There’s something mesmerising about watching this. I used to enjoy woodwork at school and longed to have a go on the wood turner/lathe just to see what shapes I could make. Its fascinating watching this as a traditional art form. So delicately done.
I can’t recall where I found these but they still make me smile…
Following on from a previous post I did a while back, I have been steadily collecting these as and when I see them as all of them ring true in so many ways in my career as a designer. More so of late in the world of ‘Brand Marketing’ where everyone has a say in how you do your job. I believe a lot of these posters were created as part of a project in Ireland where Illustrators, Designers and Photographers collated their worst client feedback into an exhibition. Proceeds from the sales of these posters went to Temple Street Children’s hospital.
So, I thought I would collate them in one post as they are worth sharing.
Images courtesy of Sharpsuits.net
Love this idea. Whenever I fly anywhere I am always the one insisting on having the window seat just so I can peer out of the window and covertly snap photos, even when they tell you to turn off all electrical devices!
Painter Jim Darling has created a series of paintings inspired by his views from a plane’s window seat. Whether flying over green fields or a twinkling city down below, his work is lovely.
Hack, Slash, Loot! Steam Trading Card Illustrations... and the subsequent little models created from the 2D characters. Very cool – Courtesy of A4 Man
Love these illustrations!
Harry Potter Titles re-imagined as minimalist animated GIFs – click to see the rest
Love these simplistic and minimalistic versions of the Harry Potter book title. Subtley animated, they capture the title perfectly in vector form. Look for the hidden scar in each one.