Designer 3D Prints Famous Logos Into Items You Can Use Everyday

Japanese designer Taku Omura has come up with an amusing project in which he 3D prints famous brand logos into everyday items you can use at home or office. Continue reading »

Green 3D Printer Prints Living Designs From Organic “Ink”


Project PrintGREEN is turning 3D printers into on-demand gardeners after designing a “green” 3D printer in 2013. The printer produces living prints, printing customized objects in a variety of sizes and forms. The project was created at the University of Maribor in Slovenia, conceived of by students Maja Petek, Tina Zidanšek, Urška Skaza, Danica Rženičnik and Simon Tržan, with help from their mentor Dušan Zidar. The project’s goal is to unite art, technology, and nature, creatively producing living designs with the help of technology. Continue reading »

A Street Artist Puts Cloud Prints On Buildings To Brighten City Streets

According to an artist Benjamin Løzninger: “I love street-art and the fact that one can discover art randomly out in the street. So after taking pictures OF the streets, I wanted to actually put the photos IN the streets and, this time, bring something uplifting to the people discovering the project. That’s how the { C/LOUD } project was born.” Continue reading »

Star Wars Prints Styled As Traditional Japanese Art

To Transpose the mythical universe of the Star Wars saga in Japanese prints, that’s the great idea launched by the Japanese crowdfunding website Makuake. Continue reading »

Elmer Alfred Bishop WW2 Prints

These pictures were bought by EspressoBuzz at an estate sale, and later scanned. Apparently, they all date from the 1944 year. Photos by Elmer Alfred Bishop.


“From Kiska to Kavieng, the old “QUEEN” has blasted the Japs. A class of battleship which is too slow to keep up with the latest fast “Type of” carriers is now a vital component of the most modrn, typed warefare, – amphibious ope rations, such as the taking and occupying of Guam, at which she is here shown firing. For the necessary close-in slugging and for her supporting call-fire, she cant be beat. And for the coordination and nerve to get in there and do it, the QUEEN’S CREW can’t be beat either. We gripe because it’s such a privilege it’s become a habit. at one time, we called her The Virgin Queen. That was only a little over a long year ago. nobody so insults her now. And there would be some amphibious fun if we should overhear any ill-adives insinuations”.
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Sharon Montrose’s Animal Prints On Display

Sharon Montrose has what most people consider a dream job: She photographs adorable animals – from lions to flamingos to knobbly-kneed giraffes – and sells prints online at her store, The Animal Print Shop. But what’s her job really like? Does she ever get scared? What’s the trickiest animal to photograph?
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Art Prints for Geeks

Take a look at the artworks presented by Store. You will find here exclusive prints, especialy designed by artists from the whole world, selected with care by Thomas Olivri, curator and creator of Each artwork is stamped and numeroted. The rarest are shipped with a Geek-Art certificate of authenticity. Once a print is sold out, the artwork is removed from the store, not to be printed again.

Greg Guillemin – Bat Alone Continue reading »

Uggie the Dog Leaves Paw Prints in Hollywood, Bids Goodbye to Acting

Much as great actors and actresses do, Uggie (the dog who played French actor Jean Dujardin’s sidekick in the Academy Award winning film The Artist) has officially retired from the world of cinema and Hollywood, much as it does the career of any veteran professional, celebrated that of Uggie, with a Paw on the Hollywood Walk of Fame! Uggie’s retirement brings the curtain down a career spanning 10 years.

The dog Uggie, featured in the film “The Artist”, is pictured after leaving his paw prints in cement in the forecourt of the Grauman’s Chinese theatre in Hollywood. (Reuters) Continue reading »

Milan Fashion Week: Just Cavalli Channels Its Wild Side With Animal Prints

Italian fashion designer, Roberto Cavalli, famed for his high-octane runway collection has once again dazzled onlookers with his animal print collection at the 2012 Milan Fashion Week. Apart from daring cuts and animal patterns, the designer also featured metallics and a 1960s vibe with oversized shades, flowing hair, makeup and short hemlines.

The collection included skin-tight trousers with attached furs, printed denims and dresses with golden sequins.

According to WWD, the lineup had all the ingredients Roberto Cavalli is known for, but the collection was rendered in a younger, and possibly more playfully sexy version – starting with the group of black and white looks, including a flirty, draped and tied zebra print dress and a graphic, exaggerated houndstooth structured top with leggings. (Reuters) Continue reading »

Limited edition art prints featured on ITV

Clare Shields, designer from London, creating and selling limited edition art prints with an illustrative style to them. The works are printed using fade resistant archival inks onto German Etching paper. They are limited to an edition of 30. The print titled “Wrapped Up in a Bow” will be featured on a home make-over segment of ITV’s This Morning, hosted by celebrity interior designer Laurence Llewelyn Bowen, on Wednesday 29th June. Continue reading »

Disinfected Prints

Purell: “You Are What You Touch” +2 Continue reading »

Superb Ad Prints Collection For Your Visual Pleasure

One of our volunteers pointed me to those amazing advertising posters! Every poster is a link to supersized version. Continue reading »