Brazilian artist William Kass’ Minimize-Food puts tiny people into clever situations with full-sized food.
"This project began from the theory that humans are made of cosmic matter as a result of a stars death. I created imagery that showcased this cosmic birth through the use of dust and reflective confetti to create galaxies. The models organic bodily expressions as they are frozen in time between the particles suggest their celestial creation. In addition, space and time is heightened by the use of three-dimensional animated gifs. Their movement serves as a visual metaphor to the spatial link we share with stars as well as their separateness through time." - Ignacio Torres
Stockholm-based creative agency SNASK has created a fantastic poster for the Malmö Festival 2014—it is made up of gigantic, brightly colored, three-dimensional letters, numbers and shapes.
Instead of existing just in print and on screens, this eye-catching poster takes up an entire physical area—put together by hand, this epic design took “900 hours, 14 people, 175 liters of paint, 280 plywood boards and 10,000 nails” to complete.
In addition to appearing on the festival poster, this delightful creation would be installed at the Central Park in Malmö, where visitors would be able to climb, sit on and take pictures with this “biggest design poster ever made”.
To photograph this poster, one would have to do so from a crane, 30 meters up in the air.
New York stand-up comedian Demetri Martin has created a collection of illustrations featuring the types of airplane sleep positions.
The humorous illustrations start with ‘The Standard’ sleeping position and progress to more exaggerated positions such as ‘The Friendly Neighbor’ and ‘The Centipede’.
Boston-based photographer Ed Freeman has captured a series of photographs that showcases the small desert towns in Southern California.
His collection features unique and lonely buildings that he has spotted on his journey through Southern California, including old motels, diners and even an old church.
The digitally enhanced images are published in his book titled Desert Realty.
Artist Aaskash Nihalani, previously featured for his playful and interactive geometric street art, has created yet another awesome series of artworks entitled “Landline”.
He creates optical illusions where he connects people together by “skewering” them with his signature geometric shapes made out of neon tape.
Artist Jim Dingilian draws inside of smoke filled glass bottles by attaching his tools to a dowel and then etching away the soot. He believes the bottles serve as a window to an unknown person’s memories.
Paris-based graphic designer Simon Delart has given famous soundtracks a makeover by redesigning their album covers.
Other than a completely new look for the covers, an impressive detail to note is Delart’s use of only triangles to form the images.
The artist stated on his website that his works represent “a big homage to all those famous composer who bring to us so many great movie soundtracks”.
His collection features soundtracks of Star Wars, Jurassic Park, Inception and more.