Evan Hecox has some really appealing designs. They come off as simple but Jesus-Tap-Dancing-Christ do they leave you in a relaxing sense of awe. These are the type of things that just make you appreciate the world and all the everyday wonders that make it a colourful place to be. He kind of finds the bare stuff of it all. The emotions of the buildings and streets and the people that craft and live among them. I don’t think anymore needs to be said. Check some more of his stuff after the jump. [ Continue Reading ]
La Boca for those of you who don’t know. Means mouth in Italian. But this has nothing to do with that. These guys are a bunch of very popular illustrators. Maybe you heard of them already. Maybe not. I know I haven’t. They specialize in designs for film, music, fashion and a little something called curiously awesome. I think it’s what Atari would feel like if it were acid. So swallow these down. They’ll give you a pretty good buzz. Bringing you to a place where all you can see is a 1950′s sci-fi robot. Holding a big myriad-colour name. I think it reads “Retrocolour-tronic.” And you’ll see strange objects float all around you. Behind a velvet black backdrop.
Nam is a design collective based in Japan. It currently features over ten different artists of varying backgrounds and was originally established by Takayuki Nagazawa (graphic designer) and Hiroshi Manaka (photographer). Together they work to explore the different possibilities inherent in visual art and are always expanding on their theme “a fantasy in life”. [ Continue Reading ]
If you love things that are a little different and want something special for a room in your home. [ Continue Reading ]
So I have a rather vertical home. And I thought a way to make my meager apartment look larger was to get rid of all the shelving units I had and put the books on the walls…but in a stylish way. While looking around on tumblr I found ! really like invisible bookshelves. Like the ones above.