Full moon, the Grim Reaper and skulls, drawn with details evoking the meticulous lines of Renaissance copper engravings: this description could easily fit one of the
What makes a place eye-catching or recognizable? What role could this play in the case of urban spaces? How can we combine architecture with public art?
Anyone can draw—we often hear this comment about an illustration. While everyone can draw, they can’t necessarily illustrate. Designing and practicing an illustrative world requires just
The Design Management Award, established in 2009, was initiated by the Hungarian Design Council with the aim of recognizing organizations that show exemplary results and successful
Nowadays, we store thousands of recordings of our loved ones on our mobile, which fills us with relief. “Yes, we got it, we recorded it”: a
He learned how to bake bread and became more considerate in terms of finance: Károly Boldizsár, the founder of the stationery brand Bomo Art Budapest, has
The name of Slovak stylist and photographer Maria Švarbová may be familiar to our regular readers: using the socialist-functionalist buildings that define her art, she reaches
On the website of the Hungarian National Gallery you can read a super painting analysis of Pál Szinyei Merse’s painting entitled Picnic in May. If someone
Jewelry as a carrier of messages, a means of communication or a symbol: in the jewelry pieces of the Romanian JULS brand, thoughts are transformed into
South Korean designer Jong Min has shared an incredible typographical and illustration project, which was inspired by the painting style of Vassily Kandinsky. Jong has designed
Last year, the Slovak IKS Theater celebrated the 100th anniversary of its founding, in celebration of which theater fans were surprised by a special board game.
Even though the intricate story of the sugar factory in Dunajská Streda is already quite fascinating in itself, the prosperity of the Slovak sugar industry and
The Time Machine, Frankenstein and Brave New World—the Royal Mail pays homage to British sci-fi writers with a collection of six stamps. The 2021 release of
Regular readers of our series may have noticed that there is a theme that comes up again and again in our articles: it’s nothing more than
In his new series, Portuguese typographer and graphic artist Rafael Serra gave a new look to the logos of well-known world brands. Brand logos have become