Spanish sculptor and artist Romulo Celdran (born in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, 1973) makes hyper-realistic oversized versions of everyday household objects. Romulo says that his series entitled ‘Macro’ acts as a kind of traditional magnifying glass that draws us closer to the object worthy of observation even when we keep an appropriate distance in order to view it.
No matter how advanced our society and technology is, we can never forget our origins, and we will always need something green around us. Of course, the best idea is actually spending some time in the countryside, but it’s not always possible, so the only thing left is probably bringing some nature to your house instead.
Logo designer Graham Smith has created an interesting project called ©Brand Reversioning. In his words: “A Brand Reversion is a brand logo that has undertaken a creative change based on the visual style of another brand logo: Brand identities with a split personality.” Even if it feels that something is off, the new reversed logos are so well executed, that one might easily fall for this trick.
We frequently check our visitor statistics to find out what you like most, and probably the most popular posts are about creative advertising. Not wanting to let you down, this time we handpicked another incredible collection of creative guerrilla advertising examples using oversized objects.
Donald Tobias Wong was a Canadian born designer and artist who died last year at the age of 35, or exactly 13,138 days. In tribute, friend Frederick McSwain created a portrait of Wong entitled Die using 13,138 dice, or one die for every day he lived.
You probably already think that we are obsessed with logo design (and you’re probably right), but our numbers show that most of you guys enjoy logos as much as we do.
That’s why we proudly present 40 more clever logos with hidden symbolism.
German street artist EVOL transforms banal urban surfaces into miniature lifelike buildings. He is like an urban planner, but unlike the others, he creates a city within the city.The artist uses complicated stencils to quickly transform powerboxes, and other worn urban surfaces into miniature apartment buildings or other structures.
Some may argue, but one of the hardest things in life is is actually choosing a gift for someone you care. A good way to start is probably by trying to remember what that person likes doing, what his passion and hobbies are. Today, when almost everyone has a DSLR, and “[put a name]photography.com” website, you probably can’t go wrong with a gift related to photography. That’s why we want to show you these 20 cool and creative gadgets for photography lovers – hope you’ll find what you’re looking for.