A lot of bears is a collection of representations of this beautiful animal made by artists and people from all over the world. It has different styles and techniques: from drawings to collages. Created by Diego Naguel, this project was made with the aim of bringing out people love for bears.
Anybody can take part in this collection. Just send your piece to [email protected] whenever you feel like.
*By Ima Ríos
Remember artist Terry Border of Bent Objects? Well, this amazing photographer who explores the secret life of everyday objects has done it again! Border is back with Bent Object of my Affection: The Twists and Turns in Love, a collection of new 60 bent-wire vignettes in which household objects explore the romantic risks of life. Border’s images are a light-hearted metaphor for love itself, wherein the ordinary becomes extraordinary.
By Ima Ríos
GOOD, a Russian company that provides services in the areas of marketing and creative design, as well as PR, has created this funny ad showing different helmet designs, with the only purpose of relaxing and having some fun advertising… and to change a usual object into something extraordinary , of course!
Igor Mitin, the mind behind this wonderful creation, named it “Genetic experiments on motorcycle helmets”, saying that “unifying two things with the same shape, but different purpose is really challenging and at the same time rewarding. As a result, the two things turn into something extraordinary and fascinating.”
The Ad have six awesome collections from the Botanical to the Sports and even the Sexually preoccupied one. And it won the Reddot design award for the best of the best in the 2011. Of course it would, imagine how cool it’d be if someone really produced helmets like these!
By Ima Ríos
By Ima Ríos
This brilliant -dazzlingly lifelike- portrait of the Russian top model Любовь Ансимова was done by Samuel Silva, a lawyer and self-taught artist from Portugal. Samuel used 6 colored Bic ballpoint pens to achieve the color-rich, insanely detailed effect of the 8” x 9” drawing that took approximately 30 hours to finish. Samuel is a strong defender of ballpoint pens and says that they “are as underestimated as they are a powerful medium.”