Areniscos by Victor Castanera in thisispaper.com
“The project is called areniscos, a word derivated from the sand and a sedimentary rock in spanish language. It’s a project that we could call an small industry which involucrates the nature and her effects in design process…”
Great posters from a Berlin-based poster artist Rocco Malatesta.
Rocco Malatesta’s GALLERY
The intricate illustrations by Dr.Befa neatly placed upon these plastic sculptures make for some awesome toys. The word “Toys” itself sounds childish, but I think if any of these “toys” were given to a child I do not think they will be too impressed.
An innovative way to send a miniature Christmas tree through the mail combining the joy of greeting cards and the celebration of balloons. Each prepackaged balloon package comes with a place to put a personalized message and a pack of stickers to decorate the tree.
Open, Inflate, Decorate – it’s that easy. A little thicker than a standard envelope, inflated to just under 2 feet tall.
Recently launched, but in need of funding. It’s a fun, unique way to bring Christmas cheer to loved ones. There isn’t anything like it on the market.
To help fund this project, please click here.
A yummy recipe by the french paper artist Paper Donut for GnamBox Magazine.