This packaging design for Hawkers & Wolfnoir was created by graphic designer and illustrator David Sanden, graffiti artist and illustrator Rock Roice and creative director and graphic designer Alvaro Cabeza. We were asked to design the packaging for a limited edition collaboration between Hawkers and Wolfnoir, two sunglasses companies. We developed lettering, monogram and some illustrations to dress the packaging, trying to achieve a handmade – victorian engraved look. Illustrations by Rock Roice. Lettering design, monogram and ornaments by David Sanden.
This gorgeous food photography is by the talented Vanessa Rees, a Brooklyn based photographer focusing on food, still life, and lifestyle. A few of her clients include; Ralph Lauren, Midnight Moon and Crane & Co. To see more inspiring photography by Vanessa, check out her website via the link at the bottom of this article. I’m very passionate about creating beautiful light. It’s not uncommon for me to use up to 8 different light sources for one shot. Although sometimes just 1 or 2 does the trick.
This collection of stunning portrait photography is by Can Dağarslanı, at aged 28 whilst studying architecture he became more interested in photography. In 2003 Can started doing various landscape shoots of different places that would bring out each city’s architectural plan. He then discovered analography, he stopped using his digital camera and from then on his passion for photography grew. People can easily perceive desire of depicting human’s inner sensation by using expressive colors and natural light.
I was recently on holiday in America and visited Hollywood, I thought this would be a good opportunity to exercise my photography skills. I decided to walk around for a couple of days to how many photos I could take of all of the homeless people. It was fascinating to me because we don’t have the same plethora of homeless people as L.A. It was interesting to hear all of their stories and how they came to live on the streets. This project was both a sad yet humbling one.
NORDES Design Group based in Minsk, Belarus, with branches in Moscow and Saint Peters-burg have designed this awesome industrial interior design which they have called the ‘Den-Loft’. They specialize in interior design, architecture and 3d visualization. We wanted to create an interior for a free man. Free of stereotypes, prejudice, unnecessary things. Person does not sit still, active, loving travel and partying with friends at home. This is why the floor space as open as possible. There is not a huge built-in wardrobe. Folding sofa, which saves space. Kitchen, if necessary, is completely hidden behind sliding facades. We wanted …
This project for the ESPN Winter X Games was beautifully created by Golden Wolf, a London based animation studio and the sister company of award winning design boutique, I Love Dust. The final motion piece that Golden Wolf has created features a similar technique that was used in the project featured within today’s previous article ‘Awesome Drawings on Photographs by Johan Thornqvist‘. Both use real imagery (either moving or still) and have illustrated directly on top creating a surreal, and interesting effect.
Swedish illustrator, Johan Thornqvist, transforms everyday photography captured with a phone from being lifeless to exciting, intriguing and creative pieces of art by simply illustrating his unique style directly on top. This is the second time that we have spoken about the work of Johan, previously we were in fact talking about the same project, but we included some earlier pieces. If you are interested in seeing more, check out the first article.
We have featured BMD Design’s vintage typography pieces before and recently I decided to re-visited his site and found a tonne more awesome work, to see our first post click here. I’m a huge fan of BMD, in fact, as I type this two of his pieces are hanging on my wall (one of which is in the below image – far right, row 2). The clatter of machine sounds, the smell of gasoline enters our nostrils , the letters dance and stretch , sips of black or blue ink , drawn by …
Oleg Oprisco, a Ukranian photographer that has created some of the beautiful fine art photography. Each image is full of wonder, emotion, and beautiful color choices, and his portfolio is full to the brim with inspiration and creativity. Oprisco’s imagery has quite a large following, topping almost 350,000 pageviews on DeviantArt alone, and the only project that he uploaded to his Behance profile was hand picked for a spot on Photography Served. Below I have selected 30 images from the product he entitles ‘Soul Images‘.
These creepy and surreal character designs are from multiple projects by Alicia Martin Lopez, she is a visual artist from Spain currently living in New York. In her work she combines both traditional and digital techniques, firstly Alicia starts off with a sketch, then adds more detail and color digitally.
Simon Alander specializes in typography and lettering, his style is broad and not limited to one particular genre of typography. He has created a collection of excellent pieces ranging from Script to Sans. He currently lives and works in Sweden and says that he is inspired by food, music, street wear (particularly the sneaker culture). Typography and lettering is what really makes me happy and passionate. I love to mix different techniques — both analogue and digital.
Irina & Olga Ert are two sisters from Russia who have collaborated together to create these digital illustrations, and evidently they make a great team. Their main source of inspiration lies within the nomadic spirit, Asian philosophy and the Chingiskihaan influence. As well as digital artwork Irina & Olga sculpt, and create various editorial work all of which have been finished with their unique style.
This collection of creepy and surreal portrait paintings that I can only describe as being ‘Wide Eyed Portraits’ by Tokyo artist Korehiko Hino has strangely combined psychotic with innocence, if there is such a combination. Korenhiko’s work has been exhibited both in solo and group exhibitions.
Emily Haworth is a freelance illustrator living in Chicago, Illinois. The style of her work is fantastically surreal with the personality of illustrations usually found within children’s books. As well as being an illustrator Emily also makes jewelry and sells her necklaces, rings and earrings on her online Etsy account.
David Terrazas is a professional portrait, fashion and travel photographer based in Bangkok, Thailand. By capturing unique and memorable photographs David has made quite a name for himself in his field of work, below I have compiled some of my favorite shots of his.