Canadian designer Michael George Haddad decided to design a simple, strong icon for each of Canada's 13 provinces and territories. Mid-Century style. Enjoy! For more from Michael George Haddad visit michaelgh.com and https://www.behance.net/michaelh. Alberta British Columbia Manitoba New Brunswick Newfoundland and Labrador Nova Scotia Northwest Territories Nunavut Québec Ontario Prince Edward Island Saskatchewan Yukon
I'm a fan of little marks & badge designs and I see a lot of brand using different badges to represent them so I decided to select some really cool badges to share with you. Enjoy!
Nowadays is really difficult to identify on the web If a artwork was done using digital tools or manual tools, the use of textures, photoshop special brushes and other tools can help anyone to make even a perfect digital oil painting. I really thought that Mark Ward's artworks were all digital, but for my surprise most of them are all hand made using aerosol paint, stencils and brushes. If you want to know more about Mark, please acess his Website. World's Greatest Silly Thing Burton Snowboards The Guardian Nike Co:Lab The Kids Are Not Alright Wall Mural Typography Numbers Smoke Rings Home Sweet Home Stussy Artist Series Nike "be true" Untitled Flamingos Shelter Untitled Keep Smiling
Here's a video of an artist (well everybody is an artist) who combines graffiti and particles to make digital art. It's kinda short but I thought I show it to you anyway. Anyway, these are the particles that get fed into the graffiti code. I thought they looked pretty neat on their own, so here we are. Graffiti Particles from Mark Chadwick on Vimeo.