In this art series, Darren Rawlings takes iconic automobiles from movies and television and asks the question, “What if they could transform?” I would like to think that if these vehicles were indeed Transformers, they’d all be Autobots.
The Italian Graphic Designer Giulio Mosca, just released the first poster of a serie called “Remember What We Are”.
Iryna Korshak is a freelance Graphic Designer and Illustrator born in Zhovkva, Ukraine. Now living in New York, the talented designer has recently released a magical project named ‘Mein’. This personal experimental looks at repetition, distortion and rhythm of numbers, showcasing a magical set of numbers from 1 to 9 in a unique and distorted style using Photoshop and Illustrator.
We designed a suitcase that incorporate a high capacity (18,000 mAh) wireless charging power bank which is enough to recharge an average phone 8-10 times. In addition to wireless charging, users can use cords from the two traditional USB ports. It’s super convenient to simply rest a phone on top of the suitcase to begin charging. No fumbling for cords or portable battery packs.
Featuring a beautiful glass pitcher shape, the Soma Sustainable Pitcher & Plant-Based Water Filter is 100% compostable. It features a coconut shell carbon and a plant based casing that will help you feel good about the water you drink every day. Every filter is capable of filtering 40 gallons of water and comes with an approximate life span of two months .
Imagine if brands were forced to create company logos that represent some recent discoveries and news headlines. Well, designers from around the world have done exactly that, by finding high-resolution images of company logos and transforming them into logos that represent the company behavior.
French street artist Jace recently payed tribute to the classic game with an incredible painting in Paris dedicated to Donkey Kong. Donkey Kong is one of the earliest “platform games” and the first to involve jumping; it indicates the first appearance of Nintendo icon Mario. Using his signature characters known as Gouzou, the painting represents Mario and Donkey Kong and the princess with a touch of funk.
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