AngryBlue

Under the ‘Angryblue’ moniker, Justin Kamerer is an illustrator that designs album art, gigposters, websites, logos, art prints, movie posters, tacos, skateboards, t-shirts, sandwiches and just about any other thing he can get his hands on. He is a self-described “art whore” with an unhealthy fascination for birds, teeth & typography. Sadly, he probably draws more skulls in a week than you have buried under your house.

source:StreetAnatomy

Patterned by NATURE

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Patterned by Nature was commissioned by the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences (naturalsciences.org) for the newly built Nature Research Center in Raleigh, North Carolina. The exhibit celebrates our abstraction of nature’s infinite complexity into patterns through the scientific process, and through our perceptions. It brings to light the similarity of patterns in our universe, across all scales of space and time.
10 feet wide and 90 feet in length, this sculptural ribbon winds through the five story atrium of the museum and is made of 3600 tiles of LCD glass. It runs on roughly 75 watts, less power than a laptop computer. Animations are created by independently varying the transparency of each piece of glass.
The content cycles through twenty programs, ranging from clouds to rain drops to colonies of bacteria to flocking birds to geese to cuttlefish skin to pulsating black holes. The animations were created through a combination of algorithmic software modeling of natural phenomena and compositing of actual footage.
An eight channel soundtrack accompanies the animations on the ribbon, giving visitors clues to the identity of the pixelated movements. In addition, two screens show high resolution imagery and text revealing the content on the ribbon at any moment.

Patterned by Nature was created by
Plebian Design – plebiandesign.com
Hypersonic Design & Engineering – hypersoniced.com
Patten Studio – pattenstudio.com
and
Sosolimited – sosolimited.com

 

A drink of creativity ” Stranger & Stranger Christmas Absinthe “

Stranger & Stranger changed the design of their bottle of absinthe. Remember, this is the bitter wormwood drink, a fortress which usually amounts to 60-74%. Absinthe is most often has an emerald-green color, but can also be transparent, yellow, brown, red and black. The green color due to chlorophyll. As he fades when exposed to light, absinthe is poured into a bottle of dark-green glass. Because of its color absinthe was nicknamed the “Green Fairy”. When a man says he loves vodka, alcoholic considered to begin when a man says he loves absinthe – to begin to be considered creative.
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Tattoo skin poster by Chaos Crew Tattoo Studio

Chaos Crew Tattoo Studio

Chaos Crew Tattoo Studio for many years of experience and provides services in the field of tattooing, permanent makeup and body piercing. There, a team of true professionals and fans of his works, which helps to realize their ideas at the highest level. To advertise your site and salon, creative director Mathias Nosel proposed to create an advertising poster from the skin and put on his tattoo. The poster shows the most significant events occurred in 2011.

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Recycle portrait

Portrait of once well known faces made with things that is no longer useful.

My name is Erika Iris Simmons and I like to take things- random things- like what you would find at a garage sale or in a thrift store- and make them into composite art. Most of my pieces become portraits of people associated with the item I’ve chosen. I don’t really add any paint or pigments… I usually just take things apart and re-arrange the pieces, cutting away portions when necessary. A lot of my art is made with cassette tapes and old film reels in a series I call “Ghost in the Machine.”

 

Handmade by Lernert & Sander

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We were asked to create a film about bespoke tailoring for the Handmade issue of Wallpaper*. They hooked us up with the famous italian tailors of Brioni. We came up with the idea that a hand would be the ultimate customer to prove the skills and craftmanship of a brand as Brioni.

Commissioned by Wallpaper*
Directors: Lernert & Sander
Produced at White Lodge
Executive Producer: Stephen Whelan
D.O.P.: Ram van Meel
Handmodels: Ashley Khoo, Jacques Drent
Styling: Ferry van der Nat
Carpenter set: Egbert Steenwinkel
Editor: Derek van Egmond
Assistant L&S: David in den Bosch
Post production & sound: The Ambassadors
All pieces by Brioni Master Tailors
Fashion Director: Sébastien Clivaz, Wallpaper*

source:Hungeree