Astonishing Stockholm Subway Art

The Stockholm County Metro Subway in Sweden is quite an architectural marvel; I think you’ll agree. The subway system has 100 uniquely-designed stations, with 47 underground and 53 above ground level. After occasionally traveling on the boring, non-decorated London Tube, I can attest to how much I admire this stunning architecture. From painted tunnels, rainbows, red walls and mood-lit spaces, this “subway art” is simply astonishing…

stockholm blue wall painting

10 Colorful Illustrations by Ric Stultz

working the angles

These amazing colorful illustrations are by artist Ric Stultz. They are painted with gouache, gesso & ink on paper. Ric has a great and distinctive painting style, which I think you’ll agree is totally unique. Although he’s produced and exhibited many more

Vibrant Textile Artwork showing Colorful Orbs by Talented Sculptor Serena Garcia Dalla Venezia

This colorful sculpture work was craftily created by Chilean sculptor/artist, Serena Garcia Dalla Venezia. She has created this set of works (which I have chosen a selection from to form the gallery below) by stuffing fabric orbs or ‘balls’ to form intricate and fascinating patterns to form textile artwork…

Gallery // Vibrant Textile Artwork showing Colorful Orbs

balls of cloth on display on wall

Masayoshi Matsumoto Makes Unbelievable Balloon Animals

balloon catipplar image

Wow! I’m sure that most of us haven’t seen any type of balloon models like this before. Japanese balloon artist and sculptor Masayoshi Matsumoto has created some masterpieces with model balloons. Up until now, the most intricate Balloon Animal that I had seen was a dodgy-looking giraffe! As can be seen in the balloon galley below, Matsumoto has expertly crafted a multi-colored iguana, an orange T-Rex Dinosaur, a Hermit Crab and even an intricate Millipede (or caterpillar?). You can see more of his work over on his site, but here’s a selection of his work below…

Gallery //+ Balloon Animals by Masayoshi Matsumoto

Model balloon iguana in blue and yellow

Green balloon catipillar image


★ See the rest of these images over on Design Soak.

Further Information // “Masayoshi Matsumoto Makes Unbelievable Balloon Animals” // All the images shown within this post are © Copyright Masayoshi Matsumoto. You can see more of their work over at Isopresso. Via Colossal.

Functional Crayon Business Cards by Dori

Check these out! Canadian design student Dorota Pankowska just contacted me to show some new Crayon Business Cards she has created. By using wax crayons to form the ‘very-functional’ cards, I’m sure these will stand out from the crowd…

Yellow text on Blue background

I’m super excited to show you guys my new creative business cards made out of crayon, for when I really want to make an impression! I love thinking of fun business card ideas – in 2011 was the start of my business coins, and in 2013 I created out of the box business cards. I think these ones are my favourite – they really capture my passion to be creative in professional ways.

Gallery //+ Colorful Crayon Business Cards by Dori

Crayons with cards

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Further Information // “Functional Crayon Business Cards by Dori” // All the images shown within this post are © Copyright Dorota Pankowska. You can see more of her work over at

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Beautiful Jellyfish Glass Sculptures by Rick Satava

green Jellyfish Glass Sculptures

This stunning glass sculptures were created by Californian sculptor, Rick Satava. If you would like to check out how he makes these, head over to his site where the process is shown. The Satavo studio makes around 300 of these glass pieces per month, and they come in an array of colors and types…

Gallery // Beautiful Jellyfish Glass Sculptures

Orange Jellyfish Glass Sculptures

Surreal Jellyfish

Clear Jellyfish

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Further Information // “Beautiful Jellyfish Glass Sculptures by Satava” // All the images shown within this post are © Copyright Satava. You can see more of their work over at Satava Glass.

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Yarn Sculpture Sneakers Look Like Brain and Intestines?

Players and Poster image

These sneaker 3D renderings were a personal project ‘experimenting with colour, surface and intricate pattern making with yarns’; created by UK-based Illustrator, Chris LaBrooy (see previous).

SEE ALSO: Web and Social Media Sneakers.

As a side-note—I think the way that the ‘yarn’ is squashed together looks a bit like a cross-section of a brain, or even intestines! Or is it just me? In any case, these designs are visually-stunning, don’t you agree? Check out the gallery below, along with a couple of examples of how they were created in 3D…

Galley // Yarn Sculpture Sneakers by Chris LaBrooy

yarn sculpture art

pink green and yellow yarn sculpture

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Coloured Fishing Nets Suspended in the Sky by Janet Echelman

These wonderfully-intricate coloured fishing nets are created and constructed by artist, Janet Echelman. Drawing inspiration on a trip to India as a Fulbright Scholar, she saw that some fishermen in the village of Mahabalipuram were using nets of high quality of strength. For some reason, she had a creative idea to somehow suspend nets like the ones she saw, in the air — in the sky!

See also: Carpark Drenched in Color.

Since this trip to India earlier in her career, Echelman has travelled around the globe installing these net sculptures at varied locations. Take a look at the gallery below, I think you’ll be pleasantly amazed…

Gallery // Coloured Fishing Nets by Janet Echelman

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More Laugh-Out-Loud Glennz Tees Designs

If you haven’t seen any of Glennz Tees Designs before (previously), then prepare to be amazed and to laugh! Glenn Jones, the designer of these illustrations, has a very unique illustrative style that combines simplistic line-art, punchy-colour and pure imagination. If I were to summarise Glennz Tees in one work, it would be “quirky”…

See Also: 10 Excellent Illustrations from Glennz.

The gallery below shows only a selection of his recent work. I just love the Robo Pop and TV knife and fork illustrations. Which is your favourite?

Gallery // Glennz Tees Designs

glennz tees designs - dont slip on lego

Instagram birdhouse

cat week cartoon

t-rex with small arms

Robo pop Robocop

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