At first sight I said to myself: “Mmm…the usual boring classic art”. Then I took a closer look and …WOW! Artist Sagaki Keita was born in 1984 and lives and works in Tokyo. His densely composited pen and ink illustrations contain thousands of whimsical characters that are drawn almost completely improvised.Read more "Noodles Doodles Art | Sagaki Keita"
I have always found quilling not that interesting, a “pseudo” form of art loved by old folks. Well, this is what I have been thinking until two days ago, when I saw Yulia‘s works.Read more "The art of quilling | Yulia Brodskaya"
Thanks to IwantTOrideMYbicycle for sharing this! Click on the image and enjoy Stickman!Read more "Bored? Have fun with Stickman"
I have always thought of Flickr as a community of photography lovers. To my great surprise I have also found great art projects not photography related such as Book of Art. I have been unable to find other information about the project elsewhere – but I will keep you updated. In the meanwhile, enjoy these […]Read more "Book of Art | Isaac Salazar"
I found this project by Chacho Puebla exhilarating and interesting, and I share Chaco’s thoughts when he says “As my son gets older and I get more grey hair, I wonder what kind of advice will I give to my grandkids”. If I were Chacho I would have called this project Instagrandma!Read more "Grandmother Tips | Chacho Puebla"
Just watch the video about the making of Hero, an amazing 3.2 million ink dots masterpiece by Miguel Endara and get inspired.Read more "Hero | Miguel Endara | VIDEO"
The concept is quite simple: together with Sainsbury’s supermarket chain in the UK, Innocent are donating 50p from every smoothie sold to charity Age Concern to help keep older people warm for the winter. How it works The hats are knitted by knitters up and down UK, sent to Innocent HQ, counted and handpacked onto the […]Read more "Knitting an incredible brand strategy with social conscience"
Put Yourself in Their Shoes is a series of ‘social posters’ by Irish graphic designer Christopher Scott. Inspired by the works of Stefan Sagmeister, Christopher blends elements of nature, man-made objects and certain props to deliver a strong typographical statement. Sometimes thought-provoking and sometimes shocking, these posters aim to stir-up the audience and bring them face-to-face with […]Read more "Put Yourself in Their Shoes: Christopher Scott"
Just curious to know if any of you are able to actually play with this great visual and interactive experiment by Honda. I am not – but I still love the concept, the visual, and the “Making of” Video (this last gave me some clues about how to play with the interactive game and showed […]Read more "The Honda Experiment | VIDEO"
Simply wonderful – have a great week!Read more "An illuminating inspiring VIDEO"