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Ridiculously Clever Halloween Costume Ideas by Jean Jullien

Jean Jullien, French illustrator who’s now located in New York, offers up his ideas for creative Halloween costumes.

Every Frame A Painting: A Film Form Masterclass

Dedicated to the analysis of film form, Every Frame a Painting is a fantastic series of video essays created by the filmmaker and editor Tony Zhou.

A Hidden Cubby Hole Of Chocolate: Compartés Opens In Melrose Place

In the world of cool, young chocolatiers in the United States, only a handful of names will come to mind because those are the only chocolates you see in stores.

3 Rules For A Happy Designer by Gradiate

It’s important to keep a sense of perspective in your work and your life, and Gradiate’s 3 Rules For A Happy Designer are a few strong points we should all keep mind.

Kustaa Saksi’s Bold, Colorful SS15 Collection for Marimekko

I’ve been a long time fan of Finnish artist Kustaa Saksi and his organic-feeling, nature inspired work.

Chuck Taylor 1970 HI ‘Woven Textile’ Sneakers

I’m a big fan of high tops, but I’ve never been a Chuck Taylor kind of guy. There’s nothing wrong with a good pair of Chuck’s, they’re probably the most iconic American shoe around, they simply haven’t been my style.

Matthew Feyld’s Paintings Prove That Colors and Shapes Are Sometimes All You Need

Last week Bobby posted some truly fantastic looping illustrations from the American designer and illustrator Drew Tryndall.

Create Realistic Mixed-Media Waterscapes with a Free Guide from Craftsy (Sponsored)

Have you dreamed about capturing the ocean’s beauty on canvas? Discover foolproof techniques for drawing and painting crashing waves, picturesque ponds and much more with Craftsy’s free, exclusive guide: Secrets to Creating Realistic Waterscapes in Mixed Media.

Sophisticated Branding for Fort Point Beer Company by Manual

Crafting unique, standout labels for a new beer seems like an awesome challenge. Making sure that the brew stands out in a competitive market can be difficult as well as creating a look that feels unique and original.

David Chang: “I Hate Fancy Beers”

As I write this I’m sipping on a Miller High Life, are is it’s been dubbed, the “Champagne of Beers”.

Everyday Surrealism: Chuck Anderson’s Skillshare Class About Creating Art from Photos

Lately I’ve been really impressed with the creative photography that Chuck Anderson has been posting to his Instagram lately.

Tiga’s “Bugatti” Is A Commercial Break From Alternate, Sexy Dimensions

Tiga may not be as prolific as we (Well, I.) would wish him to be but you have to hand it to the dude for sticking to a very strict aesthetic of high luxury circa futuristic 1986.

Felipe Pantone Livens Up The Streets With His High Gloss Art

Valencia, Spain based street artist Felipe Pantone popped up in the Explore tab of my Instagram feed and I’m really feeling his work.

Dive Under the Waves With this Beautiful Video by Morgan Maassen

There’s something quite ethereal in the way that Morgan Maassen shoots water. The California native is a passionate surfer and through his photography he has earned himself great recognition within the surf world.

Kitsuné Sheds Light on Fresh Talent with Kitsuné Maison 16

I have a special place in my heart for Kitsuné—years ago the label’s flagship compilation releases turned me onto entirely new genres of music. Their “Sweet Sixteen Issue,” the sixteenth iteration, is due out November 3rd.

Peter Mendelsund Discusses Cover Design with NPR’s Fresh Air

World-class book cover designer Peter Mendelsund recently sat down with Fresh Air‘s Dave Davies to speak about his craft.

Take A Sip Of The Debut Release From Gene’s Liquor

“Gene’s Liquor” sounds like a reference your mother would make regarding your Uncle Eugene’s drinking habit.

A Client’s Desire for Lake Views and Privacy Lead to a Striking Japanese Home

Located in the beautiful surroundings of Japan’s Kansai region, Scape House sits on a hillside overlooking Biwa-ko, the country’s largest lake.

The Desktop Wallpaper Project featuring Nancy McCabe

Nancy M When I come across a well-designed pattern I tend to marvel at the time and effort that must have taken place to achieve such perfection.

High Tide Creates A Stunning Golden Invitation for Women’s Luxury Brand, Honor

Since my childhood the idea of the “golden ticket” has always seemed like a miraculous dream. Obviously I’m referencing the 1971 film Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory and the way in which the children could get a tour of the fabled and mysterious factory.