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The ‘rubber barber’ by chen lu wei for megawing, is a simple eraser that will make you smile. Each one has a face at its center, surrounded by a square of colour, which as the user erases, gradually creates various … Continue reading
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Don’t have time to sit through the entire Mad Men Season 5 but want a refresher course on some signature moments? Check out these illustrations by Mad Men‘s go-to illustrator Dyna Moe, which should bring back memories in record time. LINK!
Herb Lester Associates’ creative guide to one of the world’s most livable cities: The fold-up map is illustrated by Washington, DC-based Matt Chase, whose talent often ends up on the pages of Monocle and beyond. His simplified drawings fall perfectly … Continue reading
The short film “The Me Bird” is a free interpretation of the homonym poem by Pablo Neruda. The inspiration in the strata stencil technique helps conceptualize the repetition of layers as the past of our movements and actions. The frames … Continue reading