Quick approach to the work of Canadian designer Emmanuelle Walker, who is specialized in doing 2D and 3D animations.
I certainly am in love with Natalyia’s sketches! I always wonder how easily can creative persons make something out of a sheet of paper, don’t you? Enjoy!
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It’s finally friday! I hope you all had a good week! And to finish it even better, here you have 5 fun links+images!
– Nice idea if you have a gift to buy for a kid
– Ana Botella haciendo cosas, a very funny Tumblr, only for those who know who that evil woman is (in spanish)
– Would you like a Hobbit-inspired house?
– Honeycomb balls look easy to do but I don’t believe so
Scroll down to see some bring some light into your journey.
It’s from talented artist Cecilia Alfonso.
Charles Santoso, an artist currently residing in Sydney seemed to be bored with his job or school or whatever he spents his journeys on. I say it seems because a few months ago he created a blog, and therefore a project called Daily Random Word Doodle. He asks to his followers in Twitter to suggest a word, and then he picks up the first word that someone tweets. Then, he creates a digital illustration for each word and upload it in his blog.
Apparently, this allows him to keep him creative and I guess that he also takes pleasure out of it, judging by how fun the results are. It is a wonderful work of detail, humour and drawing techinque. Nevertheless I have to warn you that he doesn’t consider the drawings “finished” and they are just “doodles”. But I guess you and I both will agree that they look pretty fine to us…
I would strongly reccomend you to check out his other works, they really are amazing.
Bea Crespo’s illustrations are special and creative, and they make us travel to her magic universe of pale colours and fantastic characters. She has worked for magazines such as le Cool, The Clerkenwell Post or Fricote Magazine.
She call her projects “Beadas“, coming from her name Bea. With her illustrations I wish you all a happy monday!
In this new video selection you’ll find a bit of art, a bit of good cinema and a bit of clever advertising. For once, everything is European. The great New York illustration has ben made by english designer Patrick Vale. The short movie (only in french, sorry!) was directed by Émilie Cherpitel. Finally, the Volkswagen Golf Rabbit commercial is currently broadcasted in Spain. Enjoy!
Ice cream best times are almost over, and soon we all be hearing nothing but Christmas songs. To celebrate the start of what could easily be the last warm weekend, here you have some creative pieces that have ice creams as the main topic. Now that I think..who said we couldn’t eat ice cream in winter? : )
Illustration by Nacho Diaz
Illustration by Klas Fahlen.
I’ve tried to give credit for all the images, but for some of them it seems impossible to find out who’s the author. Please don’t hesitate and let me know if you are aware to whom they might be.
Oh, and did I told you Fünf Gemüse is also on Pinterest?
Siesta is a spanish word and you all know what it means, appearing in most dictionaires around the world. But there are some words, like Schadenfraude in German that don’t have a direct translation in any language. This is what has probably inspired Irish illustrator Fuchsia Macaree to create this Untranslatable Dictonary Illustration.
I believe it’s a “Renao”!