Stunning concept work by Artur Sadlos.
Several artists went back into their childhood and made one classic toy series to their main inspiration.
I’m feeling old. I mean, do you still remember the good old times of Atari and C64? The floppy disk was king. Monkey Island on 8 floppy disks. Take out floppy number 1, search for number 5 and put it in. 10 minutes later you’re searching for number 3. Awesome. ;) But the good old disk has still a great purpose thanks to artist Nick Gentry.
You don‘t only find illusions on TV or performed by David Copperfield, they are also in classic art.
Everyone knows illusions like the twisted spirals or straight lines that appear narrowed. These kinds of illusions have been known for a long time. I found a great book named „Masters of Deception: Escher, Dali & the Artists of Optical Illusion“ by Al Seckel. This book shows on 167 pages how classic art can cheat your mind.
It is a must have for anyone who loves optical illusions. And now… let‘s start the show.
Everyboday knows those little yellow sticky papers. You can use them for short notes but also for big art. I‘m a frequent Post-It user, too. And it is cool to see how creative you can get using those sticky notes.
In may 2011, a new form of Street Art started in Amsterdam. Using only brown packaging tape and a scalpel…
Pretty amazing, enjoy!
Let’s take a look at the brilliant movie posters created by artist Tyler Stout.
In the world of design and illustration there are certain people with the ability to bring meaning to words outside of what they say and turning them into works of art.
They are the Type Kings.
First time I saw trailers for “Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP “ seems like ages ago – as a fan of Superbrothers for a while now I remember thinking: this looks so good that it will be almost impossible to match this visual extravaganza with the same (sophisticated) level of gameplay. Sometimes it’s good to be wrong…