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Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Eva Krusche/ Glaube, Liebe, Hoffnung

Eva Krusche is a young german illustrator (she's only 26). 
I loved from the very first moment her grotesque illustrations, the melancholy eyes of her characters, and her "street art" style.
In Eva's portfolio you'll find paintings, illustrations, prints, films and much more.

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Elena Mir/ Taste of Japan

"Elena Mir was born one summer of the 80’s decade in Valencia, at the Mediterranean coast, a very important detail in her life, the reason of her attraction for being always close to the sea. In this city she grew up and studied Fine Arts at the University. Later on, she completed her formation at the Winchester School of Art in the United Kindgom, and also working in creative studios and media agencies, directing the web and multimedia departments.
Actually, Elena manages her own studio, Sr. Pulpo, and works in graphic, web and multimedia design".

This is just a little taste of her work, you can have a look at her entire production here.

Enjoy it!

Friday, October 14, 2011

Tavola Calda/ Five Tables

Take five tables, five menus, four young designers fresh out of college. 
Add 4 tablespoons of research, two of observation and 3 teaspoons of fantasy, mix everything and dress it with curiosity.
And thus the "Tavola Calda" project was born, it begins with the observation of the couple's gesture at lunch and includes the construction of five structures which stimulate the interaction between two people who do not know each other.
Take a look at the website here and find out their next event!

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Mark Weaver/ Make Something Cool Every Day

Here there's a selection of pieces from the Make Something Cool Every Day project of Mark Weavera graphic designer & illustrator based in New York. You will find something more in his flickr page, check it here and enjoy!

Thursday, October 6, 2011

Typographic love

A visual typographic feast about the five senses, and how they contribute to and enhance our creativity.