Author: Mark Robinson

Great little infectious visual workings from Jeremy Abel Designer of interaction, motion and code. Crafted through the use of a stop animation technique The Conductor is lighthearted and witty and what it lacks in length it certainly makes up in character and like ability, Im an avid fan of stop ani

London based creative, Tom, also known as Tweed Tom, works for the design company Antidote by day, by night he draws fascinating pieces, all featuring some sort of mechanical twist. Here we have presented some of his personal silk screen prints, which you can actually buy off of his website by click

Residing in San Francisco Sean Mullens has plenty of competition around him, and perhaps this is what inspired him to create this great little film called Birthright. Both personal and insightful Mullens provides us with a short production about One man’s struggle to transcend, we follow a man

Creative looks from Photographer Ben Goossens who resides in Willebroek, Belgium, having worked 35 years as an Art Director in the advertising sector Ben has taken up creating these experimental/surrealistic photo-montages as his main passion and hobby. He states that what he does now is a logical f

Recreating photography classics through the use of digital illustration creative artist Antonio has crafted the following series by merging pixels to combine a vivid look with iconic recognition. Located in Bergamo, Italy Antonio runs what he calls his window to the world Village 9991 where he showc

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