Visually stunning, experimental design website!

This is a site I stumbled across doing some Uni research, it belongs to an extremely talented, creative and precise designer. I love the way every image is of completely original origin and the complexity and crisp presentation of the designs are susan-perb!

http://www.viniciuscosta.tv/index.html

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Bringing sexy back to the streets!!!

Claire Streetart is a French graffiti artist who is currently bringing sexy back to the streets with her art. Claire Streetart’s works depict couples engaging in ‘fondlementary'(that’s copyright sammylee y’all!) activity adding a much needed bit of romance to the world of urban art!

 

 

 

 

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AT AT mans best friend!

This is a bootiful little piece of film created by Patrick Boivin. Such a great concept and very cleverly created, I thought the AT AT was computer animated in the running dog sequences at first but as you can see from the making of clip its actually stop motion hand animated!

 

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Everybody loves Drew Struzan… they just aren’t aware of it!

I did a blog a while ago about 1980’s movie poster magic, well I need to mention the guy responsible for the majority of that magic- Drew Struzan. This guy is not only responsible for turning a feature length movie into one remarkable image, he is also responisible for many images/memories  I cherish from my childhood and I’m sure I’m not the only one!

There is so much love for this guys work that a movie has been made about him- check out the trailer…

(http://drewthemovie.com/)

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Minimalist Star Wars!!!


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Andy Helms has created these beauties, using triangles and circles made from spaceships that feature in the original trilogy…. lets be honest- the only one’s that count!

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Seven deadly sins skull art!

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‘Bottle’ by Kirsten Lepore

This beautiful story is a stop-motion short animation about two very different people who start a dialogue via items sent in a bottle across a dividing ocean. I like it not only because it’s creation is technically so ambitious (with the water, snow and sand character material choices), but because it’s heartfelt and doesn’t follow formula!

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