Even to a seasoned carnivore, the meat aisle can be a bit nauseating if you stay too long. The steaks sit there, looking at you, their red flesh smushed against plastic wrap like faces pressed against a window.
Not my bag (being vegetarian), but an interesting depiction of some BIG BIG numbers...
Typography is more like art these days, and these Star Wars-inspired prints prove it. Produced by 17th and Oak, these illustrations feature a unique quote from The Empire Strikes Back and a character from the highly revered franchise.
You can have your baby's shoes dipped in gold, your child's milk teeth turned into jewellery, and even your foetus scanned and cast in resin.
And now you can have your children's scribbles immortalised in stone, thanks to a project by Spanish designer Bernat Cuni. Crayon Creaturesis a new service that takes your child's drawings, transforms them into a digital model, then provides you with a 3D-printed version – in full colour.
What a fantastic concept :-)
Once again, 3D printers bringing something new to the party.
Plain Dealer Don Allen, 'nose art' artist of World War II, featured in documentary Plain Dealer Allen is featured in a new documentary, "Nose Art and Pin-Ups," made by British filmmaker Gail Downey, who traveled across America in search of artists...
In May of 1961, President John F. Kennedy made a promise to put a man on the Moon--and return him back safely--by the end of the decade. Somehow, it worked.Over 50 years later, it’s easy to forget how ambitious Kennedy’s promise was.
This is interesting. Apparently Top Gear magazine offer a pre-paid page space in each edition of the mag for a selected agency to supply an ad, so long as it is based on road safety. What a great idea. The above was from Draft FCB Amsterdam.