Photographer Alan Lawrence’s son Wil was born with Down syndrome, whenever he would crawl around on the floor, he’d attempt to lift his legs in the air and flap his arms, making his parents think that he was trying to fly.
Inspired by Wil Alan created a series of photographs showing his son flying. Alan would hold his son up in the air and later edited himself out out of the photograph to create the illusion of Wil flying.
Manila based Graphic designer June Digann has been creating small sized works of art on her Instagram in the form typographic watercolour pieces. Check out and follow Digann’s daily project on her Instagram here.
French artists Zim&Zou is composed of Lucie THOMAS, born in the Vosges in 1987, and Thibault ZIMMERMANN, born in Paris in 1986. They studied graphic design (design, publishing, advertising) during three years. They decided to focus on installations using handcrafted objects made out of tangible materials such as paper, wood, thread, etc.
Design studio Post has created an identity for Husler & Rose, an online boutique selling furniture, homewares and lifestyle pieces. The identity is constructed from overlaid blocks of colour and pattern.
Mexican design studio Anagrama has created another beautiful identity for Botanero Moritas a traditional Mexican cantina located in San Pedro Garza García, México, distinguished by its regional cuisine typical of Northern Mexico. The cantina was founded in 1939, making it a distinctive site that is rich in both tradition and history. Botanero Moritas is targeted towards young adults who are looking to enjoy good food, drinks, and a classic experience.
French illustrator Thomas Lamadieu travels the world to photograph the spaces between buildings which he using for his illustrations. To capture these photographs Lamadieu has visited Spain, South Korea, Germany, France, Canada and the United States in the last year.
Photographer Corey Arnold spent seven years in the icy winter aboard the vessel f/v Rollo hauling in crabs and other sea creatures. His two cameras, which he kept wrapped in Ziploc bags and duct tape on his bunk, served to document the extraordinary experience of working in one of the world’s most dangerous professions.
Design studio Pentagram created Eartmojis for the People’s Climate March in London last Saturday. The signs reflected how social media has altered protest, allowing dissent to take place online as well as on the streets.
Simply beautiful identity created by Toronto based design shop Blok Design. Cumbrae’s a high-end butcher shop whose owner is an industry pioneer, one of the first to raise meats using natural practices. If you’re local you can find the shop along Queen West.
Ghana-based artist Enam Bosokah draws stunning portraits capturing incredible detail using only a blue ballpoint pen. The realistic portrait drawings depict world leaders, writers, as well as children and couples.
Design student Sara Marshall's lettering project transforms the logos of familiar brands into stylish calligraphy. The goal of the project was to bring hand-treated and flowery nature of hand lettering into the cold corporate world.