Ohh how I just LOVE to see work like this. This is the stuff that I wish I saw much more of from my students, experimenting and getting their hands dirty. Unexpected great stuff always seam to happen when you go out on a limb. It’s made by pouring various coloured liquids over a transparent lasercut sheet of plexiglass. It looks amazing! Now don’t just sit there, go get your hands dirty! You have a whole weekend in front of you to do it! ;-)
See more: http://www.georgemichaelbrower.com
Look at the pretty collages and paper experiments by young designer Lisa Hedge. I really love the one with the holes from a holepuncher because I love when tools that everyone can use are utilized in a creative way. She’s also done some beautiful lettering and illustrations.
See more: http://www.lisahedge.com/
There is something about the alphabets by Jacopo Severitano that I LOVE. I just gave an interview on current trends pinpointing a kind of modern ornament in a monoline style and his work is totally it. Check out the Hecatoncheir project too.
See more: http://rendez-vous.prosite.com/
Filed under: Typography
I do love when things are done in actual life and not just photoshopped. I guess Pierre Delort’s work is a bit of each, or he’s just that FREAKING good! ;-) I think these pieces are immaculately done. Love it!
See more: http://www.pierredelort.com
Filed under: Graphic Design
I find the work by Polish designer Edgar Bąk pretty interesting. That’s not to say that I like it all equally but I do love when work can piss me off a little because that is so much better than being indifferent. Just love the stuff below though.
See more: http://edgarbak.info
Filed under: Photography
The work by photographer Nick Meek makes me feel so nostalgic. The colours are amazing! It’s kinda like looking through my grandmother’s holiday photos as a kid only a hundred times better and without the various half heads and index fingers in the shots.
See more: http://www.nickmeek.com/
I love when different techniques are integrated in the same execution. So these illustrations by Izziyana Suhaimi really caught my eye. I love how the embroidery and the drawings go so well together.
See more: http://my-bones.tumblr.com/