Illustrations by Jean Zapata

29 Incredible Black and White Photographs of Cityscapes

Cities look amazing in black and white. A lack of color adds definition to cityscapes, making the straight lines of roads and skyscrapers appear crisp and distinct. Black and white photography does more than simply mirror the greyness of the urban jungle landscape, it brings urban morphology and architecture into clear focus, while capturing the sense of isolation one can feel in a city, even when surrounded by thousands, even millions of people.

Below you’ll find 29 stunning black and white photographs taken in cities around the world, from Paris to New York, London and Tokyo. These fantastic images capture the world’s major cities as you’ve never seen them before. Hopefully they’ll inspire your own creative endeavors!

The Fringe Project

Designer/artists Henrik Vibskov and Andreas Emenius began working on ‘The Fringe Series‘ … More info & pics HERE

K!RST x Am I Collective Vinyl Bear

The Cape-Town-based artist Kirsten Felbert, who is formally known as K!RST, unveals her latest creations for the Am I Collective charity bear project. Am I Collective invited local South African artists to hand-paint a 40cm tall vinyl bare, which will be seen on exhibitions and auctioned off for child welfares on December 1st, 2009.

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Jorge Tabanera Sketches

Inspirations and sketches from other people are always interesting to look at and often even useful. Spanish illustrator and graphic designer Jorge Tabanera shares his doodles with the rest of the world and gives you the opportunity to have a closer look to the private and intimate world of an artist.

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Plaster-Cast Artworks by Norbert Baczay

Norbert Baczay, from the small town Baia Mare in Romania, recently exhibited his plaster-cast artworks, which feature diverse religions icons as well as human bodies. Together with the skulls some of the works look like Baczay made some excavations from the stone age.

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Humorous Poster Designs of TV Culture by Albert Exergian

Albert Exergian perfectly illustrated a touch of clean graphic design and humor on his poster series of popular TV shows. This is a personal project of his, “A HUMOROUS VIEW ON TV CULTURE.”

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Illustrative Video by The New P*rnographers

Another illustrative music video by Fluorescent Hill. Song “Myriad Harbour” by The New P*rnographers.


Showcase of 20+ amazing skiing photos

Continuing the habit of publishing a collection of excellent sport shots… Today we present 20+ amazing photos of skiing. Great!

Look at the whole collection of amazing skiing photos

Elena Gallen for KULTE

Elena Gallen (born 1984) is a freelance artist based in Barcelona. Graduated from college in Media Studies in Barcelona and filmmaking studies at the New York Film Academy (Hollywood). Experienced in fashion design (prints and illustration) and specially known for her collection of t-shirts that quickly garnered a cult-following among the Fashion Elite, Gallen combining the naïf, the odd and the minimalistic and inspired by trash culture, cult movies, postmodernism, consumerism and an unusual taste for monsters, ufos, blush, red lipstick, ligers, galaxies, horror films, transgression, teenagers and nature, the character embodied by the artist has become outstanding beyond her creations. Impressed by her talent, the french brand KULTE, proudly present a collaboration upon their FALL09 theme “The Final day”…4 limited series tshirts out this month…

Seen in ZINK mag .

photographed by Remi Rebillard ,make up Davide’ Calcinai .

Third World Ads (of the World)

USA (Philadelphia) – ‘$20,000 reward for info on Shamari’s Remains’

Characters for an epic tale

Inspiration: Flame Logos

Fire based logos are a great way to show action or heat in a logo. It can give your logo a lot of added attitude and flare. We are going to look at some logos that use fire and flames as a basis for their logos. Enjoy!

Link to: Inspiration: Flame Logos