RIP Neil Armstrong. A lovely illustration by Nico Encarnacion as tribute to Neil Armstrong, the first man on the moon.
Surreal Visual Art. The fantastic paintings by Korean artist Lee Jin Ju look like separated scenes, taken out a a dream.
It Was All a Dream. Calligraphy style – typography poster design by Dutch designer Fabian De Lange.
Art Inspiration. Oil paintings on canvas by Danish artist and designer Peter Ravn. The works display typical business men, well dressed in suits but mostly in a depressed, stressed or tired way.
Creative and Funny Illustrations. This is a funny illustration project by Emma Cook. These flash cards help designers, nerds, geeks or simply hipsters to teach their children the alphabet with the most important gadgets, tools and items in life.
1000 Singapores. Studio H55 by award winning Creative Director Hanson Ho designed these identity items for 1000 Singapores at the 12th International Architecture Exhibition in Venice. “The Singapore Pavilion, titled ’1000 Singapores: A Model of a Compact City’, at the 2010 Venice Architecture Biennale got much media attention when it proposed that ’1000 Singapores can...
Creative Illustrations. Selected luggage label designs by several designers for the Everywhere Project, a collaborative illustration and design project that pays tribute to the North American adaption of the folk song “I’ve Been Everywhere”. “In “the Everywhere Project” a select group of designers and illustrators are invited to create luggage labels, each reperesenting one of the 92...
Use your like wisely. An illustrated poster series by Pankaj Bhagat to get you use your likes wisely on Facebook.
It’s always to early to quit. An illustrated quote by Alyssa Nassner. Alyssa is an illustrator currently living and working in Minneapolis, MN. More of here work here.
Advanced Architecture. For the Smart City Expo in Barcelona, Spain, the Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia designed the outstanding Endesa Pavilion.
Pencil Drawings and Illustrations. With a background of cultural and academic diversity, Gildo Medina’s work is inspired by a variety of artistic influences. Enjoy the selection of his outstanding drawings and illustrations below. For more art inspiration check out his website.
Thought-Provoking Art Installations. If artist Yun-Woo Choi starts a new work, he asks questions to himself such as: “What is real? Where am I living? What do I perceive is the real? Are invisible things – like my emotions, supernatural phenomena, dreams, God, Tao – real? Do they have some space of their own? …”...