Last year, we were wild about artist Kerby Rosanes‘ geometry-inspired animal sketches. Now, the illustrator is back with a new space-inspired series that pairs surreal creatures with galactic patterns, culminating in a collection of animal illustrations that will leave you starry-eyed. Like his past work, Rosanes' recent cosmic composites are illustrated in multiliner pens and kept safe in Moleskine notebooks. Though rendered in a way that is reminiscent of doodling, each piece features an extraordinary amount of detail.
Photography has both a rich history and endless creative possibilities.
For many years, free libraries have brought communities together through the act of sharing books.
In her collection of botanical illustrations, Brooklyn-based artist Laura Garcia Serventi beautifully showcases the charm of the humble houseplant. Rendered in the artist's characteristically colorful style, each painting captures potted plants' unexpected diversity. In her Gardens series, Serventi paints quirky collections of indoor plants set against splashy tile floors. The flora featured in each composition illustrate the artist's eclectic interest in plants, which range from blooming flowers and fanned palm trees to towering cacti and squat succulents.
With the strong belief that “ideas, insight and inspiration” are key to creative business, advertising agency Ogilvy incorporates an artistic edge...
Many people would look at a rusty kitchen knife and think that it's doomed for the trash.
Governor Andrew Cuomo recently announced that one of the country's most famous post offices, New York's James A. Farley Building, will be getting a $1.6 billion makeover. Made famous in the classic film Miracle on 34th Street, the building has seen reduced functionality over the past 10 years as mail traffic decreases. Now, a portion of the historic building will be given new life as Moynihan Train Hall.
Today, abstract painting is viewed as a key style contained within the Modern Art movement.
Get ready to sit back and enjoy the mesmerizing sight of wood grain as it glides across your screen.
In 2012, Matt Might, a professor of computer science at the University of Utah, created The Illustrated Guide to the Ph.D. This clever data visualization has helped him explain what a Ph.D. is to his incoming doctoral student each year since. The clear, simple, and effective design will ring true for anyone who has gone through the Ph.D. process, and will provide clarity for anyone thinking about taking the plunge.
We often wish that we could harness the splendor of the natural world and carry its beauty wherever we go.
Fashion is at its best when it’s both fun and functional.