Beijing-based artist Li Hongbo created flexible sculptures out of thousands of thin sheets of paper glued together. The Dominik Mersch Gallery in Australia recently arranged a solo exhibition of Hongbo’s work where they also made its videos.
Lyon based French Photographer and origami expert Philippe Pétremant has created an incredible series of portraits by twisting and folding banknotes from different currencies. By mixing facial parts of various public figures (from past and present), he challenges the notion of credibility and adds dark humor to it.
The Academy Awards ceremony is held each year, lauding the film community and appreciating the best of cinematic works produced throughout the year. This year’s Oscars ceremony was held on Sunday, February 24, 2013. Since then, there’s been an explosion of bloopers and GIFs, funny celebrity caricatures and memes, blog posts and comments by the general public, discussing the best and worst moments of the Awards ceremony
One has a variety of reasons to become a graphic designer, one of which is to become rich and wealthy. What we tend to forget sometimes is that with great creativity and forbearance, one can become successful in just about any profession. If you take care of the freelance design issues, nothing can stop you from becoming a legendary graphic designer, having both love and money in his chosen profession.
Let’s see which famous superstar gets the maximum votes to be the most-wanted Valentine of 2013.
Human Face, and the flexibility it affords in terms of expressions, have always inspired artists to explore it through various means. From Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa smile to Isaac Cordal’s ‘Cement Bleak’, we appreciate the clever artistry of these unusual projects.
Photographer Wes Naman conceived a brilliant idea in the middle of a gift-wrapping session with his assistant Joy Godfrey, when the lady accidentally put a piece of scotch tape on her nose and ended up with an awkward expression.
A Werthian story of success! The Graphic Design Blog brings you a wonderful photography collection featuring the festivities of New Year from around the Werth! Exclusively for the readers of Graphic Design Blog!
Artist Christian Jackson created these amazing minimalist designs based on classic children’s movies.