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  • Anna Salmi, made in gif

  • You feel the world is hoplessly gifified? It’s time for experts to take control. Young illustrator Anna Salmi combines her drawing skills with one of today’s web hypes, creating dreamy worlds and scenarios that creatively take life. Graduate in graphic design at the Aalto University in Espoo, Finland, she has alrea[...]
  • Election day!

  • For the election day, AIGA‘s Get Out the Vote campaign uses design to motivate the American public to register and turn out to vote. Launched on President’s Day, in partnership with the League of Women Voters, AIGA civic engagement initiative presents an online gallery of nonpartisan posters from more than 700 desi[...]
  • Floor plans from your favourite TV shows

  • Breaking Bad, Buffy, Arrested Development and Mr. Robot, to name a few, have no secrets anymore. The floor plans of your favourite TV shows' houses have been revealed in an ongoing project by Ben Sanford and real estate agency site Homes.com. We have open space flats, mansions, multiple floor houses, and very artic[...]
  • Super Museums!

  • Specialized in digital production, with Super Museums Briktop illustrates eight major international museums as if they were – and they actually are – fantastic architecture stars. Completed with a short video that assembles the main architectural components of each museum, the project ends with a survey on our favo[...]
  • Vito Nesta, un'ode alla bellezza

  • Vito Nesta propone una nuova collezione di carte da parati per Texturae, ispirate al Giappone e alla bellezza delle donne nipponiche. Masami e Kazumi, che rispettivamente significano bellezza ed eleganza, offrono uno sguardo intimo ad un Giappone meno conosciuto e mitico, che si cela dietro un fitto canneto e tra l[...]
  • Francesco Lupia, Murus Aeternus

  • Francesco Lupia presenta un progetto illustrativo nato come una serie di collage digitali riguardo alla nascita dell'architettura. Attraverso queste illustrazioni viene allegoricamente inteso il concetto di architettura come due muri bianchi, paralleli all'equatore presenti ancora prima dell'uomo. L'uomo ha, quindi, [...]
  • Plant: Exploring the Botanical World

  • Featuring 300 of the most beautiful and pioneering botanical images, Plant: Exploring the Botanical World is Phaidon's latest release for plant lovers. The book is a survey that celebrates the beauty and diversity of plants. It combines photographs and cutting-edge micrograph scans with watercolours, drawings, and pr[...]
  • Il viaggio di Anna Sutor

  • Il tema del viaggio, della fuga dalla realtà o dalla quotidianità è ricorrente nelle immagini dell’illustratrice Anna Sutor. I personaggi che popolano le sue illustrazioni, anche quando immersi in frenetici paesaggi metropolitani, sognano orizzonti lontani, terre esotiche dalla vegetazione rigogliosissima, siano es[...]
  • Archiplan: planimetric graphology

  • In this illustration project, Federico Babina interpreted the planimetric language of some architects, modeling them in a schedule made out of labyrinths. 26 planimetric daedals that define a sort of alphabet composed of ideograms through which talk about architecture. The architectural plan is a formula to order th[...]
  • Dorothy: inside the original Mac

  • Dorothy’s new cutaway print Inside the original Mac opens up to an imaginary world going on inside a design classic. Full of hidden references, the tiny inhabitants keep very busy when nobody is watching. The Apple Macintosh (later know as the Macintosh 128k) was launched with an Orwellian inspired commercial direc[...]
  • Riccardo Guasco: Tribute to Munari

  • “...mescolate i disegni, cambiate i colori degli occhi, abituiamoci a guardare il mondo con gli occhi degli altri…” Bruno Munari Adoro la chiarezza e la semplicità di pensiero di Bruno Munari, per questo motivo è stato uno dei primi artisti che ho scelto per un personale progetto dal titolo “duetti” in cui immagino di[...]
  • Mies Comes To California

  • In the following series of images, I used David Hockney and Mies van der Rohe as the main subject for the collages. David Hockney moved to Californi in the late 1960’s where he painted a series of pictures that arguably defined the California Aesthetic. One of his most iconic paintings, A Bigger Splash, is flat, colorf[...]