Italian graphic designer Emanuele Abrate has come up with an interesting project titled ‘Who Designed it?’, in which he substitutes wordmarks of famous logos with the names of the designers and agencies who created them.
Street Art, by David Zinn
David Zinn is a street artist specializing in small-scale, improvised and (mostly) light-hearted chalk art.
Shadowology, by Vincent Bal
Belgium-based illustrator and filmmaker Vincent Bal sees the playful potential of shadows cast by eyeglasses, a peeled clementine, and other household objects. His clever illustrations are part of an ongoing Shadowology project.
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Pantone 2022 Color of the Year: Very Peri
Displaying a carefree confidence and a daring curiosity that animates our creative spirit, inquisitive and intriguing PANTONE 17-3938 Very Peri helps us to embrace this altered landscape of possibilities, opening us up to a new vision as we rewrite our lives. Rekindling gratitude for some of the qualities that blue represents complemented by a new perspective that resonates today, PANTONE 17-3938 Very Peri places the future ahead in a new light.
Coffee Paintings, by Giulia Bernardelli
Italians are known for their love of coffee, but while most enjoy espresso for its taste, artist Giulia Bernardelli appreciates it for its creative potential. She turns spilled coffee into works of art that look like detailed watercolor paintings.
MTA Map, Inspired by Massimo Vignelli
New York City’s subway system has a new map with a very old design concept, inspired by Massimo Vignelli‘s 1972 classic. Read more
Thin Places, by Brendon Burton
In his ongoing series titled Thin Places, Portland-based photographer Brendon Burton documents battered houses that stand alone in barren fields, amidst an encroaching marsh, or at the edge of the mountain. The decrepit structures have been Burton’s preferred subject matter since 2011 when he began seeking abandoned buildings across the continent that exude a sense of impermanence and the uncanny. “This series is for the sake of satisfying my curiosity about the past and exploring isolated parts of North America. It mixes archeology with fantasy,” he says.
(via This is Colossal)