Illustrator Jing Zhang was commissioned to create a parent’s guide infographic for Sony’s Playstation console. She took this as an opportunity “to explore further” on some of the famous classic (and latest) game consoles from Nintendo, specially for those of us who grew up playing video games on these beauties.
We imagined what our favorite TV characters would pack for a move. Some of the items they take are essentials, and some will take a little thinking to figure out. Can you guess each characters items?
I just fell in love with the urchin softlight from molo studio. The lamp in the light is enclosed in a flexible shade, which is made from a tear and water resistant textile that can change its shape when manipulated.
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The folks at SmartSign created a hilarious series of business cards pairing some famous pop culture characters like Darth Vader and Deadpool with fictional real world occupations. Television and movies are a key part of our daily lives, keeping us entertained in the
Check out these brilliant designs by Cyril Lancelin, a French architect and art director. Lancelin says that he worked for 15 years with “some of the most influential architects and artists in Paris and Los Angeles,” before starting his own creative studio ‘town.and.concrete’ in the year 2016. The architect lives
Check out the slightly subversive works of Jasmine Echols, a graphic designer and recent college graduate from Athens, Georgia. Jasmine says, I am constantly inspired to make art, and I have a passion to create designs that inspire others.
The ‘JOKJOR Fold’ is a cleverly made planter, which can double in size to accommodate the needs of a growing plant. Designed by Italian designer Emanuele Pizzolorusso, the planter is made using silicone material and is available in four distinctive colors. Link.
Check out some great graphic design work by talented visual designer Jesseca Dollano, which she created for the popular “36 Days of Type” typography challenge. The project required participants to design an alphabet and numeral everyday for “36 days straight.” Jesseca was raised in Hong Kong,
Jason Cheng, the founder and designer of DIY blog Chchch Design, sent in this short video on how to make your own pen and letter stand out of concrete. I just fell in love with its simple, yet
Dickri Achmad Fauzy, a graphic designer from Indonesia, creates these stunning digital artwork which show us glimpses of alien worlds with a dark and surreal, cinematic touch. The young designer says that his passion for graphic art and