Illustrator and designer Jessica Hische, who has an array of big name clients including Barnes & Nobles, American Express, Victoria Secret, has created Veiny Type, typography that is reminiscent of a heart with its purple, blue and reds colors and, of course, its veins. It was created for her client Chatelaine and accompanied an article about women’s heart health.
Vronique La Perrire M.’s charcoal drawings are surreal and almost a bit creepy, yet one can’t help but to continue to look at them and wonder what’s going on. La Perrire describes her art by saying, “My artistic practice is choreographed around questions that relate to memory, perception and identity. Through the medium of drawing, printmaking, sculpture, installation and video, my research addresses the work of time and its imprint.
Themed weddings have become quite the trend. Kelley and Edmund’s Up-themed wedding proved to be cute and adorable and now Lauren Brimhall’s creative Alice in Wonderland-inspired wedding photos have popped up onto the scene. In this series, Erin as Alice and Matt as the Mad Hatter look like a couple magically in love as they pose for the camera on an elaborate set.
Jason Hull searches for lightweight, plastic vintage cameras at flea markets, garage sales or on eBay to convert them into creative and cute nightlights. Hull does not modify cameras, however, if they are rare or in pristine condition. As he explains, “I’d rather they stay usable as cameras in those cases.” Talk about a great way to upcycle old cameras!
In order to entice more people to read, rather than spend time on social media and the Internet, Milwaukee Public...