Andrea Manzati – Vita

Andrea Manzati Vita (5)

Another illustration for IL, this time in plasticine.
The article was all about the meaning of life nowadays so we had the idea of making a “living” lettering,
with muscles, skeleton, veins and an heart, that looks similar to the plastic mannequins used to learn anatomy at schools.
“Vita” means “Life” in italian. Done at Happycentro.

 

Andrea Manzati Vita (3)

Andrea Manzati Vita (4)

Andrea Manzati Vita (1)

Andrea Manzati Vita (2)

source:StreetAnatomy 

ADAM OEHLERS

Adam Oehlers has a wild, wild imagination. The UK-based illustrator and sculptor describes his work as “all part of a world that is not so different from ours, a grim, cobbled place that is trapped in its own time, with some little elements of odd magic which creep in at the edges.” His scenes seem straight out of a fairytale gone wrong, with mad scientists, scary robots, filthy bookcases and sad little girls which are equally creepy and charming. Have a look:

Adam Oehlers

Adam Oehlers

Adam Oehlers

Adam Oehlers

Adam Oehlers

Adam Oehlers

Adam Oehlers

Adam Oehlers

Adam Oehlers

source:NOTCOT

Chinese 24 terms

  • This is a project design for a life style web-magazine by More tong.

    We are try to use typo design to explain the traditional culture which tell us about weather change and what would happened during the change.
  • “24 Solar Terms of China-Li Dong” typo design for voicer.me
  • “24 Solar Terms of China-Xiao Xue” typo design for voicer.me
  • “24 Solar Terms of China-Da Xue” typo design for voicer.me
  • “24 Solar Terms of China-Dong Zhi” typo design for voicer.me
  • “24 Solar Terms of China-Da Han” typo design for voicer.me
  • “24 Solar Terms of China-Li Chun” typo design for voicer.me
  • “24 Solar Terms of China-Yu Sh” typo design for voicer.me
  • “24 Solar Terms of China-Jing Zhe” typo design for voicer.me
  • “24 Solar Terms of China-Chun Fen” typo design for voicer.me

LAUREN CLAY

Lauren Clay
Pegotty, 2011, acrylic on cut paper, papier-mâché, wood

Lauren Clay
Moan about the present, venerate the past, 2010, acrylic on cut paper, papier-mâché, wood

She creates these three-dimensional sculptures out of papier-mâché and painted cut paper (among many other things) that go far beyond the limits of paper’s two-dimensionality. The layered strips of paper create repeated patterns of texture that feel organic but I’m sure they were meticulously placed. Her color choices, materials, and construction show her sharp attention to detail, all of which make me want to see them in person.

Lauren Clay
The unending amends we’ve made (imperishable wreath), 2010, acrylic on cut paper, papier-mâché, wire, wood

Lauren Clay
Schism Chasm Cataclysm, 2011, acrylic on cut paper, papier-mâché, acrylic, wire, wood

Lauren Clay
Both sides in equal parts, 2010, acrylic on cut paper, papier-mâché, wire, wood

Lauren Clay
Granny Takes a Trip, 2011, paper, acrylic, papier-mâché, plaster

Lauren Clay
Old enough to repay but young enough to sell (Cubi XVIII), 2011, paper, acrylic, wooden armature

Lauren Clay
source:designmilk