Urwerk is a watchmaking company, created in 1995 at a meeting of the two brothers, Felix and Thomas Baumgartner, both watchmakers, and their friend Martin Frei, an artist and designer. Their goal is the development and new conception of expensive watches. The company is based in Geneva, Switzerland. [ Continue Reading ]
Men, have you ever been so frustrated with the bombardment of lavender and vanilla infused cleansing products that it made you wish you could have something that would let the animal inside of you out everytime you showered? Well now you can thanks to this amazing new product! Lol, I came across this animation video and thought I’d do a little digging to see what else I could find. It was made by Colin Bennett of Colin Bennett Media. He does everything from animation, to tutoring, to commercial projects as well. You have to check out his other work, it’s incredibly cool! See the video… [ Continue Reading ]
Brazilian illustrator, digital artist and designer Leandro Lima are filled with circular movement. The figures and designs within the illustrations are connected to one another through their colours and circularity. The interest in these pieces lies in the constant searching of the eye, around and around, from one person or animal or swirl or design to the next. Also, there is a feeling of emotion in many of them, the mask falling and breaking, the people frolicking, the strange half face of the bank advertisement.
First, I love how when I click on something on the Lobulo site, it crosses it out so I can remember I’ve been there. Every website should have that feature because I am very forgetful (I click on the same damn thing multiple times before I remember that I’ve already been there.) Second, I like all the colours and quirky fonts. Muu Milk is my pick for best colours and most fun design and Tokoyo is extremely pretty, right down to the shocking pink wall.
If you’re cool then you know what this symbol defines. But I’ll tell you who is just a tad bit cooler…
Self-described illustrator, designer and typenut Ginger Monkey makes the cool graphic designs and fonts you see on posters and magazines. His descriptions are nothing short of amusing and I must say it’s a breath of fresh air scoping out an artist’s site with descriptions and explanations (not that I don’t enjoy speculating on what the heck is going on in all this art stuff.) [ Continue Reading ]
You want to know how many children were burned in Mexico last year?