New York-based illustrator and designer Amanda Penley's project, ‘Harry Potter & Magical Locations’, is a series of animated illustrations that show the magical properties and characteristics of each location.
The latest street art creations by the Spanish artist Pejac, who takes advantage of his trip across Asia to create amusing artworks between creative street art and urban hijacking, playing with Asian culture icons. You will find references to the famous print The Great Wave of Kanagawa by Hokusai or to the mythical dragon from the Chinese legends.
After the Walkie Talkie, here is a trio of Trimphones: New York-based architect Daniel Libeskind has unveiled designs for three towers to be built near the new AS Roma football stadium, with the tallest reaching 220 metres in height.
If you are just beginning as a graphic designer, you should be knee-deep in typography, learning how to use it properly and how to speak about it using proper terminology. This is by no means an exhaustive list of typographic terms, but getting to know these and how to apply them will go a long way toward developing anyone as a typographer and designer.
Author Kit Caless discovered the chain has unique carpets in every one of its 950 pubs, inspired by either the building or name of the pub. He first began documenting the phenomenon in his blog wetherspoonscarpets.tumblr.com, which posed the question: 'are any two Wetherspoon carpets the same?'
aA’ Design Awards has recently announced the best designs of 2015-2016. With a total of 1277 winners from 88 countries in 94 different design disciplines, including packaging design, advertising, marketing and communication design, photography and photo manipulation design, graphics and visual communication design and interior space and exhibition design.
One of the most intriguing, if least openly discussed, mysteries in art has been resolved. Michelangelo's David is meant to be a representation in marble of the perfect male form. So why did his creator not make him - how would one say - a little better endowed?
Exploring the phenomenon of optical illusions and how they often trick us into assuming that fonts look 'equal', one of the world’s leading typeface designers, Tobias Frere-Jones, delves deep into the mechanics of managing degrees of weight across various letterforms to create visually consistent typography.
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