This is just crazy! Rice air typography by @mundobax. So original and creative, I (almost) want to try it at home.
This is the largest outdoor billboard in Korea. The LED interactive walls appear like a giant aquarium with a wave pool but in fact an anamorphic film by District Holdings.
This is the entrance lobby at Nexen University in Seoul. It is called “The Infinity Wall”.
Campus Univers Cascades, a french school that specializes in training stunt workers for film and television combined together dozens of stuntmen and stuntwomen to show off their best work for a video that is seamlessly edited as one single fight scene, that went already viral during the quarantine time.
This is “Postcards from a pandemic“: Illustrators around the world, from Brooklyn to Guangzhou, share scenes from their eerily empty cities for the New Yorker.
Great ad illustration for the medicine Mucinex by McCann Health, New York City
To all graphic designers: Remember when you had to take a photo of an object, import into Photoshop, make a clipping path around it and finally place it in its final position?
Paris-based designer and artist Cyril Diagne recently launched the prototype for an amazing new image editing program where you can directly cut and paste your surroundings into Photoshop. The way it works is, when you take a photograph with AR Cut & Paste, the software finds the objects and automatically removes their backgrounds.
It is not final product yet, but apparently you can download it from GitHub.
Older lettering piece by Mary Kate McDevitt. Stay safe, stay inside.
I first thought that this amazing work was done by Chinese artists. But despite the name, Zim&Zou are two french artists, based in Dordogne, France. Lucie Thomas and Thibault Zimmermann first studied graphic design, but then decided to focus on installations using handcrafted objects made out of tangible materials. Their favorite material is basically paper. It blows my mind how these artists dedicate their time to manipulate paper, creating beautiful intricate and colorful sculptures. Selected clients include Hermès, IBM, Microsoft, TIME, The Washington Post, Der Spiegel and the Nobel Prize Museum.