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The Art of Ed Org, a British illustrator best known for his... crss

Giga Kobidze: Graphic Impact Giga Kobidze is a young...

Giga Kobidze: Graphic Impact Giga Kobidze is a young illustrator & graphic designer from Tbilisi, Georgia. Facebook | Twitter ● You can buy prints, apparel, phone cases & more from Giga’s Society6 Shop Follow Cross Connect on Facebook || Twitter || Instagram Posted by Yellowmenace

nonconcept: Inspiration: Summer 2016

nonconcept : Inspiration: Summer 2016

Jared Africa: Marker Monster Madness Jared Africa is an artist...

Jared Africa: Marker Monster Madness Jared Africa is an artist & musician living in Reno, Nevada. Armed only with pens, markers & a sketch pad, Jared creates these complex psychedelic monstrosities. Tumblr | Instagram | Twitter ● You can buy prints, t-shirts & more from Jared’s Society6 Shop Follow Cross Connect on Facebook || Twitter || Instagram Posted by Yellowmenace

01sentencereviews: “Once upon a time there was a little prince...

01sentencereviews : “Once upon a time there was a little prince who lived on a planet that was scarcely bigger than himself…” The Little Prince (2015, Mark Osborne) cinematography by Kris Kapp and Adel Abada

Nomadic Linko Modular System Folds Flat for Easy Storage or Transport

When you prefer to live a nomadic lifestyle, it involves moving around a lot. Natalia Geci has designed Linko system to help you setup your temporary living space easier. It’s a customizable system that consists of metal frames held together by wooden hinges, it allows you to create countless configurations to meet your needs. When you moving so often due to works or because you love traveling, moving heavy pieces of furniture is not an option. Linko is a lightweight, modular system that can be easily carried wherever you go, there are various accessories available to provide you with possibility to design your own product/furniture set. Designer : Natalia Geci Linko is available in different colors of metal frames, of course in a variety of heights and widths. You can keep your stuff inside those storage pouches made out of leather or canvas. This smart system can be folded flat for easy transport or storage. Nomadic Linko Modular System Folds Flat for Easy Storage or Tran

Atmospheric Illustration from Faryn Hughes Faryn Hughes is an...

Atmospheric Illustration from Faryn Hughes Faryn Hughes is an illustrator from Saint Paul, Minnesota who specializes in dreamy and ethereal watercolor works inspired by nature scenes, animal wildlife, fairy tales, and oriental designs. Most of her work is done in a water based medium because of its natural ability to capture the movement and fluidity of a childlike imagination and the complex depth of dreams. She loves designing artwork that creates an encompassing, utopian atmosphere for the viewer while also telling a hidden narrative. Faryn’s previous illustrative projects have been for children’s books, editorial concepts, textiles, and advertisements. Tumblr || Facebook || Society6 || Instagram || Website Thank you for your submission    Submit here

GT Concept Car for AUFEER Design by Arpad Takacs

This GT concept car is Árpád Takács design proposal for AUFEER Design as part as his final MA project. You can read his explanation about this project below. Gran Turismo in my interpretation is a top level hypercar that you can use for everyday life. These types of cars reflect simplicity and functionality in their form language. The key element that makes this GT concept different from other concepts is the window cover panels that can slide through the back of the car and can transfer to aerodynamic element. These panels can increase the stability of the vehicle at high speed by simply opening and closing. In the meantime, the front panels are simultaneously moving up and down. The strong visual element on the side of the car not only gives a memorable and iconic vision but also include the rails that the panels can slide on. The main idea for the movable panels came from the U.S. fighter jets that can fold their wings while they are in the mothership. The final vision has the p

KANTON DX35 : Modern Analog Film Development Device

KANTON DX35 – analog film development made easy. Thomas J.Müller has designed a concept device to develop your color films (including black and white) in both 35 and 120mm without the need of a darkroom. It sounds pretty cool, doesn’t it? Nowadays, developing films at home can be time consuming and highly unreliable in the term of result. Keep in mind that you would need a dark room, a developing tank, and several chemicals that you need to heat in on a stove or sink. It’s not finish yet, that set of tank still needs to be continually agitated to get a good result, very impractical. KANTON DX35 is a smart device that includes a daylight tank that allows you to put in the exposed film under bright light conditions, the agitation process is automated to make sure a steady developing process. Designer : Thomas J.Müller All chemicals are being heated and monitored without the need for sturdy cables and with a precision of 0,1-degree C. Simply adjust the reel where you put the film,