Charles Negre photograper

Storming the Capital

Typography-based design by burst of beaden.

Bovey Lee

Chinese artist Bovey Lee creates paper cutout drawings, seeking to contemporize the ancient Chinese folk art. To preserve and extend this artistry she replaces familiar subject matters in traditional paper cutouts such as folklore or celestial animals, with a blend of images drawing from her background in art. Her works depict personal narratives, current affairs and politics.


To check out more of her amazingly meticulous drawings go to Colectiva >> Blog >> Art!

PersianTypeface [First Dirty]


First DIRTY Font in IRAN is “MIXEDfont”. This Font is created with FontCreator 5.5 and has more than 1 MB size and also 214 Glyphs. The Designer used some other Persian fonts and other motives from Iranian historical patterns and a few Ironic works! [such replacing dots and using of his own head and…]

TypographyServed
Behance
Khatt
Carleton
Article
Pix of Glyphs
Other Persian Fonts

Ariadne Binderl

Ariadne Binderl is a Brazilian illustrator and designer who currently lives in New York. She just released her portfolio, which includes personal and commercial work.

Google Stickers Everywhere

Evil Scientist


via Flickr

Hell

Typography: You Blow Me Away

Spring discounts 42%

On MyFonts activated the special prices for fonts designed by Sergiy Tkachenko / 4thfebruary dated for the International women’s day of 8th March.

Two New Banksy Paintings Spotted in London


News broke on March 1st that our favorite graffiti artist is at it again! This time his work has been spotted in London.

More info and pics at My Modern Metropolis.

Play drums on keyboard

Wesley Burt

This pencil drawing by Wesley Burt is great:

You should check out more of his drawings over at Colectiva >> Blog >> Drawing

Easyweb

Winter’s Hands…

icehands-glow
Ice hands in the city! These are urban “sketchbook” interventions to create a more provocative and interesting urban experience. From our ‘Natural Urban Interventions’ series at www.at-aw.com

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