Sneakercube is Pawel Nolbert’s personal sneakers / design project. Simply, he takes sneakers that he loves & he cubes them up. Sneakers that are mostly on his wishlist or that he owns. Each sneaker is shown along with the original one. No parts of the original photos were used to create cubed versions.
The clever folk (read “space geeks”) in the BBC’s Future office recently challenged themselves to try to illustrate just how big space really is. The question was simply too big to answer effectively, so they settled for trying to illustrate just how big our own Solar System is, and left the rest and further depths of space to be addressed some other time.
Jing Zhang’s ongoing Lettering project is a typographical tour-de-force that takes each letter from the alphabet and transforms it into a complex, inhabitable structure. The ambitious undertaking, showcased recently on Behance, has yet to be complete, and we cannot imagine how long it must have taken just to get this far.
This is a very successful rebranding campaign for the identity of a Russian tv-channel called 7TV. The very colorful creation in stop-motion features sound-design from Nookaad Productions. This creative design is made by the Swiss Greg Barth based in Montreal.
Stanley Chow was born and raised in Manchester, England. He began his career in 1997, mainly as a fashion illustrator and storyboard artist, and has become a highly respected and established artists in the UK and USA, working across a platform of media in advertising, design, publishing, packaging, gaming, animation and interactive.
Three creative print advertisements made for Lego by TBWA Costa Rica. Instead of finding the words, spaceship, crocodile and tractor you have to find the piece of lego to create it.
Alexis Marcou want to see just how effective artists can be when they start breaking the boundaries of Culture, race, religion, and backgrounds to unite for a just cause, and use their unique styles and talents to give a voice to the voiceless.
Skyrill has recently released the complete set of “Type Fluid,” an experimental project focusing on the elasticity and flexibility of typography by representing letterforms as if they were being created with liquid substances.
Back to Basics is a project by Zim & Zou, a french designers duo based in Nancy, France. For their graphic design projects they use a lot of paper and materials to create compositions which are both abstract and real, something plain as a typography poster gets a real depth with the use of cutouts and 3D lettering, nicely photographed.
The Boxer is a series representing boxers in different sports conditions, with the main aim to create a set of 10 images using a link between training and work ethic. Check out the series.
This is a brand new illustrated map of Reykjavík, Iceland. The map was made by a group of architects and took over two years and 3000 hours to complete. When you zoom in to the maximum, the level of details is amazing.
Street artist ROA started by painting intriguing murals of animals in hidden places underneath bridges and on walls. His works show his interesting vision on the circle of animal life. In the video, ROA tells you how he works with surroundings. The surroundings being a white exposition wall, or a 10 metre citywall.