Continuing our previous collection of Most Unusual and Interactive Business Cards we handpicked another 21 creative business card designs for your inspiration. As we talked before, even the most creative business card design cannot guarantee your business success, however it is one of those very first things that make a very long lasting impression. So, if you happen to be designing a business card right now, you’ve come to the right place – these 21 wonderful business cards will definitely make your creative juices flowing.
It’s hard to believe, but the pictures you’re about to see are not photographs – they were all drawn using a single pencil! Paul Lung, a Hong Kong based graphic designer doesn’t even use an eraser – all he needs is a 0.5 mm technical pencil, A2 paper and some time..Well, about 60 hours. The artist even has to document his work process in order to prove that his works are actually drawn.
A clock is one of the oldest human inventions, and besides telling the exact time it often serves as an important wall-decorating accessory. Classical design of a clock is already iconic, and you probably rarely see anything different than that. That’s why we want to shake things up a bit, and show you these 25 clever and unusual examples of clock designs.
A surfer, and a self-taught chef Jim Denevan creates breathtaking geometric sand sculptures freehand with a length of driftwood during the period of low tide. Over the past 17 years Jim has composed hundreds of unique sand drawings at beach locations in California and around the world, however you can only see them in pictures as they last only as long as the next high tide.
If you are a beginner photographer or designer looking for an easy way to success, then all you need to do is one project. That’s it! Only this one little “365 project”. Of course, it’s not as easy as it sounds – those who’ve tried it know. So, before you start, you may need some inspiration, and I can’t think of a better 365 project example than Brock Davis’ “Make Something Cool Every Day”.
If you remember “Pencil versus Camera” project by Ben Heine then this is something really similar, however this time Jason Powell allows us to look into the past. Images are made by finding old photographs of places, printing them out, and then holding the print up in the modern day location that the original photograph was taken.
Sure, picking an ordinary comfortable bed may seem as a good idea, but the problem is, nobody will ever notice it. If you want to show off, you need something more creative, and this list of 26 cool and unusual bed designs is a good way to start.
Hey Pandas, are you ready for another dose of creative guerrilla advertising? We’ve handpicked another awesome collection of guerrilla marketing examples that we are eager to share it with you. So put aside your bamboos, and prepare yourself for some serious inspiration!
This time we compiled a list of the world’s top 5 most talented 3D sidewalk chalk artists showcasing some of their best works. Those guys are: Edgar Mueller, Julian Beever, Kurt Wenner, Manfred Stader, and Eduardo Rolero. Their works are created using a projection called anamorphosis, and create the illusion of three dimensions when viewed from the correct angle.
Born and raised in New Orleans La, USA, Craig Tracy has always been an artist. A graduate with honors from The Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale, Craig was a professional Freelance Illustrator by the age of twenty. Actually, he hated being an illustrator, so he retired from illustration 6 years later. Only then he fell in love with body painting, and now he’s one of the most famous body painting artists in the world.
After so many years, I can still vividly remember the day when I got my first gaming console NES. It was one of the happiest days of my life! And now, more than 15 years since its release, London-based artist Aled Lewis created a mash-up of video game characters and photographic scenes. So, for every Nintendo fan it will be a big pleasure viewing these images and remembering those careless childhood days.