Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Graphic Designer-Ji Lee

Ji Lee is a graphic disgner and creative director at the Google Creative Lab, was born in Korea and currently living in New York. Here is some of his work in which he created an image out of a word, using only the letters in the word itself.








Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Fractal art by Chiara Biancheri

Chiara Biancheri, an Italian artist who specializes in fractal art, has created these beautiful 3D fractal flowers by using Apophysis (an open source fractal flame editor)






Monday, February 13, 2012

Paintings by Sophie Bastien

"There are flowers everywhere for the one who wants to see them"
Henri Matisse





Thursday, February 9, 2012

Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Clockwork love by Dutch Designer Tjep

Dutch designers Tjep. are exhibiting a collection of jewellery comprising overlapping symbols at Gallery Ra in Amsterdam.
Called Clockwork Love, the range includes six designs each representing a different emotion.Symbols are layered to create what look like mechanisms frozen in time.




Monday, January 9, 2012

Illustration by Victor Nizovtsev

Victor Nizovtsev is a masterful oil painter of theatrical figurative composition, fantasy, landscapes, and still life. While his professional art training occurred in Russia, as an artist Victor is a student of rich and diverse experiences. Inspiration for Victor’s art comes from all he sees and touches.




This is the Bees Knees! This Honey packaging for Klein Constantia Farm is elegant, yet playful.
"The small white box resembles a bee have box with embossed ridges to denote planks of wood & nails. The famous Klein Constantia crest is gold foiled on the front of the box below the diecut slit that has one bee on its way into the box inviting you to open the packaging. The box opens to reveal a, bee covered, honey comb pattern as well as small diecut bees packaged inside each box. all the bees were also detailed with gold foiling. "



Thursday, January 5, 2012

Japanese artist Tatsuro Kiuchi

The work of Japanese artist Tatsuro Kiuchi . Between the unusual com­po­si­tions, inter­est­ing color palettes, and lovely use of tex­ture, each piece is bet­ter than the next.