French creative duo Zim & Zou never cease to amaze me. Their latest colourful paper universe was for the window display of the new Hermès store in Dubai at the Mall of the Emirates. Titled ‘Forest Folks’, the duo adds a little magic into the retail world by creating two different scenes referencing a fairytale world including oversized mushrooms, florals, and whimsical creatures. . . .
I just stumbled across Samorost 3 and it's hands-down the most beautiful game I've ever come across. Okay, I don't exactly play many games at all - but every new scene and world provide you with some serious visual eyecandy. Samarost 3 is a puzzle point-and-click adventure game developed by Amanita Design, starring a small, white-clad humanoid with a little cap and brown boots. Each character . . .
IT'S CHRISTMAS WEEK! DAY 6/7 I bet some of you were feeling like this when you woke up this morning... Via Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards . . .
My colour explosion on Instagram, showcasing inspiration revolving around a single colour. ORANGE Featuring: VΞL▲ZCO | Boston.com | AIGA Design | Ryan Romanes | Marcello Barenghi | Wright Kitchen | Fac_610 | Drye | Alex Louisa . . .
Witchoria (aka. Brooklyn-based graphic designer Victoria Siemer) created a series of photographs which blends geometric shapes into natural landscapes to produce fragmented reflections within each image. The lines between reality and fiction are blurred as the elements start to blend into each other. A beauty that is created based on nature and the constructs of photo manipulation . . .
My colour explosion on Instagram, showcasing inspiration revolving around a single colour. GREEN Featuring: Lancia Trendvisions | Anna Mo | Gretchen Röehrs | Alonsa Guevara | Ja Soon Kim | Paula Bonet | Adam Hale | Unknown | Mark Handy . . .
Philip Karlberg is a Swedish still life photographer who often finds his inspiration in nature. Karlberg collects trash whenever he can and attempts to clean up even the most remote of places. This sparked the inspiration for this new series titled “Debris”, where he stylistically put together his finds and shot these still lifes in his studio. "His photos are characterized by a pristine, . . .
This photograph is brilliant - the wonders of mixing up nine explorers, a fisheye lens, a snowy mountain and a drone. via The Verge. . . .
With a creative mind and a whole lot of patience, Motoi Yamamoto created a sculpture named “Forest of Beyond”, solely using grains of salt. The massively intricate installation resembles the roots of a tree and was displayed at the Hakone Open Air Museum. Attendees were asked to help dissemble it bit by bit, by taking the salt with them and returning it to the sea to create a complete . . .
Photographer Francisco Negroni managed to capture an erupting volcano in Chile, right in the middle of a lightning storm. Talk about timing - these photos are amazing. That's not something that any of us would like to be caught in... via Airows . . .