Most people don’t know that racing cars were given their looks not by marketing strategists or designers, but by chance. Go Faster is a collection of over 100 examples of racecar design that documents the carefree anarchy in which they were created.
A rare book indeed! World Famous Design Junkies explores the book “Cartoons and Caricatures or Making the World Laugh”, written and illustrated in the 20 years leading up to 1910 by illustrator Eugene Zimmerman AKA "Zim!" (Complete with tie strap!)
From Voodoo Doughnuts in Portland, Oregon, to unauthorized Duff Beer in Argentina, Morgan Spurlock delivers an entertaining documentary on the world's favorite dysfunctional (and loving) family. The full Simpsons documentary is now available online...
The Mini Beachcomber concept made its debut at the Detroit Motor Show as a throwback to the Moke from the 60s, but with the off-road capabilities that the original never had. Featuring all-wheel drive, the Beachcomber has no doors or roof.
Balázs Szabó works a project where the type is cut out of foamcore, painted, and stamped onto a big giant piece of ribbon paper, which is then strewn from the ceiling of a gallery - quite exquisite! Quite giant!
Russian artist Sveta Shubina has done some wonderful things with paper and scissors. Her project Paper Cut Deer displays the beauty of forests, and antlers. Check out her photostream on Flickr for more work.
This impressive project from Vincent Callebaut Architects is meant to navigate through the rivers in Europe in order to clean water and make it drinkable. Its name comes from “Physalia physalis”, meaning “water bubble”.
The exterior and interior design sketches of the Detroit showcar Audi e-tron Concept, the compact two-seater electric sportscar that adopts the design language introduced with the original e-tron at Frankfurt.
Archan Nair is a self developed artist , Art Director and illustrator, based out of New Delhi, India. He has been producing visual art and interactive designs for Canon, Tiger Beer, Boss, Dodge, Microsoft, GQ, Sony etc.