Banners can be important to businesses of all shapes and sizes, they represent you, your business and what makes you different from everyone else. In this post Owen Gough answers all the questions you’ve ever had about banners. Click here to read it.
We don’t share as much art and design as we used to on this blog, but these creative street signs by artist Michael Pederson are definitely worth talking about. The humorous signs have been designed to look like legitimate street signs in public spaces around… Read more »
A creative father is bringing his 6-year-old son’s cute drawings to life in a series of hilarious, and sometimes horrifying photoshop mashups. The child, Dom, draws whatever he likes from people, to animals, cars and boats. His Dad then takes the unusual drawings and turns… Read more »
We love this! Originally posted on Reddit this is the most impressive example of ‘Latte art’ we’ve ever seen. The melting clock foaming over the edge of the mug is a modern recreation of Salvador Dali’s famous 1931 painting, ‘Persistence of Memory’. The original piece… Read more »
The history, meaning and theory behind colours is fascinating. None more so than the colour blue, which just happens to be my favourite of all the colours. As you can image I was very excited when I saw a blog titled “The history and meaning… Read more »
Stephen Knapp has been using light for over thirty years to create stunning light installations. Using a minimal amount of tools he harnesses light and dichroic glass to beam a range of colours against walls. He does not plan his installations beforehand, they are simply… Read more »
Johan Thörnqvist is a Swedish illustrator, whose most recent project has seen him transform everyday lifeless and boring photographs into something unique and captivating. The process was fairly straightforward – Johan would snap a photograph and illustrate something exciting and extravagant on top of them…. Read more »
Surreal Collages by Eugia Loli.
Collage artist Eugenia Loli uses photography scanned from vintage magazines and science publications to create bizarre visual narratives that borrow from aspects of pop art, dad and traditional surrealism. Loli’s background is almost as diverse as the imagery… Read more »