Japanese architect and design engineer, Yusuke Oono, created these impressive 360° narrative books. The 3-dimensional books were fabricated entirely through laser-cutting transforming the paper into these incredible visual sculptures. A couple of these collapsing books are available here at Artecnica.
Images: Courtesy of Yusuke Oono.
Admiring the vibrant artwork of UK-based illustrator, Lynne Zulu. Her illustrations indicate a strong African influence: colorful, energetic, exotic with a bold tribal appeal.
She says this of her work in an interview with creative website, It’s Nice That:
“My work used to be quite stripped back, pen to paper; no crazy embellishments or juxtaposing of materials. Now I feel I’ve grown into my work and by experimenting with photoshop I’ve found it to be hugely influential as to how I now approach a piece, taking layers and effects into greater consideration. Sketchbooks have always been a huge part of my work because my work is so spontaneous as it’s always a surprise to see how my illustrations evolve.”
Images: Courtesy of Lynnie Zulu.
Discovered these great screen print designs on Etsy. They are the creations of Danish textile designer, Gunna Ydri. The London-based designer is a graduate of Chelsea College of Art & Design as well as the Royal College of Art where she specialized in printed textiles and illustrations. You can purchase the printed products here on her Etsy shop.
Images: Courtesy of Gunna Ydri.