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Ingrid Siliakus’ Paper Architecture
Portfolio book on the Behance Network
vectorial works 2010/2011 on the Behance Network
Last week I ran into Ayanaki’s printed dolls. I have to admit that those dolls melted my heart! Ayana says that by making those dolls she is mixing two of her favorite love, illustration and sewing. You should take a closer look at those lined dolls… I love the way Ayana uses those lines! Ayanaki | Ayana Nissan | Colorful Touch | DesignBreak Ayanaki | Ayana Nissan | Colorful Touch | DesignBreak
Yoko Furusho Yoko Furusho Copyright © Yoko Furusho All rights reserved Web by Atsushi Kaneishi *Wordpress *Jquery FEBRUARY 2014 Editorial Illustration JANUARY 2014 Ad campaign in Mexico DECEMBER 2013 Fabric Design DECEMBER 2013 Event Poster Illustration DECEMBER 2013 blog: X'mas exhibition in Tokyo NOVEMBER 2013 Book cover illustraion NOVEMBER 2013 Editorial Illustration OCTOBER 2013 My first book published!
YOKO FURUSHO's ILLUSTRATION BLOG YOKO FURUSHO's ILLUSTRATION BLOG Sorry, English version is below Japanese part for this time↓ 逆さまから見ても、世界は変わらない。 そう、河童が言ったときに、私の方向性は決まったのだと思いました。人のことはわかっても、自分のことはわからないものです。
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Dominique Falla: graphic design, illustration, photography and DVA research Google Zeitgeist ’13 I was very lucky to be flown to Arizona in September to install a large scale string […] Design Montage Poster I recently collaborated with Jack Tierney, from Listen to the Graphics on a cute limited edition poster […] Columbia Law School Magazine I recently completed the cover and inside spread for an article in the Columbia Law School Magazine […]

Dominique Falla: graphic design, illustration, photography and DVA research

Testosterone Overload by ~DSil
Animals in Alphabet on the Behance Network

Visual News - The Cure For Eyeball Boredom

Visual News - The Cure For Eyeball Boredom {*style:<b>*}Thirteen years before a human ever traveled to outer space, on June 11, 1948, a heroic rhesus monkey named {*style:<a href='http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monkeys_and_apes_in_space'>*}Albert{*style:</a>*} made the journey, paving the way for future astronauts. {*style:</b>*}Sadly Albert died of suffocation during the flight, but he was the first of many test monkeys. Before Albert only fruit flies had been sent to space, but he was the predecessor to monkeys Albert II through Albert VI, Gordo, Able, Sam, Miss Sam, Ham, and Enos among several other animals. Based in Budapest, Hungary, designer Norbert Mayer gives an illustrated history lesson on our animal friend space travelers in the images below.