I can’t remember how, when or where I came across Pac0 Pomet. But when you see his surreal paintings you don’t forget them easily.
This splendid totem of absurdity and goof is by NIARK1, an ace illustrator from Paris.
His work often features intense and colourful characters. It’s fun and it’s rich and more can be seen at www.niark1.com.
This particular illustration is the perfect accompaniment to full-on week.
I originally found it on Behance.
Raymond Biesinger is a self-taught illustrator based in Edmonton, Canada.
* ‘Morsels’ is the name I gave it. The site doesn’t provide the artist’s title.
This photo is going to catch the eye of a blogger who calls his site ‘BasicCraft’.
I don’t know Clivio but his book is about anonymous designed objects: simple, functional, yet elegant and astoundingly. For Clivio the complexity of the design process is best demonstrated, not by design objects, but on the basis of things from everyday life.
My sentiments exactly.
Found via Creative and Live.
Went in to visit the Google’s Public Sector team this week to pick their brains on YouTube. Charlotte and Katarina had lots of interesting things to demonstrate, but I was most taken by a video they showed me.
Insighful and hardworking creative, using the technolgy and the channel superbly; not preachy but makes you think twice. I think this might have an impact; it’s already caught on and seems to generating the views from exactly the intended audience. I’m really keen to locate an evaluation. Continue reading “Choose a different ending”
Louise Z Pomeroy is a fantastic young illustrator whose stuff is all a bit subtly twisted and distrubing. I picked this out because it was one of the least edgy options that would be suitable for my office, and also because corvids are my favourite family of birds. That OK?
Hat-tip to Booooooom for the find.