Author: rrdcreative

Friday 5: Smoked hammock

Hammock bath Splinter works designs a vessel hammock bath constructed from carbon fibre.     The animal kaleidoscope The vintage illustrations by Plus paper use a singular image to create an unending pattern.     Torq Nutcracker This heavy-duty tool is as handsome as it is strong. Available in matte black 3D Printed Steel.     Decorative Costumes Fun illustration series by artist Rohan Sharad Dahotre, utilizing photographs of wild animals and applies a variety of fanciful costumes.     Floppy disc London-based artist Nick Gentry uses recycled and obsolete technological materials as a base for his paintings ...

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Friday 5: Chop chop

Dune flatware Dune is an aluminum flatware set inspired by the concept of food design.     Portraits and figures Salman Khoshroo creates enormous portraits and figures using a palette knife.     Heng balance lamp The heng balance lamp is a kick starter for a desktop light that relies on a pair of magnets suspended on strings to pull an internal switch that turns the light on and off.     Vertigo-inducing room Artist Peter Kogler transforms ordinary galleries by coving the walls with dizzy wavy graphics.     Egg box The egg box By Otília Andrea Erdélyi is very minimalistic and waste friendly by using as little material as possible but enough to protect the eggs.    ...

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Friday 5: Tree-mendous illustrations

Adorable Pictures of Kids with Big Dogs Photographer Andy Seliverstoff captures portraits staging children and their big dog friends.     Enigmatic Night Photography Photographer Simon Lefebvre captures lights of the shops and gas stations on his enigmatic and poetic journey.     Scenic Illustrations on Wood Slices Illustrator Meni Chatzipanagiotou has produced a ongoing series of wood cut illustrations using acrylic, gouache, and pens.     Craig Davison, Painter and Sculptor Sheffield born artist, Craig Davison, is inspired by his own childhood memories and the games he played as a child. His paintings depict the dreams and aspirations of children through the clever use of their shadows.     Sam Spratt, Brooklyn-based illustrator An award winning illustrator and digital painter, Sam Spratt's artwork has graced the covers of  Rolling Stone and The Wall Street Journal. His work has been featured on PBS, Yahoo, Forbes, NME and MTV. He currently produces cover art and branding for the music industry, including music labels such as Universal, Warner, EMI, Def Jam, creating album art for Janelle...

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Friday 5: 360°

360° book Book designer Yusuke Oono creates small books that unfold into 360°.     Light scribbles Photographer Darren Pearson's light paintings of dinosaurs and other creatures.     Globes London based architect Amer TendToTravel sketches a series of globes.   Animal silhouettes Nikolai Tolstyh takes photos of paper animal silhouettes in a natural setting.     Mystical fog waves Nick Steinberg has taken a series of images over 8 years of fog waves in San Francisco.   ...

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Friday 5: Impasto perfect

Impasto Technique New York-based artist Michael Kagan creates oil paintings with an impasto technique featuring thick and aggressive brush strokes.     Smart electric bike made with portable battery Noordung revealed a vintage looking handmade electric bike featuring a portable battery.     3D paper collage portraits UK-based Italian artist Paola Bazz creates complex 3D paper collages using printed-paper recycled from magazines, catalogues and leaflets.     Pen & Acrylic London-based artist Radan Cicen creates complex figures using pen and acrylics.     Fine chocolate packaging Designer Raiane Girotto marbled packaging was inspired by the pattern formed when chocolate is melted.   ...

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Friday 5: ABC

36 Days of Type Designer Stefan Hurlemann takes part in the "36 days of type" creating a black and white typeface from A to Z.     Engraved Coins Engraver Shaun Hughes embellishes existing coin faces with different styles of floral scrollwork.     2016 Siena International Here are some of the winners of the Siena international photo awards.     Ethereal Rainbow An Ethereal Rainbow of Thread Fills a Gallery at the Toledo Museum of Art     Newspaper portraits Loui Jover is an Australian artist who creates portraits of women with black ink on newspaper.   ...

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Friday 5: Cityscape

  Illustrations of cityscapes Illustrator and graphic designer Romain Trystram shares with us his series of illustrations titled Neighbourhoods.   Mighty mug Mighty Mug, is the world’s only Mug that grips to your desk when knocked into, but lifts naturally.   [embed]https://vimeo.com/122338885[/embed]   Sandcastles Artist Calvin Seibert spent part of the summer on Rockaway Beach in Queens where he made quick work of erecting several of his trademark geometric sandcastles.     Supermoon Professionals and amateurs captured the supermoon, an uncommon phenomenon. Librottiglia A wine bottle with a book by Reverse Innovation.   ...

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Friday 5: Ashes to ashes

A Life Artist Agelio batle creates a life-size graphite skeleton that vibrates to draw itself into nothingness.     The tiny paper metropolis Artist Charles Young created this little paper world exploring different architectural forms through paper.     Intricate Mandalas Artist Asmahan A. Mosleh spends 8 to 54 hours on a single mandala, publishing photos of her intricate works on her Instagram.     Animal Renders Elegant wireframe animal renderings by 3D artist Mat Szulik.     Amazonian video projection French photographer and street artist Philippe Echaroux creates stunning video projections of Indians in the Amazonian Forest to raise awareness of deforestation.   ...

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Friday 5: Pen to paper

Pen drawings Illustrator Kerby Rosanes works mainly with black pens to create wonderful pictures.     Fly away Artist Pejac found an abandoned warehouse and utilized the cracked glass to create a flock of birds.     The street vendors Aerial shots of the bright and colorful goods sold by street vendors in Vietnam by photographer Loes Heerink.     Whitebites Cecilia Uhr created clever packaging integrating the product inside.     Three-dimensional City Isidro Blasco uses digital images and building materials to create large and small scale three-dimensional environments.   ...

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