• Super flemish

    Awesome series of heroes and villains in the 17th century by french photographer Sacha Goldberger.

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  • Ceramic objects

    Artist by Matthew Chambers, for the last 8 years has been working from a 215 square foot studio in Newport on the Isle of Wight where he creates each piece without the aid of sketches or designs, preferring to experiment as he works. Each “layer” is an individual section thrown on a potter’s wheel which he then assembles with other layers to make a solid sculpture. How something so precisely geometric can be formed from clay by hand is nothing short of astounding.

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  • Made You Look

    New work for the New York Post from Goodby, Silverstein N.Y.

    What do you guys think?

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  • Downcity Outfitters

    Mexican design studio Anagrama has created a beautiful identity for Downcity Outfitters, a specialized boutique in Providence, Rhode Island that sells premium outdoors clothing and gear. 

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  • Warning

     Ohio-based creative Artist Sharareh Khosravani has crafted a huge sculpture made from cheese puffs in the shape of a revolver.

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  • Script Studies

    Awesome typography by Ohio-based hand-letterer & graphic designer Christopher Craig.

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  • Lips

    Switzerland-based illustrator and artist Christo Dagorov created an awesome series of pencil drawings that transform the texture of lips into trees, the aerial layout of a city, and even other human forms. 

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  • Mother Book

    Kishokai “Mother Book,” created by Dentsu Nagoya to promote the pharma company’s Bell-Net Obstetrics product, is a book that takes expectant mothers through the 40 weeks of their pregnancy. 

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  • Isla de Fuego

    Beautiful shots of Tierra del Fuego—literally Land of Fire, an island near the southern tip of South America. These shots were captured by German photographer Lars Focke.

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  • Architectural Cycle Prints

    Singapore Creative Director Thomas Yang over at 100copies has created awesome architecture prints using bicycle tire treads.

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  • Characters

    Awesome T-shirt designs for threadless by Chilean illustration studio New Fren.

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  • The Fog

    These stunning shots of fog were captured  in the mountain ranges of Central Europe by German photographer Kilian Schönberger.

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  • Van Gogh-Roosegaarde Bicycle Path

    illuminated bike path in Nuenen, Netherlands was just unveiled tonight by Studio Roosegaarde. The swirling patterns used on the kilometer-long Van Gogh-Roosegaarde Bicycle Path were inspired by painter Vincent van Gogh and is lit at night by both special paint that charges in daylight and embedded LEDs that are powered by a nearby solar array. 

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  • The ClickBait Project  

    A project created by Shauna Lynn Panczyszyn to chronicle and letter some of the most ridiculous clickbait articles. 

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  • New York City

    The streets of NYC from the eyes of Italian photographer Paolo Pettigiani.

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  • Animated letters

    Beautiful series of animated letters by French design Louis Mallart. Each letter functions separately and the work explores the form of letters in an experimental way. 

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  • Buzz Launcher

    Korean creative duo Lee June Hyeong and Ahn Jae-woo have created a stunning identity for Buzz Launcher, a service that competes for first prize in the platform market share of Android launcher. 

  • Geometric Paper Sculptures

    German based artist Wolfram Kampffmeyer creates awesome geometric paper animal sculptures in elegant pastel colours.


    To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, the LICHTGRENZE (The Border of Lights) an extraordinary light installation will be produced, following the former route of the so-called Berliner Mauer.

    The brothers Christopher Bauder and Marc Bauder conceived the idea in 2011, supported by the Robert-Havemann-Gesellschaft e.V. and developed with the help of Kulturprojekte Berlin GmbH.