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?
Playful learning is not only good as a child: the creators of Gamebook think so too, because in this interactive book we can read about ancient,
The surreal renderings of the 3D artist Filip Hodas from Prague give a glimpse into a dystopian reality. His images are built on the contradictions of
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
German illustrator and graphic designer Maximilian Bolduan was working on this collection for thirty days. The artist created a new, geometrically arranged illustration each day, which
Designing brand identity is not an easy task. Such a challenge requires a high degree of creativity and sensitivity from the designer. The brand identity of
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
Microsoft will replace its default font, Calibri, after fourteen years. After Times New Roman, Calibri became the default font of all Microsoft software in 2007, and
In recent years, there has again been a growing interest in perhaps the most aesthetic media in the music industry, records. This need was only increased
We hardly need to introduce Marcell Puskás, who delights us with his elegant and playful typographic works and graphic design pieces throughout the year. Now, he
Many things can happen on an average weekend in the crowded zoo: including a monkey handing out bananas to the visitors, Tarzan hanging on a rope
We love zines because they are about freedom: there are no rules, no expectations, no need for expertise, just a good idea. They can be about
Berlin-based graphic designer Oli Meier’s unique font called Vary was recently published. The font family is inspired by the Bulgarian alphabet, more precisely its “G” character.
Intimate and humorous by default, but critical and analytical if needed: the authors of the online platform dubbed Lazy Women have been writing about the social-economic
Italian masters come into focus on the packaging of a brand offering premium meat delicacies: the creator is Dmitry Kultygin, a Russian graphic designer. Store shelves