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This gigantic textures and patterns bundle available over at Design Cuts is available for only $29 that is a whopping 99% OFF the full price. Textures and patterns are essential tools for every designer.
Paul White’s pencil illustrations are super detailed and are all created on paper. In 2016 Paul was a finalist in; The Substation Contemporary Art Prize, Paul Guest Prize, Rick Amor Drawing Prize, Swan Hill Print & Drawing Acquisitive Awards and the Adelaide Perry Drawing Prize. He has an MFA (Art) from California Institute of the Arts and is a Samstag International Visual Arts Scholar.
Yulia She aka Yulia Shevchenko is the artist that created this collection of lovely watercolor flower paintings.
This branding project was created by Ariel Di Lisio and his design studio Twentyfive. They had to develop an identity system for a Japanese brand of tea called ‘Yojiki Tea’.
“Big Trash Animals is a series of artworks that aims to draw attention to a current problem that is likely to be forgotten, become trivial or a necessary evil.
The branding and packaging design below was created for CS Electric, Angelina Pischikova, Anna Orlovskaya and Yury Rumovski are the artists behind the project.
Starmanda has created vector terrariums of a few well known original Pokemon. Each Pokemon encapsulates the nature of their elements in some way, showing off the uniqueness of each of them individually.
Duffy London has created this stunning Ocean inspired coffee table that they have called the ‘Abyss Horizon’.
“Helbers Paris is the eponymous menswear label from the former Head of Menswear at Maison Margiela and ex Menswear Director at Louis Vuitton, Paul Helbers.
This year’s finalists of the Royal Society Publishing Photography Competition were chosen from over 1000 entries that consisted of scientists and alike, who’s task was to take biological photographs and submit their absolute favorite.
Auf Wiedersehen aka Jacqueline Smith created the unique illustrations below, she currently lives and works in Melbourne, Australia. She draws and watercolours shy girls for us to comfort and sculpts tiny landscapes for us to explore, toeing the border between reality and the secrets worlds of our im
This week Design Cuts has launched a new design bundle jam-packed with hand-made vectors, including some of my own products!
Freelance landscape photographer Fabian Krueger is currently based in Leverkusen, Germany. This article features images from his recent trip to the Allgäu Alps in Bavaria, Germany. Fabian has had an Honorable Mention in the 10th and 11th International Photography Awards.
The British Wildlife Photography Awards have announced the winners for 2016. The awards celebrate the work of amateur and professional photographers and the beauty and diversity of British wildlife.
The food art below is by food stylist and culinary creative director Anna Keville Joyce. She is currently based out of Buenos Aires, Argentina, and New York City.
Irina Muravyova and Ilya Nodia are the artists behind this elderly portrait photography project. It features beautiful images of elderly people smiling.
This branding project was created by Another Collective for Quinta das Bordaleiras. Another Collective is a design studio based in Matosinhos.
Manon Richard aka Papillon9 is based in Canada and creates the magical glow in the dark bookmarks below as well as other products such as; pendants, earrings, rings and more.
Whales have to be one of my favourite sea creatures, they are so majestic and breathtaking to watch. The spectacular whale photography below is by Audun Rikardsen, he is a Professor in freshwater and marine biology at the University of Tromsø and a Scientific Advisor at the Norwegian Institute for Nature Research.
Courtney Mattison’s ceramic coral reefs are all intricately hand-sculptured, her aim is to inspire people to conserve our changing seas.