Coloring books are no longer confined to being a kid’s artistic pastime. Adults (Yes, you!) can now also enjoy the challenges of turning a book’s black and white pages into colorful masterpieces. Just like when you were a kid! Philippine-based master doodler, Kerby Rosanes, has just the right
Designing and writing may share the same creative space but both seems to be mutually exclusive from each other. There are great designers who aren’t good writers, while there are sublime writers who can’t design to save their lives. There are solutions that bridge the gap between writers looking
New York based artist Sean Yoro (aka Hula) rides on his surfboard to paint wall and hyper-realistic portraits of women, at the edge of the water. These fresco’s, made with acrylic paint, reflect on water and the women seem bathing or almost drown in the middle of the waves.
Phree lets you write, draw, annotate, and express yourself in countless other ways. On virtually any surface. You will never forget an idea again in case you have no paper to write on with it. This amazing pen lets you translate your ideas into drawings and notes and
Quyet Hoang Tien, an origami artist from Vietnam is giving life and makes everything interesting on every pieces of paper he is folding. Through the ancient Japanese art of folding, he manage to create delicate and beautiful pieces of decorative sculptures of animals on papers. Using a special
Project Dutdot is the pen & ink illustration art of Gian Bautista. The artworks in the project are created by pen & ink on paper, scanned, and post-processed in Adobe Photoshop. The look and feel of the project is a combination of doodle and tattoo art. Gian Bautista
This fantastic and creative art is a student project. Looks awesome, is it not? The designer is Craig Sutton of RMIT, Melbourne Australia. This packaging and brochure design is inspired by the well-known videogame ‘Pacman’. The interactive design crafted with meticulousness is featured in the packaging allowing for the
Lucas Levitan, a Brazilian illustrator based in London, uses his creative and wild imagination to invent alternative cartoon stories in a real life context with real people on a picture. In what he calls “Photo Invasion”, Levitan’s working hand invades other Instagram users’ photos adding thereon awkward illustrations or