Illustrator Rebecca Mock has skillfully tweaked beautiful digital paintings with a touch of animation to create cinemagraphs.
Baran uses herself as a model and then makes slight manipulations in Photoshop to create fascinating details that completely change the image and push it outside the sphere of reality.
More: Rachel Baran’s website
Motion and graphic designer Yaniv Fridman, created this inspiring project about the things we cherish and aspire to do in our everyday lives.
ABOVE: Juan Francisco Casas’ Bic pen drawings are definitely better than the doodles, recreating photos with the blue pens that we all use in our daily lives, the Spanish-born artist creates large scale murals that measure up to 10ft high. Artist’s Website (Viewer discretion advised)
BELOW: Ascent of Man and the Destruction of Magic by Toronto-based artist Rebecca Yanovskaya,the first piece in her Winged series of ballpoint pen and gold leaf drawings on Moleskine. Artist’s website
Gizmag: Beginning next month, Lamborghini’s successor to the outgoing Gallardo will be showcased to the world on a 60 city, 130 event tour. The 610 hp Huracán LP 610-4, which sports all-wheel-drive and a more dynamic chassis, will need to work hard to surpass the Gallardo’s ten year sales record and impress its loyal fan following.
Great design is transparent. — Joe Sparano
Sweden-based industrial designers Anna Haupt and Terese Alstin have designed an award-winning bicycle helmet that doesn’t disrupt your vision or burden your head. It is invisible.
It’s not easy coming up with great catchy slogans. Check out Paul Laudiero‘s fictional drafts about what it must be like to write a slogan for a brand.