Gorgeous collages by Spanish artist Jess Perea. Lots more images below, really love his work.
Another great publication comin’ outta Vancouver, .
A mesmerizing video for Liars, directed by Ian Cheng. I won’t be able to hear this song now without feeling a little uneasy. Watch below! director: ian cheng choreographer: madeline hollander producer: christian de vietri performers: david yijae, max van der sterre, ade chike torbert assistant animation: mike liu motion capture services: motion capture nyc, steve day, henry brito thanks: patrick daughters, micaela durand, zelda roland, rachel rose label: mute
Here’s a good one for all you graphic designers out there. Watch everyone’s favourite logo designer, Aaron Draplin, design a logo in 15 minutes. This is the sort of content that I was dying for around the time I was in school. Actually, watching this is exactly how I felt when I first started as a co-op in the concept art department at Electronic Arts. All these seasoned illustrators and designers were making stuff all around me, and I was just sitting there, watching every thing they did, soaking it all up. Watch the video below. Aaron Draplin Takes On a Logo Design Challenge from lynda.com on Vimeo.
Love the style of these drawings by Lyon, France-based illustrator Loc Locatelli Kournwsky. More images below.
Photos by Wayne Lawrence. Brooklyn, New York. See more below.
Nate Milton spent three weeks writing down every image or memory that gave him a tingly feeling. The result of that list is a stream of consciousness style animation, recounting bits of Nate’s life. Watch Feelings below.
Photos by Daniel Gordon. Brooklyn.
Drawings by artist Ehren Salazar. More images below.
Drawings by Thailand-based Singaporean artist Elly Liyana Ruslan, found via our . More images below.
A beautifully shot portrait of Brooklyn-based artist Alyssa Monks, leaving the city to paint and reflect on her art practice. Watch the video below.
Tape art by Rebecca Ward. Brooklyn, New York.
Designer Linda Dong left her job at Apple to travel the world and work on personal projects. She’s currently based in Tokyo and has made this really cool little animation using only the Apple Keynote app. I am now officially embarrassed of every presentation I’ve made. She’s provided some tips and her project file on her site here. Watch the animation below.
Drawings by artist Flory Huang. See more below.
I’m always jealous of artists that have sketchbooks with no bad drawings in them, ya know those ones? Where every page is like a finished piece? Yeah, these videos are kinda hard to watch…