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Spires: Astonishingly Abstract Spires aka James Soares is a...

Spires: Astonishingly Abstract Spires aka James Soares is a mobile artist, making most of his art on iOS devices. Originally from Bristol, RI, Spires currently works from his studio in New Bedford, MA. He produces patterns that work as vehicles for color by combining shape, value & texture, his geometric designs juxtapose both structure & randomness, the mechanical with the organic. More Spires: Tumblr | Facebook | Twitter ● Buy prints, apparel, device cases & much more at Spires’ Society6 Shop Cross Connect is shaping up on Facebook & Twitter Posted by Yellowmenace

Fairytale Book Covers By Latvian Artist  Aniko...

Fairytale Book Covers By Latvian Artist  Aniko Kolesnikova  Elaborate book covers have been Aniko Kolesnikova’s passion since 2009. The Latvian designer-artist, working under the name Mandarin Duck, specializes in creating dragon-, animal-, bird-, fantasy-, and nature-inspired polymer journals. She occasionally takes custom orders, too. Bookbinding in the West is recorded from the 5th century onwards, although the earliest surviving book is the 8th-century St. Cuthbery Gospel. Books were bound in materials such as wood, leather, and cloth, but did you know that some books were also bound in human skin? This is called anthropodermic bibliopegy. Kolesnikova has made YouTube tutorials on journal cover design too, so if binding with skin isn’t your thing, she’ll teach you how to do it with polymer. Thanks Beautifullife. For more Art follow us on Instagram || Twitter || Facebook Selected by Andrew

Future-Past Film Posters by Peter Stults Peter Stults aka...

Future-Past Film Posters by Peter Stults Peter Stults aka Stultsified creates vintage style movie posters for modern films recast with stars from bygone eras. Which is your favorite? “The story is simple. Born & raised in Northern California. Higher Education in Film & Digital Media. Work in Social Media & Marketing. Recently settled in New York City. Have a passion for all things art & design related.” More Stultsified: Tumblr | Twitter | Shop Cross Connect is also starring in Facebook & Twitter Posted by Yellowmenace

Drawings by Ricardo FumanalRicardo Fumanal was born in Spain...

Drawings by Ricardo Fumanal Ricardo Fumanal was born in Spain (1984). He moved to London after cultivating his youthful spirit in Barcelona and Madrid. Ricardo’s interests range from Fine arts to fashion and advertising photography. Thus, his main professional activity as an illustrator draws from a broad array of techniques and languages. His current artistic outlook is expanding from the realm of manual drawing (marker, pencil and ink on paper) into moving images. Buy prints  and check out his Instagram . Art is the only way to run away without leaving home - run with us . posted by Margaret   via

Huracan City Rover : Micro Car for All

No wonder Huracan City Rover won Michelin 2016 “Mobility for All” Design Challenge, this concept car rethinks the micro-car design so that it can have smaller footprint than a Smart fortwo yet features roomy design. This concept car features fresh design, spacious interior, and a top speed of 30-50km/h. All these features make this mini rover an urban-only electric transportation with enough power to serve daily commutes for public, even in restricted areas, this micro car can move smoothly thanks to its compact body. It’s been designed so that it can be built around simple structures with affordable materials, it can configured to use three or four wheels, depending on the infrastructure needs. The smart interior design allows for wheelchair bound people to drive and keep wheelchair in the car, the door has been designed to meet required standards and two wheelchair setups. Designers : Marin Myftiu and Hussain Almossawi Sponsored by Huracan Huracan City Rover project aims spe