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Happy & Red RUSter Candy - adorable lollipop shape and packaging. (Want more? See NOTCOT.org and NOTCOT.com)
Christopher Konecki’s vibrant paintings, sculptures, and murals distort and create surreal artifacts out of urban landscapes.
Newfields, a Place for Nature & the Arts in Indianapolis, IN has a great logo by Young & Laramore. (Want more?
The main thing that separates a good site from a great site is how easy it is to navigate. If the links aren’t consistent throughout the site and the viewer gets more and more lost the deeper they go into your site, eventually they will become so frustrated they will leave. Or if the content is laid out in a manner that a dozen clicks are required just to get the information they’re looking for, they’ll leave. Let’s take a look at these few web sites that I think are in a league of their own in regards to navigation.
Designed by Laurindo Marta for WEWOOD, X2 is a versatile bookshelf in 100% solid oak with a high-level of customization, once it is made from two blocks with the same size that allow a free composition.
Feeling nostalgic? Illustrator, photographer, and LEGO-builder extraordinaire Chris Mcveigh has a knack for toy brick building.
Drinkin' Smokin' & West Coastin': A Group Love/Hate Letter to LA opens tonight at the Think Tank Gallery in DTLA - and that just the beginning of an epic month of events, installations, and quite the roster of artists.
Janaina Mello Landini's work may appear as representations of the circulatory system of the human body or roots from the natural world.
Image by trans.disney and featured with permission Imagine if Cinderella never wanted to put on glass slippers and transform into the belle of the ball.
Who would have thought that time would be the main component for art? Lisa Folino has never strived to make a perfect photograph, in fact, she has embraced the imperfections and accidents in the photographic process.
Damon Belanger Damon Belanger, a local artist from San Carlos, created the stencil designs for his latest art project at his home before heading to downtown Redwood City where he draws it out in chalk and paints the design on the sidewalk.
1. Understanding the Natural Chemicals Within Magic Mushrooms Since 1968, scientists have explored the enzymatic process in magic mushrooms that produces its active chemical, psilocybin.
French designers Marion Pinaffo and Raphaël Pluvinage have designed a set of 13 electronic toys that are cut, folded and assembled from paper printed in special ink. The pair set out to create toys that would highlight the omnipresence of electronics, using paper printed with conductive or thermosensitive ink, and a kit of components such as batteries and propellors.
You may know artist Cj Hendry for her black and white work, including a Chanel perfume bottle and Kayne West’s face on a $100 bill.
Following the Ghost in the Shell cinematic adaption, years of Akira rumours and news of upcoming Bleach and Cowboy Bebop film releases, Death Note is the latest Japanese anime set to hit screens as a live-action film.
One designer has come up with a novel response to the urban space shortage in Valencia – slot a pop-up studio into the underside of a traffic bridge.
Whether your desk is messy or tidy, your walls adorned with pop culture posters or neatly framed art pieces, you could see yourself in one of these delightfully stereotypical designer character illustrations.
A Banksy piece that first appeared on the wall of public toilets in Shoreditch, east London has been rediscovered over a decade later.
We can easily recognize fonts and colors as if they were universal symbols, almost religious signs. In his last work Reilly, a Scottish graphic designer interested in luxury brands logos and their influence on society, questions our relationship with visual brand contents. He therefore makes fun of it, turning these elements into something else, at the opposite of their signification.
Australian sculptor John Abery has created a series of sculptures about childhood memories. The sculptures, which are primarily made of wood depict oversize ‘hyper-real’ items that are or were of significance to his and other people’s childhoods.