The Netherlands is very flat, just like these beautiful illustrations from Dutch designer Timo Kuilder.
Cally Lathey’s Illustrated Map of London is lovely, as is everything else in her portfolio.
Who can resist 1970s New York City? Half expect to see Charles Bronson pop-up in one of these pictures.
So, Mastercard has a new logo. Its breathtaking simplicity makes me hope they didn’t spend more than about £50 on it.
IKEA – is there anywhere more depressing? No, probably not. Anyway, at least they’re making strides with their green credentials, having confirmed that their new
We love brutalist architecture – London is graced by some of its finest examples.
Brazilian graphic designer Pedro Veneziano has some great work on his site. Via Grain Edit.
Suckers for a good condensed font, we’re loving the bold, unexpected turns of the NSW01 typeface by Matt Willey, found via Typographica.
I can’t say that I fully understand what Claudio Parentela is trying to achieve creatively, but it’s strangely compelling.
Katinka Herbert has some great photos in her portfolio.
Nanna Koekoek’s illustration work is really charming – deceptively simple, but strangely lovable, reminiscent of the legendary Quentin Blake.
Photographer Dragan Petrovic has a great selection of shots from Tito-era Serbia (part of the former Yugoslavia) on his website.
US Illustrator Michele Melcher’s portfolio features some great illustration work.
Ilka and Franz have a lovely photography portfolio. Check it out.
Vincent Laforet’s high-altitude photos of New York are spectacular. I’d love to see some of London – an infinitely superior city.
Snow White photography project by Sanne de Wilde.
Check out illustrator Amit Shimoni’s “World Leaders as Hipsters” portraits.
Had the pleasure of doing a shoot with photographer Caitlin Mogridge last weekend. She has some great work in her portfolio, it’s well worth a
The guys at Cereal Killer Cafe on Brick Lane have received lots of publicity since launch, both positive and negative. Regardless of which side of
Discovered the work of J. J. McCullough via this Medium article. Credit to him, he has some excellent hair action (head and facial) going on
A nice series of photos by Victor Tongdee for Shutterstock.
This 80cm tall, 1960s wall light from an amusement arcade is either desperately hip or terrifying, I can’t make my mind up.
The Olympic and Paralympic mascots for Rio 2016 are adorable. Apparently they were “born out of the explosion of joy that happened when they announced
As much as I despise their branding and their clothing, I can’t help but appreciate the new campaign by United Colors of Benetton in support
Love this poster by Mohammad Diba for The Collaborative Orchestra. Sadly Mohammad Diba doesn’t appear to have a portfolio or any further work online.
Noticed this rather late – Go Vote – a site where artists come together to encourage people to vote. Lots of nice work on there,
Over 600 bicycle chains were used to create this huge 3.5m tall chandelier, available to buy from the ever-wonderful Elemental.
eBay user yugorare has a spectacular collection of old movie posters for sale from the former Yugoslavia and surrounding countries.
Freddy Arenas – outstanding name, outstanding illustrator. Portfolio here, Tumblr this way.
Dean Chalkley’s extensive portfolio is packed full of outstanding photography. I’d love to use his services for one of my bands at some point, but I imagine that he’s wildly out of my budget.