The House Of Peroni - an event by M & C Saatchi. They invited Baroncelli, the visionary lighting design studio, to design an installation inspired by Rome. The result, a phantasma. Baroncelli's modular lighting system built as mechanisms to create the old Roma. I was given the task to design four walls which married the products to the context. Using white chalk pens; 60mm and 30mm.
Hand Illustrated Book by Allen Crawford
Once again I'm here to show you some beautiful and inspiring artworks I found on Instagram. I'm talking about the stylish work of @ronaldrestituyo. Ronald is a 25 years old artist from the Dominican Republic. He has an civil engineering degree and is a self-taught artist. The colors, lines and style of his pieces are really inspiring, take a look. I draw since I was a kid and I started painting in 2011. My passion is art. I love to work with different techniques and materials.
Today, while working and sketching, I decided to deviate a little bit and draw something different than UIs and logos like I've been doing for the past 15 years. It's amazing how terrible I am at that, not saying that at my best I was any better, but I was definitely able to draw different things. With that in mind I've decided to practice a little bit every day, especially after looking at the drawings of A-D-I--N-U-G-R-O-H-O on his DeviantArt page. So in this post I want to share with you the work of Adinugroho, an illustrator from Indonesia.
We designers have a tendency to doodle on anything from sketchbooks to cocktail napkins. The most gratifying part of this exercise is when free form doodles turn into the beginning of an amazing illustration. What sometimes starts as a simple way to pass the time may turn into something abstract, intriguing or dare we say surrealistic. To illustrate this, we've handpicked a few groovy examples we stumbled upon and hope that these will inspire you to come up with some off the cuff sketches of your own. We'll keep an eye out.