Filed under: Illustration/Art
I have long been in love with the work by Dutch artist Ron van der Ende. His sculptures explore the 3 dimensional space with the use of scrap wood put together to form different structures. Enough said, go look instead!
See more: http://ronvanderende.nl
Filed under: Typography
The other day I realised that I have now run this blog for 4 years, I hadn’t even noticed! So I got curious and went back to check out my very first post and it was Betsy Dunlap, my fave calligrapher of all time. A lot has happened since so I thought I’d give you a little update on Betsy, cause she kicks ass!
See more: http://bdunlap.blogspot.com/
I guess this is following the theme from last post but done digitally instead of handdrawn. I’m loving these poster compositions and I think the anatomy ones are super well done. The compositions are complex but sooooo pretty and I love that eventhough they are 100% digital they still have lots of texture.
See more: http://www.crispycrystal.com/
Filed under: Inspiration
My two brilliant colleagues Tine Kej and Katrine Granholm have just launched their first ever iPhone app. It’s FAB! If you were ever stuck in creative process (haven’t we all been?!) then here’s The Concept Maker to the rescue. Check out the case video to know more, go to the appstore and grab it, and let those good ideas come knocking!
See more: http://concept-maker.com/
As always when I see really pretty drawings I get very jealous. So Jakub Konvica’s work basically makes me green with envy. Damn him and his mad drawing skills!
See more: http://kyuu.eu
Filed under: Photography
Last week I met up with German photographer Tim Dobrovolny who was visiting Copenhagen (voluntarily coming here in November is still beyond me!) Tim mostly does beauuuuutiful portraits and I just love how all the people in them look so at ease, like they just exhaled and are totally relaxed. That’s the mark of a good photographer I guess!
See more: http://www.timdobrovolny.de
Today is a surreal day at work and I think I need to be a bit silly with my daily post. So coming across Martin Nicolausson’s sausage font was perfect timing. I love it! We don’t always have to be so serious, sometimes we need a laugh and sausages just work!
See more: http://www.martinnicolausson.com/