Talented 3D artist from Prague, Filip Hodas, created a captivating series of decaying pop culture icons. This creepy glimpse of an alternative dystopian future has a certain amusing aspect. For this series of illustrations, Filip chose well known pop culture icons such as Futurama’s robot Bender, Pac Man, Coke, McDonalds, and other recognizable imagery to litter the landscape of his… Read the full article.
You might have seen some of these colorized photos on the internet. Mark Twain, Amelia Earhart, a young Charlie Chaplin. It’s incredible how normal these people look because they’re no longer in black and white. Like they’re someone you could pass by on the street and not someone unreachable or from another time. Photo colorization artists use a combination of… Read the full article.
Building your brand can be one of the most exciting and challenging aspects of launching a new business — and that includes creating a logo that captures the essence of your brand in a single, memorable image. Here are a few tips every entrepreneur needs to know about creating the perfect logo. Think Like a Designer Your brand reflects not… Read the full article.
Dan Cretu obviously has a lot of fun with food, way before it gets chowed down. If you’re still reminded of how mom always tells you not to play with food, it’s time to ditch that thought. You may think that these incredibly creative food sculptures have been Photoshopped to death, but they are actually assembled the way you see… Read the full article.
Why wouldn’t we have a tiger perched on a deck overlooking the city? And why can’t a man have wings? If you are disappointed by the boring state of affairs in reality, then channel your fantasy world into hyper-realistic photographs that shock and delight yourself and everyone else. That’s what Ionut Caras has done, and is doing perfectly by twisting… Read the full article.
Often times, it’s the humblest of materials that do the greatest wonders. Don’t believe that? Just check out Zim and Zou’s meticulous, intricate, and grand works of paper art. This pair has lent their creativity and craftiness to the likes of Hermes and even the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, adding a child-like wonder and artistry to the world of… Read the full article.
There’s something about European old towns that leave you charmed, and you may wonder why they don’t build cities like these anymore. Lack of space? Sure, we could always elevate these historic building on stilts. What about trains and metro stations? Let’s have them tucked neatly in buildings, you don’t want any eyesores around. Looking at figments of the Brzozowski’s… Read the full article.
We love a good optical illusion, don’t we? Being aware of how our perception is tricking us is both bizarre and fun. Well, for Florian de Looij, it definitely seems so. Word has it that this Netherlands-based designer got his hands on Photoshop at a tender age of 12 and has never looked back since. Today, he releases a new… Read the full article.
If ‘going viral’ was a thing in the 19th century, these photographs would have been shared a million times. Who doesn’t like a good image that brings together elements of magic, illusion, trickery, and a good dose of shock-factor? Going headless seems to have been the fantasy of the time in the Victorian era, if these interesting portraits are anything… Read the full article.
Business cards are one of the most common print designs, so you’d think every designer and their grandmother would know how to make a creative business card. Yet the high number of unoriginal, uninspired business cards being passed out at networking events proves there’s a major gap in what we should know and what we’re actually creating. To be fair,… Read the full article.