Cathryn Lavery has pieced together a poster documenting the evolution of the Batman logo spanning over 72 years from 1940 to 2012 to map the transformation of a timeless hero. Lavery says: It was tricky deciding which logos to feature as some were on the bat suit and others were the comic and promotional logos.”
18 year old artist Jack Stocker has transformed his love for Nike sneakers into an art project for college, creating minimalist illustrations of some nostalgic Nike sneakers. The range features 6 different silhouettes, all of which can be made out without too much detail in the artwork.
Emergency Compliments by Megs Senk is a series of “Emergency Compliment” prints to be used at time of great insecurity or to be displayed as a constant reminder of awesomeness. The prints retails over at Society6.
Stormtroopers by Cisternas is a beautiful series of illustrations in a style that is simple, sweet and trashy. See more of Cisternas work and buy his Stormtroopers posters here.
The election is coming up and Americans are voting for their 45th President Of The United States. This is your chance to express your opinion by voting with your gum. Watch the video below, download the poster here and vote with your gum… We love the concept!
Instagram printing company Printstagram has launched a new service that allows you to turn your favorite Instagram photographs into a beautiful tear-off calendar. For 40 USD each, you can create your own personalized calendar that features a different photo for each day – you can also tear off each ‘page’ and use it to decorate...
Over at My Modern Metropolis we came across these Colorful Dripping Wet Ink Drawings by by Chinese and French artist Marc Allante. As splatters spread across the paper, Allante’s figures find refuge under the cover of an umbrella. The self-taught artist works mainly with inks to create these calm and fleeting moments. Based in Hong...
Oh, wait… Something’s wrong with this picture…. Sixteen year old Caroline Alkire creates stunning, surreal collages from images cut out of vintage National Geographic magazines. Drawing inspiration from artists like Dali, she creates introspective dreamscapes with paper, scissors, and glue. You can see more of her work and buy prints here.
Very creative posters titled “Copywriters vs Art Directors” illustrating the eternal dispute between Copywriters and Art Directors. The Posters were created by Caio Pena (AD), Henrique Parada (AD) and Letícia Hanower (CW). The posters are based on the Paris vs New York art prints which we covered a few months ago.
Do you notice the emblem or the typography of these logos? Indifferent Brand Names by Toomasso Guerra is a fun and creative series of Brand logo’s mixed with the Brands’ biggest competitors.