Our brains are wired to see patterns easily. Maybe that’s why sometimes it’s so satisfying to look at pattern designs.
John Edmark is a teacher, artist, and designer. His work is truly something we’ve never seen before.
Last year we created a list of simple 52 New Year’s resolutions. This year, we thought we’d give you something a bit more motivational to keep you going strong for the rest of 2015.
Andrew Fox is a London-based illustrator who draws calligraphy animals.
Most of us know what it’s like to fill a page in a notebook or a piece of paper with our doodles and sketches. However, these artists like to work a little bigger.
Script fonts are characteristically alluring. Beautiful curvature and organic lines make this type of font great in circumstances where you want to achieve a friendly and inviting look.
Sketchbooks are some of the most interesting objects an artist can possess. They often contain the most radical and the rawest ideas and seeing what artists do with them can sometimes feel like reading someone’s personal diary.
Before Retina-level pixel densities, 4K screen resolutions, and HD, we could actually see individual pixels on our computer screens and TV’s.
Error messages and computer prompts are a daily occurrence in this digitally saturated world of ours. But what if they happened beyond the four corners of our computer screens?
A weekly project that started in the fall of 2013, Dangerdust has become somewhat of a phenomenon in their own right.
Sometimes we need to fail to know what it means to succeed.
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