We are fans of illustration. It's a pure expression of how the artist sees the world. Sometimes it's a little bit exaggerated sometimes it's super realistic, it doesn't matter, trying to illustrate how you see the world is the most important thing and Pedro Henrique Ferreira exemplifies that really well in his work, and that is why we are feature him here on Abduzeedo. For more information visit http://www.behance.net/lambuja
Inspiration from Asia
I'm a Brazilian product designer based in Oakland, California currently working for Google as a Staff Designer. I am also the founder of Abduzeedo, an award-winning digital publication about design and a personal project that has become the source of inspiration for millions of designers and enthusiasts.
Blade Runner it's considered one of the top science fictions movies ever made and the father of the future noir movie genre. Almost 31 years after its release, rumours about a sequel or prequel are still hot, besides the fact we probably won't see Harrison Ford as Deckard again, let's wish for the best.
You can always achieve anything with the right concept and also with the right execution. It is exactly the case for the Superheroes Past & Present Series by Khoa Ho, an illustrator / graphic designer based in San Francisco, USA. His pieces portraits an amazing and yet very minimal approach to those iconic heroes about their past. Hope to see more from Khoa about this series. Find out more about Khoa Ho via his Behance Profile
Last week we posted about one of the design styles we believe will be trendy in 2013. In this post we would like to feature another trend that has already been established and is evolving alongside with the technology that makes it possible. The trend, editorial/magazine style with big images, and more specifically, dark color schemes. It's mind boggling to think that a few years ago most of the sites featured after the jump wouldn't be made using web standards (HTML/CSS/JS) but Flash.