Delicious Design League's version of Darwin's Origin of Species Poster for Gallery 1988 “Required Reading”
Aruppel's adorable tree prints of various states ~ here's the California Redwood edition ~ Wisconsin, Washington, Michigan, and Oregon too.
Another great poster from Pop Chart Lab, the Illustrious Omnibus of Superpowers.
Beautiful illustrations by Erika Altosaar in an unbound portfolio, L’Étranger.
Tony Orrico, the human spirograph. Incredible drawing performances lasting up to 4 hours.
White Vinyl Design's For Nihon - Interactive musical micro-site, promoting a compilation with all proceeds to benefit a Japanese earthquake fund.
Flylight by Design Drift, fascinating light sculpture that mimics a flock of birds and responds to the presence of people! The video really helps make sense of it...
Dan Holdsworth's Blackout series are a selection of photos of receding glaciers in Iceland with the landscapes presented in negative.
Behind-the-scenes with the amazing collaborative sceenprinting duo Seripop at their Montréal studio.
Walter Hansens latest screen print is a band poster for their final tour. In this case its 1921, the last year there was a sighting of the Huia, an extinct New Zealand bird.
A4, a multimedia performance with great use of digital media. Featuring Jin Wook Lee and the collaborative visuals of Lumpens and Octamin.
What is Llama Font? It's a font made of llamas. Use it to write out any message you'd like and share it with friends. It's especially helpful in taking the edge off of bad news.
Dale Chihuly has a new exhibition on now at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston. Chihuly has revolutionized the art of blown glass, moving it into the realm of large-scale sculpture as a vehicle for installation and environmental art.
Baillat Cardell & fils produced and designed 2 video installations with illustrators Capucine Labarthe and Lino in the Hall of the Place des Arts Complexe, Montreal.
Beautiful portraits created by French illustrator Ëlodie from the collection of 6 postcards printed by La Marelle Editons.
You Took My Name - A series of paintings that strip famous logos back to their basic graphic forms.
Robert McGinnis' paintings are sexy and sensual, the girls are always hot and the guys are looking tough.
BLU is set to release a new print through Studio Cromie. The new print is based on his mural in Rennes, France.
bbass, an installation which combines projected light with graphic animation, architecture and sound. The Florian Licht installation here uses light and sound to transform architectural spaces.
“Expect to be surprised.” Illustrated by Caitlin Heimerl for 1200 Posters
Marks of Excellence is a book by Per Mollerup wich deals with the evolution of logo design from 5000 years ago to our days. An amazing travel through history.
Superego editions presents two new collections:Oro Collection and Bosco Collection designed by Andrea Branzi.
The Mask of Noguchi, Madam Ichiyo, and Phantom Yukichi, Kasou Pochi Bukuro, envelopes for money.
Italian artist Moneyless has created wire sculptures around San Francisco.
Exclusive coverage of New York based fashion photographer Jimmy Fontaine's solo show 'Everything Went Black' at Comune.
Artist Dan Berglund takes a sheet of glass and paints pictures to accompany Louis Armstrong’s What a Wonderful World in this very cool stop motion animation.
Envelope paintings by Sage Vaughn.
L’Artisan Electronique, a virtual pottery wheel by Unfold in collaboration with Tim Knapen.
Beautiful watercolors from Marion Bolognesi.
An exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the making of Brandon Boyd's first-ever mural project at Hurley's H-Space in Costa Mesa, CA.
Sam Winston's Dictionary Story Book.
Michael Eden’s ‘Grey Bloom’, part of the14th annual SOFA (Sculpture, Objects & Functional Art) Fair, which runs from April 14 through April 17 at the Park Avenue Armory.
Portfolio Update by Elmer Duyvis. Blurring the borders between fiction and reality.
Gregory Euclide prepares an installation for the Museum of Arts and Design's 'Otherworldly' - Opening June 7th in New York.
Harmony Gong's Ema for 'Artists Help Japan' Give2Asia Auction on eBay. Artists include Audrey Kawasaki, Yoskay Yamamoto, Allison Sommers and many more talented peeps!
How would you interpret the phrase One Plain, One Fancy? Here's a collection of entries so far to this open submission series.
A french collective of three insane illustrators (Nicolas, Mathieu et Sebastien)
What happens when you take an artist obsessed with the sea and place him in a landlocked country, a 1000km from the nearest surfable wave. Tom Phelan paints the ocean.
Banksy's nemesis King Robbo launches his first show, including his controversial re-graffiti pieces.
The Wisconsin Institute for Discovery recently unveiled two of the highest resolution interactive surfaces in the world.
Laps, an interesting installation by Art of Failure and Nicolas Maigret that focuses on generating sensible representations of internet by using it as a space for sound broadcasting.
Strange Attractors is a 36-page book that helps people understand its underlying concepts by introducing them to beautiful, mathematically-generated visuals. By Justin Edmond.
Bohyun Yoon explores the issues of gender and identity in his installation 'Structure of Shadow' opening this week at the Center for Emerging Visual Artists in Philadelphia.
Eske Rex's Drawingmachine at MINDCRAFT11 at Salone Milan 2011. The sculpture features two drawing arms that create images with a ballpoint pen via two pendulums. Check out the videos for more!