The good people over at Visual.ly picked up this amazing infographic from Italian publication, Corriere Della Sera who have produced an infographic of novelists and their detectives. The visualization analyses the geography of 68 detective in crime novels: enlightening relations between authors’ home-town and country and where their detectives operate. Detectives are located according to [...]
Created by Michael Murdock of Sabor Design Studios, these well worn designs appear to be ads from a lost alternate universe. Each features the diagram of some imaginative technology, along with detailed notes on their pertinent features. Picture radio’s or hover spheres anyone? I could have geeked out on these for hours as a kid, [...]
Graphic designer Patrícia Póvoa has created a wonderfully minimalist set of legendary coifs that need no introduction. The silhouetted hairstyles stand alone against a radiantly coloured backdrop in the Portuguese artist’s series titled Copyrighted Famous Hairs. Click the pic to see more.
For the past two years, graphic designer Vahram Muratyan, a self-described “lover of Paris wandering through New York,” has been chronicling the peculiarities and contradictions of the two cities through “a friendly visual match” of minimalist illustrated parallel portraits. Today, Muratyan joins the finest blog-turned-books with Paris versus New York: A Tally of Two Cities [...]
Graphic designer Viktor Hertz has created an awesome collection of posters depicting song titles from famous artists. Frank Zappa’s ‘Don’t eat the yellow snow’ becomes a dinner setting with a red line through a snowflake and The Beatles ‘eight days a week’ becomes a calendar of hearts. click the pic to see more.
Freelance graphic designer Paulo Capdeville has created a cracking set of posters of Marvel Comic superheroes, but in 8-Bit. Can you guess them all without looking at the labels below? Click the pic to see all of them.
Melbourne-based art director Sonia Rentsch has an eye for prop styling, as displayed in her spirited tableware series entitled Dinner Etiquette. Rentsch, with the help of photographer Scott Newett, adds life and personality to inanimate objects. Each of the still-life stylist’s creations feature plates and various dining utensils in charming compositions that form representations of [...]
A fascinating new video looks at the history of t-shirt design, where it is now, and where it’s going. Starring luminaries of the print and design process, they all postulate on why t-shirts have become an enduring, and in some ways anti-fashion statement for both men and women everywhere. Oh, and there are lots of [...]
Lineposters sell exquisite interpretations of popular city transportation systems. The project is a collaboration between graphic designer, Cayla and engineer, John. The two say, even though they’ve only just begun, they’ve already received praise for their minimalist takes on our cluttered rail networks. So far they’ve designed posters for Tokyo, Paris, New York, Berlin, Moscow, [...]
The wonderful French style and food blog created by Emilie Griottes has come up with something rather special. These handmade Pantone Colour Tarts are just brilliant. These pastries are an imaginative take on the classic colour chips while showcasing the lovely hues of everyday foods. Click the pic to take a closer look.