Calligraffiti artist Pokras Lampas in cooperation with Voogie creates the biggest calligraphy artwork in the world. This happened in September 2015 on the Red October factory plant roof Moscow.
➔ This guy rocks! Some words about him can ➔ read here.
Designed by ➔ Bureau.Cool, an interactive studio founded by Ben Wegscheider (designer + developer) in 2016. I would say, the whole web would be a better place with similar approach. Really nice to see their works. Visit ➔ Arche68 here.
Ali and Nino (Man and Woman) is a monument erected in Batumi, Georgia designed by Tamara Kvesitadze, one of the famous Georgian artist.
ZooMODERN is a top online design studio based in the New York area, focusing on handmade fair-trade, organic gifts and toys for kids, founded by Glen Hay, an American designer and illustrator living and working in Northern New Jersey. ➔ Take a look on their website to find out more.
The first of Japan House projects started as a base for overseas dissemination of Japanese culture by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. A warm “house” with wooden facades and Japanese paper interiors emerged in the big city, refurbishing the bank branch facing Sao Paulo’s city center Paulista street. Read (see) more about this architecture studio
Bilingual Lettering is a study by ➔ Tien-Min Liao, a New York based graphic designer with a focus on typeface and logotype design. It’s a series of Latin-Kanji pairing studies for use in ➔ bilingual lettering and logotype.
A very nice website made by ➔ monogrid a creative studio based in Florence, Italy, made for ➔ LattexPlus Festival, an avant-guard events organization looking at the most innovative music tendencies, taking place in Florence and Tuscany.
BMW Concept 8 Series photo session by ➔ Agnieszka Doroszewicz.
Probably the most stunning location for a stadium is ➔ Henningsvær, a fishing village located on several small islands off the southern coast of Austvågøya in the Lofoten archipelago in Norway. “Henningsvær Idrettslag Stadion Description: HIL Stadion Artificial turf, floodlights for training purposes and a slight amount of concrete around the field. Around 500 people