects aimed at seniors please! This project was born when costume maker and performer Riitta Ikonen (one of my favourite artists) and the blogger behind , Alison Kuo, decided to make art with the dynamic and fashionable older residents of Chinatown. “Wearable Art Class” is a multidisciplinary visual art and performance program for the senior residents of Manhattan’s Chinatown. They’ve met every Wednesday since January, at the City Hall Senior Center, and they have a show opening today at Christopher Henry Gallery! See more of the seniors’ wearable works below! The team behind this project has grown to include: Riitta Ikonen (Finland) Alison Kuo (US) Yue Lin (China) Wei Xiaoguang (China) Karoline Hjorth (Norway) Annie Collinge (UK)
These are definitely some of the best poster designs I’ve seen in awhile. Terrific compositions and colours by Poland-based designer illustrator Grzegorz Domaradzki aka Gabz. More below.
Txema Yeste started his career as a reporter before moving into avant-garde fashion photography. For this reason his work is probably among the most diverse collections of photos I have featured.
A selection of work by Brooklyn-based illustrator Haejin Park. More images below.
We’ve posted the work of our friends, Berlin-based duo The Low Bros a few times before (click here for previous posts). Check out a selection of their amazing paintings, public murals, and a video clip below! All the work is from the past year, busy guys!
Set designs by Adi Goodrich. More below! Photos by (Juila Galdo and Cody Cloud)