These amazing black and white illustrations were created by Singapore-based artist, Chan Hwee Chong. The drawings are part of a Faber-Castell campaign for their Artis Pens. The video called, Girl with a Pearl Earring, shows how these incredible one continuous line illustrations were created and can be viewed here on YouTube.
Images and video: Courtesy of Chan Hwee Chong, Faber-Castell and You Tube.
Really loving the wallpaper patterns and product extensions of this Czech brand, Lavmi. The design house was founded by designer Babeta Ondrová and conceptionalist Jan Slovák. Their incredible patterns are clean and simple with great color combinations. So do check out their UK site when you have time.
Images: Courtesy of Lavmi.
Admiring the book sculptures created by UK artist, Su Blackwell. She works primarily with paper transforming them into these incredible three-dimensional forms. She says of her work…
“Paper has been used for communication since its invention; either between humans or in an attempt to communicate with the spirit world. I employ this delicate, accessible medium and use irreversible, destructive processes to reflect on the precariousness of the world we inhabit and the fragility of our life, dreams and ambitions.”
“I always read the book first, at least once or twice, and then I begin to create the work, cutting out, adding details. The detail is what brings it all together, the magic element. It is a tediously slow process.”
Images: Courtesy of Su Blackwell.