Alexis Marcou is an extremely talented graphic designer from Greece, with loads of creativity. He has got a unique style of blending drawings with futuristic typography and abstract forms. His work uses a hand sketched look, combined with digital precision to create sharp, yet highly creative, expressive pieces.
Caldwell Tanner of College Humor created these hilarious illustrations that imagine some of the world’s most popular websites as Internet Superheroes
A Japanese student Takayuki Hori has created this amazing x-ray origami series entitled 'oritsunagumono' (translated as 'things folded and connected') that shines light, quite literally, on the most endangered species from Japan’s coasts.
“Minimalist Muppets” by Eric Slager.
(L to R)
Kermit the Frog, Fozzie Bear, Swedish Chef, Scooter, Waldorf, Statler, Rizzo the Rat
Dr. Teeth, Zoot, Sgt. Floyd Pepper, Janice, Animal, Bunsen Honeydew, Beaker
Sweetums, Sam the Eagle, Gonzo the Great, Camilla the Chicken, Miss Piggy, Rowlf the Dog
In this series entitled “I am Winnie the Pooh” French photographer Benjamin Béchet shows the daily life of famous superheroes and cartoon characters.
The Story Of Sushi, a short film created for Bamboo Sushi restaurant in Portland, Oregon, has a pretty depressing take on the state of the world's sushi. The four minute film dives into issues of sustainability and overfishing, and is worth watching if you need a primer on how fishing works (or if you want to get really sad). The story is told with handcrafted miniatures that took seven months to make (Lori Nix and Kathleen Gerber.). The video is directed by Vincent Peone.