Sculptures and installations by Robbie Rowlands. Melbourne, Australia.
Dan Mumford is a freelance illustrator/designer/screenprinter based out of London. He mainly uses pencils, pens, a tablet, and photoshop to create his work and coincidently that’s exactly how I make my work… oh yes, there’s one small difference – his illustrations are AWESOME. Found his work over at: The Serif!
Who do you call when you want giant zombie sculptures of Biggie and Tupac for your dead rapper Halloween bash? Danny Vermette, that’s who. Watch the video below! Video by Salazar http://dannyvermette.com/
Photos by Ariel Rosenbloom. New York.
JR and Lui Bolin collaborate on the streets of New York! Watch the video below!
More incredible installations made of salt, by Motoi Yamamoto. More images and process videos below! See more .
Fantastic graphic animations by Anny Wang (@annyversary) and Tim Sderstrm (@mrfontex), “Physlab” is an ongoing series of experiments with 3D software that feature surreal visuals grounded in the physical mechanics of the real world. Have a look at the videos below! A video posted by Anny Wang (@annyversary) on Feb 21, 2016 at 11:05am PST A video posted by Anny Wang (@annyversary) on Feb 1, 2016 at 11:17am PST A video posted by Anny Wang (@annyversary) on Jan 31, 2016 at 11:25am PST A video posted by Anny Wang (@annyversary) on Jan 24, 2016 at 10:38am PST
New work by artist Matt W. Moore, from his recent show “Shadovvs” at 886 Geary Gallery (San Francisco). More images below.
My friend Andrew and I went to today, and a lot of other people did too apparently. We had to snag seats in the balcony for the first part but moved to floor seats after lunch. It worked out because the presentations got better as the day went on. I was very excited to hear Asif Mian speak as part of presentation and speaking to him out in the lounge later on was a bonus. The other highlight for me was The Blackheart Gang’s screening of : I am definitely getting inspired out here!
Your life is officially over. Well, if you are at all interested in fashion it is. I came across Lookbook about a month ago and my productivity went sub-zero for quite awhile. Aspiring fashionistas upload photos of themselves and attach details of exactly what they’re wearing – photos are hyped up and aggregated on the main page. Simple concept, perfect execution. The coup de grace is the fact that you can’t ever reach the bottom of the list, you scroll down a bit and the page smirks and says ‘HA, you think you are at the end?’ Then your scroll bar shoots way up the side and it loads about a million more shots. If your job is at all related to trend hunting, stick this in your RSS reader now. I love it. I am addicted – heck, most of these self-portraits are better than 99% of the streetwear lookbooks I see everyday! This is the Sartorialist without the Sartorialist; the future of the fashion blog. http://lookbook.nu
I wanted to post about some awesome hand-drawn type by Blake E. Marquis that I saw for sale on , but then I came across these awesome pencil drawings on his . So this post is kinda all over the place. Great work nonetheless.
Timber Timbre tapped artist Chad Vangaalen to make an animation for their song “Beat the Drum Slowly”. Love the style. Watch the video below.
Calligraphy by Niels Shoe Meulman. I could watch this stuff all day! Watch the video below!
Here’s a lovely piece of animation, created by Buck, for Alcoholics Anonymous. There are so many beautiful little details in this; I love the sequence where the characters move through the doors. Watch the animation below.
I’ve always wanted to see Jon Boam’s illustrations brought to life and now thanks to animator Kalle Kotila I have! Watch this little music video for TJH87 below. Directed and animated by Drawings by Music by