Santa Barbara, California native Morgan Maassen photographs the biggest stars in surfing using beautiful colour, motion and quiet intimacy. Morgan has recently released a motion reel of the past two years featuring plenty of surfing, beautiful landscapes and people.
Germen Crew and the government of Mexico joined forces to rehabilitate and beautify the district of Palmitas in Pachuca in Mexico. This project englobes 20 thousand square meters of painted surfaces over 209 houses which will directly benefit 452 families and 1808 people.
fuses a centuries-old craft of japanese woodblock printing with characters from Star Wars. The set of three prints reimagines the films’ figures and settings in the style of ukioy-e, which is a popular Edo-era genre depicting the likes of kabuki actors, sumo wrestlers, and landscapes.
Mumbai Illustrator and calligrapher Sabeena Karnik’s creates beautiful paper typography using vibrant colours. You can find Sabeena on Instagram too where she posts pieces she’s been working on and finished. You can find her Instagram here.
German based designer Doreen Baldauf created a beautiful little brand for her own wedding. She created the stationary to represent her and her husbands style. He is very organized and she is the creative chaos. Together they form a symbiosis.
BBDO Atlanta creative director Stephen McMennamy has created a project featuring clever pairs of pictures spliced into single images. The images often play with scale and involve various types of food.
A temporary public art installation by artist Brian Kane created to relieve stress on ones daily commute. Using a set of billboards along two Massachusetts highways, Brian uses beautiful photography of surrounding natural environments to promote the stress free commute.
Stockholm based creative agency Lobby Design has created an awesome identity for top chef Marcus Samuelssons latest restaurant. . It is a taqueria located in Malmö, inspired by the street life of New York and the cultural diversity of Malmö.
Glass artist Ben Young latest sculptural works are made from layers of cut laminate window panes. Each of Young’s sculptural works are hand drawn, hand cut and handcrafted from clear sheet float glass made for windows, then laminated layer upon layer to create the final form.
British artist Nathan Walsh creates urban landscapes painted atop precise graphite sketches. Walsh first draws an elaborate blueprint of sorts by establishing a horizon line and a host of perspective strategies that varies from piece to piece. This is followed by several months of painting with oils to achieve the final landscape that appears to be a strange hybrid of both illustrative and photorealistic styles.
Oslo-based photographer Johan Georget captures beautiful images from his travels through Asia, Oceania and Africa. After spending over three years in Bangkok and 4 years in Melbourne, he currently resides in Oslo, Norway.
Great spot by advertising agency adam&eveDDB, UK for Harvey Nichols.
“Using security footage taken from our stores, watch some of our cheeky visitors attempt to abscond with the latest must-have items. Faces have been obscured to protect the guilty. If only they realised there was a better way to get a freebie (and legally too)…”
Canadian photographer Derek Kind has captured beautiful landscape shots from North America and aboard. He’s always been an enthusiastic traveller, his camera has been a constant companion at home and abroad – including trips to Iceland, Israel, New England and the western United States.
In this ongoing series Hamburg-based photographer Klaus Frahm gives us a rare glimpse behind several European theaters. Shot from the back of the stage looking towards the audience, the photos reveal the contrast between the classical facade of the auditoriums and the technological scaffolding that creates the theatrical production.