6 down. 2 dozen or so more to go. No peeking at these hip hop heroes until we’re done!
The hip hop series. Can you guess who’s being worked on?
My Artsthread Portfolio
Paperback. Just getting started. Updates to come #paperback #design #typography #illustrate #illustration #art #follow #cmyk #colour #logo #upandcoming #new #reboot
A link to my artsthread portfolio, just trying to build up my network a bit now that uni is coming to an end; gotta find all my old work to actually populate it now, ha. Most of it has already been posted on here anyway, but just in case there are interested parties out there, give it a click.
It’s hard to visit an art or design blog these days without spotting the illustration work of Estonian artist Eiko Ojala, his Naked series is a great place to get started. The artist works digitally without the aid of 3D software where he draws everything by hand to create landscapes, figures and portraits that look as if they’ve been cut from paper. Most critical are the placement of shadows which Ojala also draws by hand.
More doodles from the iPad.
They’re nothing fancy, but they’re fun and easy to do, and that’s all I’m looking for :)
Just one of the oodles of doodles I end up spending my time on. If a few get a bit of feedback I may upload more frequently, if not… well I’ll probably do it anyway.
How can responsive design bring awareness to many floral species exinction threat?
« Hide-and-seek with the missing » is a flooring design aiming at bring awareness and inform the population on the importance of the management and the preservation of nature.
Inspired by the “floristic list for the threatened species”in Wallonia, “Hide-and-seek with the missing” is a poetic way of protecting our biodivesity.
Illustrations of threatened species appear and disappear on the floor, reacting to sunlight, just like and hide-and- seek with the plants.
It is a photochromic screen-print composition on wooden-floor. The tones print which appears to match with the floor in the shadow will reveal a vivid color palette when exposed to UV light, as, for example, through a window when the sun is shining.
A project by Solenne Morigeaud http://www.solennemorigeaud.fr/cachecache.html