Loving this London London Poster design. It’s always the simple designs that work the best. Via.
Take a look at this geometry art by DNDesign’s Daniele De Nigris. Daniele lives in Bologna, Italy, and is a graphic designer who works in digital art, illustration and print. Here is a selection of mechanical patterns and ‘Impossible objects’:
Lately, I’ve been busy on other projects, and I’ve designing many different T-shirts and other products through various outlets.
Here is my most popular design which I now have available for sale for a limited time on TeeChip. It reads “Bee Humble – Stay Bumble”, which is a great play on words! This humble-themed t-shirt is only available for a matter of days, so be quick (and the price is reasonable, too!)
This X-Ray Photography was created by New Yorker, David Maisel. This set of work is entitled “History’s Shadow”, where Maisel re-photographs x-rays from museum archives that depict artifacts from antiquity. He then scans and digitally manipulates selected source material:
Raise the Banners! Join the Cause! These fantastic social media campaign posters were created by designer, Justonescarf. My favourite is the Twitter poster “As long as you Tweet, we can’t fail”. I think the concepts are excellent, and all are available as prints:
These unique paintings of houses were created by Amy Casey, who resides in Cleveland, Ohio USA. The ways in which the buildings are intertwined with sticks, stilts and web-like features is pretty fascinating: