Graphic work by Seoul, Korea-based Studio FNT (Form & Thought). More image below.
Not too long ago, I saw an image of this book on and wanted to know what it was. By some magic, it appeared on my doorstep this week. is a beautiful documentation of the Russian ballets that took place in Paris that moved ballet into the high fashion world. I love the drawing section! It’s a hardcover with nearly 350 pages so I’m sure the shipping wasn’t cheap – Huge thank you to Anton for your mystical mind-reading abilities and everyone else at, . You can purchase the book .
Numbers designed by Jaime Fernandez (Tatalab). More below.
Drawings by artist Matthias Geisler. Found via . More below.
Drawings of a contemplative nude lady, by Australian HR assistant and artist Miranda Lorikeet, created with MS Paint. More below.
It was another busy day at as everyone finished up their murals on the second floor. In the afternoon Luke and Mark jammed together on a beautiful piece for the main level.
Sketchbook pages (old recycled books) by Julianna Brion.
Music video for track by Karol Stolarek is a monochromatic motion design project by student Jakub Romanowicz employing 3D graphics.
Katarzyna Kijek and Przemysław Adamski have created yet another fantastic music video! This time we have a stop-motion for Shugo Tokumaru’s song, . I’ve seen several videos utilize a similar special effect ( but I like what they achieved here by actually cutting each frame out of foam core and photographing them. Watch the animation below!
You probably saw take on Baauer’s “Harlem Shake” but this one is way better! Watch below!
Beautiful graphic work by Dutch illustrator/designer Sigrid Calon. More below.
Paintings by Janine Iversen. New York.
Ink on paper collage, works by New York-based artist Devin Rutz.
Artist SHOK-1, known for his incredible x-ray style spray work, is releasing a Pac Man print on December 5th over here.
A selection of work by Mexico City-based Jesus Benitez, who makes work under the name Dhear. More images below.