DALeast 


Born in China, artist DALeast has spread his distinctive 3D technique of street art across public spaces all over the world. One of the most exciting talents to come out of the emerging Chinese urban art scene, DALeast's artwork depicts twisted metal animals interacting in a human world.

Filled with shading and movement, his vibrant, detailed pieces burst with energy. And his latest piece, depicting two deer bound together is no exception. The mural, called "One" in Chinese, represents the bond between two animals. Other DALeast artwork feature whales, lions, dragons and horses.

[ commenta ]   |  [ 0 trackback ]   |  permalink  |   ( 3.7 / 1431 )

  


Herbert Baglione 


For his latest project, Brazilian street artist Herbert Baglione has been painting on the walls, floors, and ceilings of empty rooms and outside deserted homes in São Paulo and Paris, and now '1000 Shadows' sees him tackle an abandoned psychiatric hospital in Parma, Italy.

Creating eerie shadows across the floors, walls and doors, this is a project that would certainly make your hair stand on end. Adding old, dusty wheelchairs and teamed with the crumbling walls, '1000 Shadows' certainly makes an impact. Whether anyone will be able to stay in there for long is another story!

[ commenta ]   |  [ 0 trackback ]   |  permalink  |   ( 3.8 / 1420 )

  


Berlin (Germany) 


[ commenta ]   |  [ 0 trackback ]   |  permalink  |   ( 3.7 / 1376 )

  


Tasty branding celebrates Islamic festival 


Mendiola Design Associates symbolises Indonesian culture and craftsmanship with this vibrant handmade piece created from local produce.

Tasked by local culinary portal Rasamasa.com to celebrate the joyful spirit of the Islamic festival Idul Fitri, Indonesia-based studio Mendiola Design Associates used a rich array of local foods and spices to craft a vibrant handmade piece.

"I’m managing their branding communication strategy and design for 2013," explains founder and brand experience designer Mendiola B. Wiryawan. "Almost all the details were done manually, inspired by how Indonesian cooks mostly create food by hand and with great passion," he says. "It symbolises Indonesian culture and craftsmanship."

[ commenta ]   |  [ 0 trackback ]   |  permalink  |   ( 3.7 / 1371 )

  


Marketing StreeT at Music Hall 


[ commenta ]   |  [ 0 trackback ]   |  permalink  |   ( 3.9 / 1491 )

  



Indietro Altre notizie