Archive for January, 2010

A cool take on Japanese ink and brush illustration by Nanami Cowdroy

via My Modern Met


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Each year the Dutch postal service works with a children’s welfare charity to produce a series of stamps whose proceeds help fund the charity. This year’s theme was ‘Let Children Learn’. They approached Christian Borstlap who took ‘things you don’t learn from a book’ as his particular inspiration. These sweet, simple drawings are the result

The new stamps have also been brought to life in a two minute animation by director, Paul Postma (unfortunately now without sound, as the music on it wasn’t licensed)

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Fever dog

The incredible video for Ramona Falls “I Say Fever”, directed and animated by Stefan Nadelman.

Stunning styling and animation, and direction that brilliantly marries the video to the music. I could watch this over and over again

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Lovely papercraft illustrations by Maurizio Santucci

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I don’t know enough about photography to properly work out why Kalle Gustafsson‘s photos are so brilliant. But I think it’s a combination of colour saturation, composition and a sense of a greater story that combine to give the pictures a painting-like quality…

Anyway, photos:

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Ich bin ein doughnut

Matthias Heidrich‘s photos cover a range of styles, from the flat composition and vibrant colour of his Colour Berlin photoset (represented by the second shot below), to the dreamy washed-out colours of the bottom two shots

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Age of Aquarius

The last batches of instant photographic film produced by Polaroid reached their expiry date in 2009. But they could still live on…

Neil Krug uses expired Polaroid film to create these warm, nostalgia-soaked photos, which look like they were been unearthed from a long-forgotten 70’s photo album

via iso50

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