From Brooklyn - Sao Paulo to Brooklyn - New York, Mundano has spread his art all over the place. His graffiti art is full of meanings and colors and can be seen in every corner of one of the largest concrete jungles of the world which is Sao Paulo, check out this great graffiti artist that speaks the truth.
What's the point of building skyscrapers? Would that be to show power? Or is it just the necessity of making more money from just one building? It definitely costs more to be build. Perhaps it's that they want to be closer to god and heaven but in reality this type of construction, the skyscrapers, has become a trend. With powerful structures in forms that resemble rockets ready to take off, this buildings scrap the sky and simply define some of the skylines of the most important cities of the world.
I have been researching for a personal project I am working on in characted design. While I was surfing on Behance I stumbled on the Johnathan Ball's profile, a digital artists from Newport, UK. I was really impressed by the quality of Jonathan's work. The 3D characters are very funny and well done. Also he has done work for big clients such as MTV, BBC, Sony, BBC and others.
Yes, a typography series post starts today and you here to witness the beginning of a long series of inspiration. As we always looking to improve and interact with you by showing the best of the best in visual imagery. So tell you friends, your pops and your pets. We got some crazy typography over here!
One of the most beautiful things in life is Nature. We could live 200 years and yet, we'd still not get to enjoy all there is to be seen. So, since you probably will keep being a busy person, without time to do nothing, you should at least STOP and watch the sunset from time to time.
That will remind you of how tiny we are and how life moves pretty fast. Or at least you'll get a good time. Also, you should all visit each photographer's photostream at flickr. These guys put lots of effort in these pictures! Let's show them our appreciation! Quoting Ferris Buller:
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The Poland photographer Sebastian Szwajczak has more than 14 years of experience in Fashion and Advertising Photography. His portfolio is so eyecandy that you have to look for yourself, with a high use of colors and lightning each photos is incredible.
Design a logo is just a part of the process of creating a visual identity. There are so many different applications that we, as designers, have to think about and then design them. That can be business cards, brochures, envelopes and other collaterals. Now, it's very important to have in mind that this process is not simply placing the logo and that's it. Every piece has to be thought and created to commnunicate the goals and image of the company we're designing for.
This week on Designers Book Shelf I got a lot of reading suggestions for you. Every Tuesday I will be posting new suggestions of books for designers and everyone that loves design and art in general. Check out what I have for you this week and stay tuned for more next week.
I think it's really great when we get to see a set of illustration from the same artist, because we actually don't see that so often. So, I was looking for a print to buy at DeviantART the other day, and found this great spanish artist, Javier Gonzalez Pacheco.
Here are some great illustrations of this set featuring little colored squares... really stylish. Also, he's got some sweet sets in his portfolio, and you should really check them out! He'll appreciate it! I hope you enjoy these! Cheers. ;)