1. Capetown Chair by Home Furniture (www.homefurn.com), 2. Bing Crosby Ceramic Bust by Fears and Kahn (www.fearsandkahn.co.uk), 3. Plateau SL Series Square Coffee Table with Black Glass Top by All Coffee Tables (www.allcoffeetables.com), 4. Spring Planter by Chiasso (www.chiasso.com), 5. Vega Wall Clock by Chiasso (www.chiasso.com).
To see more amazing National Geographic pictures, go to: http://photography.nationalgeographic.com/
I love me some good collaging. Here's some work by this New York based studio.
View more or their work at: http://automatic-iam.com/
Johnston Foster is an artist from Virginia that creates sculptures and installations. He collects objects that he can recycle and reinvent. With his sculptural imagery inspired by urban myths and pop culture consumerism, he is able to balance humor and darkness in a very interesting way.
See more of his work here: http://www.rare-gallery.com/index.php?/project/johnston-foster/
Here's some absolutely amazing work by Eleanor Grosch, a Graphic Designer/Illustrator from Philadelphia. To view more of her
work, visit: www.justeleanor.com
Michael Manoogian has been hand-crafting amazing typographic logos for clients in the music and entertainment industries since the late 1960´s. He has a way of creating designs that keep working throughout the decades. Visit his site to view more of his work at: www.michaelmanoogian.com
Here's something I worked on last week. I was asked to develop a concept for a new candy line (cherry flavored/cherry shaped gummies), as well as some packaging proposals. I decided to base the concept around characters with different personalities that could, in the future, be used for animation-type publicity.
I will post my packaging ideas at a later date.
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