Inspired by a photograph taken from inside of a ship’s porthole, illustrator and graphic designer Simon Page has created these images he calls ‘Tidal Rainbow’. Featuring brilliant colors, and showing Page’s own keen design sense and appreciation of typography. The designs are joyful, minimalist pieces that would look beautiful as prints or posters.
Is Spinning Jewelry so magical that it morphs beautiful women into enchanting animals? Runolfur Gudbjornsson thinks so. He’s the photographer who’s captured it all for us. Look closely and you’ll see Spinning Jewelry’s mysterious earrings, rings, bracelets and necklaces displayed right alongside crow wings, capricorn horns and lizard backs. See more at My Modern Metropolis.
Serett Metal works portfolio of fabrication and design. More work to be added soon… www.serett.com
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Today we would like to give a chance to look closer at the next collection from the series of “Popular blogs”. We present well-designed, interesting and popular blogs from Spain. Random order.
The three of us all studied at The School of Art at Hobart in Tasmania. Andy and I went on to work in several studios both in Hobart and Melbourne, and Jon did some studio/account management jobs. We all got sick of working for other people to be honest so we started up our own studio. I think the major deciding factor for us all to create something of our own was the lack of control in the type of work we did. Working for yourself means that you can pick the kind of work you would like to do, although sometimes this means that you can’t eat for a week.
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