Today we will feature the work of a digital artist that goes by the username Muju. I ran across his work on Deviantart and clearly had to share it with you. If I had to describe his work in two words, I would probably say ‘vividly messy’. His artwork carries a messy/dirty style that’s very hard to pull off. I’ve seen artists try this and it’s not as easy as it looks. From my perspective Muju’s drawings are mainly fantasy characters influenced heavily by style, taste, and vivid imagination. His art is absolutely incredible and I hope you’ll think so too. To see more of Muju’s work, visit muju.deviantart.com.
Clerkenwell Design Week 2013: See the Exhibitors
Clerkenwell Design Week has firmly established itself as the UK’s leading independent design festival and one of the most acclaimed trade events on the international design calendar, winning Best Festival and Best Cultural Event at the UK Event Awards 2012 to attest to its significance.
This year the Clerkenwell Design Week 2013 hosts an array of the world’s most notable design, architectural and creative names, in addition to an exciting programme of workshops, presentations, product launches and debates.
Clerkenwell Design Week starts next week and after 3 extremely successful years, it has firmly established itself has the UK’s leading independent design festival and one of the most acclaimed trade events on the international design calendar.
If you send us your photographs taken at the Clerkenwell design week, we will publish them with your name. Let’s take some great shots!
One of the richest festivals of design and architecture is arriving to Clerkenwell, the heart and home of UK’s design industry. The festival hosts an array of the world’s most notable design, architectural and creative names. With more than over 60 showrooms, a wealth of creative business and more architects per square mile than anywhere in the planet. It’s the UK’s most flourishing design community.
Takes place between 21th and 23th and contemples over 60 showrooms, a multitude of architectural and creative practices.
Located at 34, St John Street, London EC1M 4AY, this cultural hub is the perfect location to host an international design event of considerable dimensions.
Integral to the area are the design showrooms and studios which partner with CDW every year, providing the festival with a stimulating programme of workshops
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Publication of the process at: themethodcase.com/extrusion-bowls-by-apparatu
The Method Case is really proud to present Extrusion Bowls by apparatu. A video created by the collaboration between Apparatu and The Method Case. The project starts from one of the pieces which resulted from the workshop “Fragil” held by Apparatu in summer 2010. Guim Espelt i Estopà one of the participants, designed the pieces after discovering an apparently impossible texture. The process began with the deformation of a hollow cylinder of extrusioned clay, after which we focussed on the cracks that were generated. By trial and error we hit on the formula in the wheel: for the creation of a bowl, the only way to conserve the cracks is to place the cylinder in the wheel and push from the centre towards the periphery. By expanding the grey mass while spinning, unique and random textures appear on the surface leaving the coloured interior as the only controlled element.
Safwat Saleem is a graphic designer, filmmaker, artist, and the creative director at Arizona State University. When he isn’t working, he spends most of his free time creating satirical art. He recently published a series of prints depicting complicated relationships between two or more objects. The prints are clean, beautiful, simple, and best of all smart. All illustrations listed below are available for purchase on Society6.com.
Backgrounds and textures can be an awesome way to enhance your design and graphic art. Whether you’re looking for CG Textures, a background for a web page, something to give your graphic art real depth or just nice wallpaper for your PC, there are many thousands of free textures available from the many sites providing them.
Typical textures include metal, grunge, bricks and blocks, plaster, flaking paint, stone and rock, asphalt and concrete, although many of the online resources will have a great many more categories than this.
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In my point of view, this is the way we should be driving around, when it comes to huge cities. Those little cars, must be available on trains and subway stations, so you run long distances on larger vehicles and short distances with smallers ones.
Glint is the perfect combination of two parts, a portable point of light with magnetic points that connect to the surfaces designed to contain the light or other small object from everyday life, books, magazines, keys …
Glint magnetizes to all iron surfaces.
Imagine an enchanted forest, that ressembles Snow White history while she is running from the castle to the interior of the dense glade. That’s the effect of the incredible Forms of Nature chandelier, created by Thyra Hilden and Pio Diaz. When you turn it on, a white bunch of tangled roots and branches casts 360 degree shadows transforming your entire room look into Snow White’s forest.
See more pics here…Folllow Unique Blog
The shadows may a look a little creepy but, at the same time, they produce a fanciful effect. Would you approve it for your house?