Eron Davide, italian grafitti artist, came up with a beautiful project called "Soul of the Wall", which consists of amazing, subtle grafitti of people on the walls. Eron is very talented and the result of this project is simply majestic and eerie. It definitely has a supernatural feel to it, which is amazing. These are only a handful of Eron's work. For more of it, please visit his Instagram and follow him! I hope you enjoy these. Cheers! ;)
It's always great to see a sweet set of vector artworks. Moniker SF, a San Francisco based company came up with awesome illustrations for Herman Miller, the mythical chair company. Here you can see some awesome pieces of the project. Each year Herman Miller releases a report documenting their efforts to build a better world through environmental advocacy, inclusiveness and diversity, and health and community service.
Belgian designer Mario de Meyer has taken part on a project called 36 Days of Type in which he would come up with awesome pieces for the alphabet and numbers. We've already seen some of his works here at Abduzeedo, but these were too good not to be shared with you guys. Check it out! These are only a few images of the project. For more of it, please visit his portfolio at Behance! I hope you enjoy these as much as we did. Cheers! :)
Surfing the web I came to find a super awesome artist that comes up with rooms. Yes, rooms, of all sorts, that seem to be born out of Waldo's world. Scott Teplin, an American illustrator, is the talented person behind this awesome project. Check out some of his rooms below. He's got a pretty dope style, and he's got another series going on also, like one dedicated to donuts. These are only a handful of his pieces... for more of his work, please visit his personal portfolio.
Everyone knows that here at Abduzeedo we're big suckers for typography. We can't really get enough of it, and when we get to find an amazing project mixing typography with movie quotes, then we're just gonna flip out. Ian Simmons is an artist with a taste for awesome movies and he's got some killer typography skills. Here you can see his 365 project, in which he comes up with typographic representations of famous movie quotes.
I must say I really love seeing cool illustration projects featuring overall pop culture. Christopher Lee, a Californian designer and illustrator, is the man behind these super cool pieces showing various characters from movies, comics and games. Gotta love the style he brought to his series "Select your hero", in which more than heroes are depicted. He's done so many great character it almost looks like the selection screen from Super Smash Bros. Here you can see only a handful of his pieces...
I really enjoy seeing the making of cool projects, from conceptual drawings to the final product. Timothy Reynolds has recently published his work for a large Asian dairy company. Here you can see all his creative process. "I had the amazing opportunity to work with Alchemy Asia on a large site refresh for Kowloon Dairy, one of Hong Kong's largest dairy companies. Was tasked with incorporating the "fresh milk" messaging into five panoramic landscape illustrations. Entire project took around 12 weeks, from start to finish." - Timothy J.
Are you guys familiar with Vine? It's an app that creates short and looping videos in a simple way to share with friends and family. Mark Weaver, a New York based art director, designer and illustrator decided to take this simple app to another level! Entitled LEGO Vines, Mark created this fun stop-motion art project using LEGO and of course Vine. For more information about Mark Weaver, you can visit his LEGO Vines Tumblr and his website at mrkwvr.com.
We've seen some pretty unique art exhibitions here at Abduzeedo, like underwater sculptures, for one. But I would never guess I'd see a exhibition of images underwater. Great idea, great design. The "Stavronikita Project: The Life Above Refined Below" is super awesome exhibit done by the Staudinger Franke studio from Vienna. It consists in underwater pictures of the sunken Stavronikita, with a little spice: the nobles of the eighteenth century.
Steve Shanabruch is a designer based in Chicago. With his love for his city, he decided to mix and create logos for each neighborhood based on personal experience and intimate knowledge.
Fifty and Fifty is a collective, curated project where fifty designers are invited to represent their state by illustrating it's motto. A new piece is posted every week and so far the project looks amazing, check it out!
Thinking that art can really save, Urban Arts and artists Guilherme Marconi and Eduardo Recife joined forces to create a really nice project, the “Projeto Região Serrana” (PRS) - a initiative that will donate 100% of sales from products of recognized artists to help the cities destroyed by the rain in Rio de Janeiro.
The ONEHUNDRED Project is an experiment from the German Kid Grandios that started back in 2009 with the idea of creating posters that would include landscape and grunge elements. One Hundred posters later the project is done and it's amazing, check it out!
What started as a school project turned out to be a very serious concept of a new package for Doritos. In the created hands of the student and designers Petar Pavlov everything is designed for a reason and here you will learn everything about this package design project. Make sure you leave your comment with your opinions about it.
This is a incredible project where the Russian Egor Bashakov put up approximately 2700 1"badges to make his on self portrait which is insane, after all the work and patience that took him it came out great, have a look it yourself.