viktor hertz - official website & portfolio Client: Ray-BanBrief: Create artworks that somehow depict iconic people and famous characters that have been wearing Ray-Ban Aviators. The portraits were to be displayed in the Sunglass Hut store in Covent Garden, London, from March to April 2014. Artworks by Viktor Hertz © 2014 Photos by Ray-Ban © 2014Advertising, Graphic Design, Illustration2014 An idea for a series with honest logos, revealing the actual content of the company, what they really should be called. Some are cheap, some might be a bit funny, some will maybe be brilliant. I don't know.Graphic Design2011 ‘ICONS’ is a series of portraits of people who somehow have achieved iconic status for different reasons. The portraits are composed of a mosaic of small icons, that have been carefully selected and represent different events and themes from the peoples' lives and activities.
20 Examples of Graffiti & Street Art-Europe #1 In this post, the first of a series, we show you 20 top street art and graffiti artworks around the world. Today we start with Europe – next post: South America! > Asia Ride The Alien » Design You Trust – Social Inspirations! A worker checks the finishing on a motorcycle made from recycled materials of spare parts from cars and bicycles at a workshop owned by Roongrojna Sangwongprisarn in Bangkok July 27, 2011. Roongrojna, 54, creates his artworks from recycled spare parts from used cars, motorcycles as well as bicycles. With four shops in Bangkok named “Ko Art Shop”, Roongrojna also exports his artworks to clients all over the world. (REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang)
Massive Art Nouveau-Inspired Mural in Montreal For 16 days straight, from dawn to dusk, five highly determined Montreal-based artists (who make up the artist run collective A'shop) worked on a graffiti mural of a Mother Nature-esque Madonna or a modern-day version of "Our Lady of Grace." Inspired by Czech Art Nouveau painter Alphonse Mucha, the crew created this breathtakingly beautiful five story mural using 500 cans of spray paint in over 50 different colors. “We been doing graffiti for a long time but this is our first large project involving the whole team,” Fluke of A'shop told The Montreal Gazette. A Secret Art Gallery Beneath the Streets Nov 2nd 2010 By Laura Leu Deep in the belly of New York City lies a ghost town of a subway station, where the trains don't run, but street art thrives. For the past 18 months, 103 artists have been covertly sneaking into the space to create and display their work on the dank walls of the pit. Combining street art with spelunking, The Underbelly Project is a real collection of works that exists four stories beneath the surface of the City.
Zebra + Art + Railings = Impressive Street Art by Zebrating Article by Hyathiz I love my dogs, reading books, and taking great pictures with my battered but still functional digital camera. Taking great pictures with a high end camera is almost too easy, producing fantastic images with an outdated one is an accomplishment by itself. Zebrating loosely translated means “making the zebra”. This dynamic duo has graced a lot of railings around Mannheim, Germany with their incredibly detailed street art. Ghostpatrol glow FUTURE NOTES volume 5 risograph reproduction of sketchbook 150 pages,printed on recycled stock by Dawn Press in Melbourne signed edition of 200, hand printed cover Making a Statement with Mixed Media – Matthew Small’s Street Art Article by Hyathiz I love my dogs, reading books, and taking great pictures with my battered but still functional digital camera. Taking great pictures with a high end camera is almost too easy, producing fantastic images with an outdated one is an accomplishment by itself. Matthew Small is a London-based street artist who works mainly with mixed media on found metal.
The Bizarre Street Art of Daan Botlek Street artist and illustrator Daan Botlek is based in Rotterdam, Netherlands and is known for his strange form of character-driven street art. His generally simplistic, site-specific figures often interact with the space around them, passing in and out of unseen dimensions, shedding skin in the process. Kind of like morbid Keith Haring, no? You can see much more of his work over on Flickr. (via Lustik)