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Hungry Hungry Hamsters Handmade Miniature Town

Hungry Hungry Hamsters Handmade Miniature Town

Let me present to you the lovely online series "The Hungry Hungry Hamsters", which takes place in a miniature town, with handmade miniature things in it! The Series is about a lovely family obsessed with delicious food, starred by real hamsters! This is a massive project in which were made over 1200 tiny details in over 1900 hours of work, by almost 50 people. Please, visit the project page at Behance for more details and to watch some of the videos there! Also, check another project from the same artists that we've featured here in 2015. I hope you enjoy these! Cheers. ;)

The Contemplative Artworks of Elicia Edijanto

The Contemplative Artworks of Elicia Edijanto

One thing I love about art is that an illustration is like a window into an artist's mind, soul, or whatever you might call it. Some artworks and paintings are super happy, with bright, colorful details right at your face. Some others express deep meaning through fewer elements and simpler colors. Elicia Edijanto is one of those artists that tell us a lot through her artworks. From Jakarta, Indonesia, she comes up with these beautiful illustrations that are so contemplative that it might reach the deepest corner of one's soul and have an effect on it. This is the kind of art that makes you trip, wonder, dream, all at once, wherever you are. Something very powerful indeed... well, some might say that art is a weapon of mass destruction. Destruction of an ugly, lifeless world. Let there be art, let there be more of Elicia's beautiful mind. Elicia's artworks For more of Elicia's artworks, please visit her personal website, Instagram or portfolio at Behance! I hope you enjoy these as much as I did! Cheers. ;)

Case Study: Fazer

Case Study: Fazer

It's always incredible to see designers pushing the envelope from time to time. Being a fan of 3D works is one thing but the folks from Snask went beyond even more with a summer campaign for Fazer. Taking their motto of being "unconventional" to a whole new level especially when the client brief is simply and as I quote: "...make drop dead gorgeous handmade typography". Please enjoy this stunning case study. The campaign was communicated in Finnish. Here at Snask we´re Swedes, meaning that we aren't 100% sure what it says in each piece. But what we are 100% confident about, is that design wise, it looks fantastic. It´s almost perfection. All props and typography were handmade by Snask in our studio in Stockholm. In the end, we helped out creating still life photography and stop motion, and the material was used in tv, social media, point of sales and retail. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); About Snask Snask is Not-your-typical agency currently based in Stockholm, Sweden. They strived themselves to challenge the industry by doing and think differently. Unconventional ideas, real emotions and charming smiles. Credits Client: Fazer Agency: Hasan & Partners Created by: Snask Photographer: Carl Dahlstedt For more information: http://snask.com

Tiny Architecture Environments

Tiny Architecture Environments

Rosa de Jong is a designer from Amsterdam who created these awesome micro architecture environments inside glass tubes and it's all handmade. The project is called "Micro Matter" and is completely amazing. Check it out! For more from Rosa de Jong visit byrosa.nl, and behance.net/byrosa.

Stylish Handmade Branding by BMD Design

Stylish Handmade Branding by BMD Design

Branding is definitely an art. To come up with a nice brand to represent the idea behind a company might be really hard, but some people got that talent and they make it look easy. Some of those people are at the BMD Design, a France based company that has come up with some super stylish pieces for companies. Here are some examples of their works. For more of them, you should really check their portfolio at Behance and their personal portfolio. They'll definitely enjoy your visit. Cheers! ;)

Paper Creations by Chloe Fleury

French designer/illustrator Chloe Fleury, now based in San Francisco, California, creates wonderful things with paper that instantly caught my attention. I especially love her San Francisco posters which represent her favorite neighborhoods and what they mean to her. Makes me want to go back to SF sometime soon. What I really enjoy is creating little worlds, fantastical worlds. Envisioning them, building them, and eventually bringing them to life through stop motion animation. I think it’s magical. Check out more from Chloe at her portfolio site and let me know what you think via twitter!