The artist is a receptacle for emotions that come from all over the place: from the sky, from the earth, from a scrap of paper, from a passing shape, from a spider’s web.
For the latest issue of Google’s Think Quarterly, they got 16 illustrators to design 2,500 bespoke covers with each one being different. The huge floor drawing was made over the course of three days. Each cover comes from a section of the huge piece everyone drew on.
To better understand it, watch the video of how this gigantic piece of artwork came to be.
With a slew of awards under their belt, Norwegian born Kjell Ekhorn and British born Jon Forss are the creative minds behind the Non-Format team which began in 2000. Putting their creative direction and design talent together, the duo work on a range of projects from illustration to advertising. Their clients include M&C Saatchi, McCann Erickson and Ogilvy & Mather. This is why:
Introducing, the little people that make a big impact. Starting off in 2006, these miniature models have been seen in streets all over the world. According to the man behind them, 28 year old UK based Slinkachu, “It is both a street art installation project and a photography project”. Each little set up is cleverly constructed with everyday items looking larger than life next to mini people living their everyday itsy bitsy lives.
I love making lists of things to do and ticking off the boxes once I’m done with each one. Here are a few lists of a different kind I found while looking around my nest of magpie collections.