Imagine reading Tinder messages seemingly handwritten by Albert Einstein himself. That future is quickly approaching, thanks to a new Kickstarter project that lifts Einstein's handwriting and turns it into a fully realized font.
Jeremy Ennis, a natural science artist based in Seattle, applies the skills he learns from drawing intricate textures and patterns of the natural world to his incredible Star Wars-themed micro-illustrations.
GIFs are funny but fleeting; websites might convey more information—but if you really want to make a point, you design a poster. A new exhibition at the Cooper Hewitt focuses on the cultural impact of this persuasive graphic design medium and the science behind what makes posters in particular pack their visual punch.
George Georgiou's project is designed to look at the topography and migrations of London: to explore the increasing diversity of a major Western City as the movement of people continues to change both the urban landscape and the community within it.
Late last year, Tokyo-based architect Kazuyasu Kochi completed a renovation project of an old apartment building. Located in Chiba, a suburb of Tokyo, 'Apartment House' is a renovation of multi-family apartment into a single-family home by slicing out a portion of the center to reveal a void that connects the entire home. Each cross-section was then color-coded to delineate it.
To Thomas Struth, choosing what not to include in each frame is as important as what makes the cut. In his current show at London's Marian Goodman Gallery, it's especially important to read between the lines. On six epic expeditions across Israel and Palestine between 2009 and 2014, Struth chose to capture 'the banal, the hopeless, the unheroic'.
Indiana-based photographer Jennifer Van Elk, a huge fan of Wes Anderson, has decided to create a stylized wedding shoot as a tribute to the filmmaker, which will be featured in an upcoming issue of Utterly Engaged magazine.
This past weekend, Art Brussels filled the halls of Brussels Expo with a buzz quite similar to the one on the Belgian capital's art gallery-filled streets. Maskara, a Mumbai-based gallery, rubbed shoulders with New York galleries both established and young, while Cypriot gallery the Office joined no less than 50 Belgian galleries,
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