Alex Konahin Fine Line art The fine line graphic project by Latvian designer Alex Konahin made with dip pen using black ink or other materials, sometimes including his own blood, yuk! Kulula.com Planes The captain’s window is marked with the big cheese (”captain, my captain!”), the co-pilot’s window with co-captain (the other pilot on the PA system) and the jump seat is for wannabe pilots. In addition, the following descriptions of plane parts can be found: galley (cuppa anyone?)avionics (fancy navigation stuff)windows (best view in the world)wing #1 and #2engine #1 and #2 (26 000 pounds of thrust)emergency exit = throne zone (more leg room baby!)seats (better than taxi seats)some windows = kulula fans (the coolest peeps in the world)black box (which is actually orange)landing gear (comes standard with supa-fly mags)back door (no bribery/corruption here)tail (featuring an awesome logo)loo (or mile-high club initiation chamber)rudder (the steering thingy)stabiliser (the other steering thingy)a.p.u.
Alyssa Monks Alyssa Monks is blurring the line between abstraction and realism by layering different spaces and moments in her paintings. She flipped background and foreground using semi-transparent filters of glass, vinyl, steam, and water over shallow spaces in her 10-year long water series. Today, she is imposing a transparent landscape of infinite space over evocative subjects. Harding Meyer News Text Galleries Photography oil on canvas 69 Sexy Portfolio Designs To Inspire You Advertisement Today designing a unique, compelling portfolio has become a crucial task for designers, studios, companies and everyone whose business is on the Web. Not only does it help one stand out among the numerous competitors, but it is also a great tool for self-expression and demonstration of skills. Now designers face new challenges in attracting the capricious web audience – a plain web page with a project list on it is out of date and boring, while fancy Flash websites with intricate navigation are annoying. Fortunately, despite all difficulties beautiful and artistic designs are appearing in an endless stream.
It's All In Your Head Berlin’s Magma Architecture won several awards for its entry in the JETZT | NOW series of temporary installations at the Berlinische Galerie, Museum for Contemporary Art, Photography and Architecture. Magma’s installation, 11th in the series, was called fittingly “head-in | im kopf” and its concept is based on exploring the properties of materials, form, color and light. The main feature of the installation is an alarmingly orange flexible fabric (polyamide-elastan mix) stretched between the walls, ceiling and floor. The fabric is the most visible part of the exhibit, yet it is also the tool with which the viewers can focus on smaller details. Visitors bend down under the fabric into which openings were cut.
Matt Doust art California raised, based in Perth, Australia gifted hyperrealistic artist Matt Doust has a captivating artworks yet controversial and occasionally voyeuristic. Photo by: Karin Calvert Ben O'Brien's Portfolio A brief portfolio to summarise my illustration work to potential clients.Advertising, Digital Art, Illustration2012 Quirky characters and landscape illustrations for Candy Land packagingCharacter Design, Illustration, Packaging2014 Sneaker-inspired art prints and mini-zine! A collection of my 'Twisted Fifties' style artworkAdvertising, Digital Art, Illustration2013 Design,future technology You know it happens sometimes. Someone gets a remote like in those sci-fi movies or Adam Sandler walks by and boom, you can’t hear a thing! It’s crap!
Miriam Galassi Art Steps of my newest eye drawing. :) Here again all steps of my new eye drawing featuring the finished drawing and the scan. :) First three steps of my new eye drawing. :) Drawing eyes is so much fun. :D Forgot to post this here. ^^ It’s my finished tiger painting. Design,future technology The designer Marcus Johansson came up with projects lamps take the form of sea creatures. He explored many materials and techniques in developing and finally used for ‘cirrata’. In the pieces, the heat-formable corian is molded on wooden bases to attain its unusual shape.