Archive for the 'graphic' Category

3D Mandelbrot

The original Mandelbrot is an amazing object that has captured the public’s imagination for 30 years with its cascading patterns and hypnotically colourful detail. It’s known as a ‘fractal’ – a type of shape that yields (sometimes elaborate) detail forever, no matter how far you ‘zoom’ into it. Now there is a potential 3D version of the same fractals. Via

Ikea cookbook

IKEA has released what may be the coolest styled ingredients cookbook: “Hembakat är Bäst” (Homemade is Best). Via

The dashboard

Obviously inspired by ‘This is now’. Beautifully designed ‘The Dashboard‘ for Grey Goose.

David A Smith – Sign Artist documentary

David A Smith is a name that has become synonymous in Sign-Writing and Glass gilding circles, with high quality, hand crafted reverse glass signs and decorative silvered and gilded mirrors. In this short documentary, we reveal behind the scenes work, techniques and visions that Dave uses when carrying out his passion as a glass embosser – One of the few remaining traditional UK glass artists. A Film by Danny Cooke. Via

The art of the title sequence

A compendium and leading web resource of film and television title design from around the world. The site honors the artists who design excellent title sequences.


The Munt region owes its name to the Munt, the museum where the coins were minted. The area is a hidden treasure full of opportunities for a special park in Utrecht. Autobahn designed this first publication with a scratch coating on the cover. The title page has a little envelope with an old guilder to reveal the hidden landscape on the cover.

Chill Space

Chill Space is Daniel Leyva his contribution to JstChillin. Caitlin Denny & Parker Ito started JstChillin as a collaborative curatorial project. Every two weeks an artist will take over with all new work that pertains to the interests of chillin.
When you visit Chill Space, you’ll be asked to fill in your name and your URL. Then you’re asked to click on the checkboxes and radiobuttons, to use the dropdowns and even to write in the textfields. It all doesn’t make much sense till you press “GO” at the bottom of the page. All your input then defines the your ultimate chill space. Via

Mighty inspiration archive of an Art Director - working and living in a Belgium based ad agency.

November 2018
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