Monthly Archives: February 2011

The most whimsical illustration

Christina Tsevis, an Athens-based visual artist Christina Tsevis, a.k.a. crosti. Her illustration is among the most whimsical I’ve seen. Most of her characters are kids, and her color choices are bold and vibrant. In her interview she gave to Maria Popova she speaks about the symbolism behind the red-haired girl...
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Mix vibrant colors, serif typography and primitive shapes and amazing posters will come up!

“Romanian-based designer, Ștefan Lucuț’s work is a mix of type, photography, and vector elements, infused with a modern, contemporary feel. He mixes vibrant colors, serifed typography and primitive shapes to create imagery that is both bold and strong. Despite the minimalist nature of his site, it does not take long...
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Amazing Illustration on a guitar

by Andreas Preisa Nuremberg, Germany based designer.Andreas had the opportunity to paint a friend’s guitar, just for fun. With the freedom to do whatever he wanted he came up with an amazing result. More from Steffen’s guitar here: Source:Steffen’s Guitar on the Behance Network...
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Emotional Photography

Sta(i)ring © Matej Peljhan Adventure afterlife © Andrea Pettinari Sleepy Landscape © Leszek Paradowski The man cane © Jorris Martinez Out of the window © adham eldeeb * © Benowski Dancing in the rain © Yasemin Kahraman Up to a fantasy world… © Ben Goossens egrets © Shlomi Nissim World...
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Four limited-edition Urbanized silkscreen prints designed by Build. The website for the new Gary Hustwit documentary film ‘Urbanized’ launched yesterday, this will be where Gary charts the progress of the making of the film. The project was to design a set of limited edition prints to help fund the film....
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