It’s been a heck of a year. I can’t believe I made it thus far. If it wasn’t for the amazing support of you, the blog readers, this blog would have been long gone. I would like to thank each one of you, for investing the time and reading the blog. I hope to keep on writing and finding great creations to share, for as long as possible. I thought it would be appropriate to do a roundup of the best of 2015 from the blog posts. Hope you like. Enjoy.
Gustavo was very kind, and he was willing to share some of his work with the blog. You can see some of his cool 8Bit pixel art illustrations inside, as well as a short Q&A talk i had with him.
Wintercroft make amazing, do it yourself, low poly animal masks. If you want something different as a costume – Wintercroft animal masks are the best fit for you.
Mamma Nessie and Nessie are whimsical kitchen tools from studio OTOTO. They have the perfect balance of play-ability and usefulness.
Designer and illustrator, Raphael Mortari, is just one of these unique people. He can dive into a project, and invent himself all over again, every time.
Wolfram Kampffmeyer loves so much to model his creation in the 3D world, that he had to transform them into real geometrical 3D paper objects, that you can build or hang on the wall.
Airborn studio, a collective of artist from Germany, had been commissioned by Moon studio to create the art for the game Ori and the blind forest.
Pedro Almeida, a brand identity specialist from Portugal, took it upon himself, to test and see if a logo is more than a collection of shapes and colors.
Taylor Mazer, an illustrator based in Grand Rapids, Michigan, will make you get real close to his urban illustrations. In order to really enjoy his Tiny work, you will need to go and fetch your magnifying glass.
Denis Spichkin is a very talented illustrator and concept artist from Helsinki, Finland. He is a Visual development artist, working in the gaming industry.
Simon Woodroffe compact space, luxury apartment prototype project, is simply ingenious. The YO! Home project, is based on his belief, that space is a premium product, and something that is slowly disappearing.
Glen Brogan, or as he likes to call himself, Albino Raven, is a true artist. For Glen, Cartooning is a super complex medium. It holds a world of emotions and scenarios that can be an endless source of inspiration.
Florian de Looij is a graphic designer from the Netherlands who just loves to animate stuff. Florian creates an amazing array of geometrical shapes that animate in a loop, and keep you mesmerized to the screen.