I have been following the work of Invisible Creature for quite some time now. They sit atop the music packaging/artwork game – stunning photography, pitch-perfect typography, and an endless array of vastly different styles. These guys know how to put together a finished product!
Bleeding Through’s album, The Truth featured some of Creature’s most eye-popping photos, so I was excited when I came across a blog where they revealed their processes for creating them.
Yasmine Surovec may have the coolest blog on the internet… You could argue that she doesn’t (she really does) but it would be hard to argue that there is a more dedicated illustrator/blogger out there. He blog A Print A Day is pretty self-explanatory – she posts one of her prints per day. Her latest series of “terrariums” are gorgeous.
Sneeze Magazine is about to change the magazine game – not overnight, mind you – slowly – they want to “grow with you, city by city, issue by issue”. So what makes them special? Their distribution method for starters – you won’t be able to grab this off your favourite shop’s shelf, Sneeze is aiming to land a “flagship” news box in the busiest spot of your city. That’s it. One box. How cool is that?
If you live in Vancouver you’ll find this little guy at the corner of Water & Abbot Street. New York’s got a “flagship” at Lafayette & Prince Street. Los Angeles location is coming. VIEW THE FULL POST —►
People who have been reading this site for awhile know that I am obsessed with photography and specifically light drawing. The Japanese collective known as PIKAPIKA take it one step further and animate it all! Several companies in the past year (HP, etc) have used this in advertising but these guys really pioneered it. I almost want to put a warning here not to view too much of their work because you won’t even feel like getting out of bed in the tomorrow; they are that good.
More videos after the jump!
Okay ladies and gentlemen, to celebrate the launch of the new site we have our very first project! The concept is simple. Take a photo of the sunset. That’s it! There is a submission form at the end of this post. I will gather up submissions and create a gallery of your submitted work. Be sure to include your name, email, and website so other visitors can see who made what! VIEW THE FULL POST —►