Photographer Suren Manvelyan took the web by storm back in 2011 with his Animal Eyesseries, where he captured spectacular macro photographs of various critter’s eyes. Manvelyan is back with a new series of extreme close-ups which seem to peer right into the soul of various animals, even though it’s not exactly clear whose soul you’re looking at. I left […]
“What do you mean, there’s already too many bulls in the club? That’s me-crap, bro.” We all think we know what kind of animal we’d be if we weren’t human. This author would be a fox: solitary, crafty, and a rare breed. This author has also discovered that about half of everyone also thinks they’re […]
Irving Harper: Works In Paper is a new book from Skira Rizzoli that collects the paper works of industrial designer Irving Harper. Harper worked as the director of design at George Nelson Associates during the 1960s and is known for designing the Marshmallow Sofa for Herman Miller (as well as the firms’ iconic logo) and the ball and sunburst […]
Italian artist, Alice Pasquini, sent us some great shots of her first large mural in the U.S., located at Bushwick Five Points. The mural is titled “As Much As You Can.” She says, “It’s dedicated to all the people who have had to leave behind everything and come to a city they don’t know in order […]
all images courtesy Kyohei Sakaguchi As an architecture student at Waseda University in the late 90s Kyohei Sakaguchiencountered a structure that would forever shape his future career. It wasn’t Oscar Niemeyer’s Brazilian National Museum, nor was it Le Corbusier’s Unité d’Habitation. Not even Kisho Kurokawa’s Nakagin Capsule Tower. It was a home built on a budget […]
A series of minimal illustrations shows the differences between copywriters and art directors. This series showcased in a facebook fan page and labelled itself as “The eternal dispute between Copywriters and Art Directors”. The software. One without another. The keyboard What the account manager wants from us. The Dream Pet. The text doesn´t fit the layout. How […]
creative and clever packaging designed by Scholz & Friends for a German organic supermarket chain Fresh’N’Friends. The motive behind these eye-catching fruit figures is aiming to encourage kids to eat healthy food by arranging fruits into the shapes of familiar objects. FRESH’N’FRIENDS – Fruit Figures from Bjene Kernhardt on Vimeo.