German photographer Andreas Levers has a portfolio that I could spend hours flicking through. My favourite collection is his bleached out, desaturated ‘Modern World’ series. A collection that features bold lines, strong symmetries and barely any people or traffic, lending the photographs… Continue Reading →
Eszter Laki has an amazing portfolio of branding under her belt. She manages to combine a high-level of detail with a great minimalist feel. Not over-designed, not under-designed, but just right. Take a look at a small collection of some of… Continue Reading →
I’ve featured the great lettering work of Bryan Todd on the blog before, and he’s since worked on a lot of very cool projects that I wanted to share with you today. From giant murals to coffee packaging, if it’s… Continue Reading →
Viktor Egyed is a ‘landscape, nature and fine art amateur photographer’ from Slovakia. He has a really great eye for light and reflection, creating captivating and hauntingly beautiful photographs. Here is a small selection of his work, mostly shot in Eastern Europe. Be… Continue Reading →
Bravo is hands down one of my favourite branding studios to follow. Their work is seriously cool and I can’t help but feel excited every time they publish a new project. This being said, I realised I haven’t featured anything of theirs… Continue Reading →
This week I have fallen head over heels for Vera van Wolferen, a Dutch artist and set designer and self-proclaimed ‘Princess of Cardboard Fairyland’. I for one would agree. Her work is intricate, whimsical and really fun to look at.