Tag: Design

A Glimpse into the Mind of Yiiokii, Where Chaos and Creativity Collide in Harmony » Design You Trust

Sam, or Yiiokii as he is also known, is a visionary artist and creative director from Montreal, who is renowned worldwide for his surrealistic and inventive works. Yiiokii combines photography and analog textures to create characters that inhabit his ominously imagining worlds. His work transforms images through post-digital edits into eerie, compelling tales. More: Instagram…

Artist Encourages People To Accept And Understand Strong Feelings Through Adorable Character Illustrations » Design You Trust

Artist Yasemin Demorel has created adorable characters to represent powerful emotions we all experience every day, including anxiety, loneliness, feeling overpowered, and fear. She wants to portray these familiar emotions as friendly figures to encourage individuals to embrace and better understand their feelings. It is important that people learn to accept these emotions and not…

Katia Lifshin – BOOOOOOOM! – CREATE * INSPIRE * COMMUNITY * ART * DESIGN * MUSIC * FILM * PHOTO * PROJECTS

Recent work by artist Katia LifshinPrevious featured Here’s how to get in touch with us). Nature is a recurring theme and point of reference in Lifshin’s practice. Particularly unconventional natural phenomena, such as spiral tree trunks or bioluminescence. Her surrealist world is inspired by everyday life as well as psychedelic experiences. Her works also express…

New Yr, New Likelihood To Shine At The A’ Design Award and Competitors

  The A’ Design Award and Competitors is again, opening its doorways to the compelling minds of the design world for its 2024 version. Lengthy thought to be one of the vital prestigious but inclusive design competitions, it celebrates the top of creativity throughout a broad spectrum of fields and backgrounds. Whether or not they’re…

Amazing Early 20th-Century Optical Illusion Skull Postcards » Design You Trust

In the early 20th century, optical illusions skull postcards were very popular in Europe. “Intended to cause the viewer to reflect on the inevitability of mortality and the consequent foolishness of all human ambition,”Vanitas, or Memento Mori was what they were called. Metamorphic skulls have always been one of the most popular optical illusions. Since…

Hoi Chan – BOOOOOOOM! – CREATE * INSPIRE * COMMUNITY * ART * DESIGN * MUSIC * FILM * PHOTO * PROJECTS

Hong Kong born illustrator, Hong Kong’s latest work Hoi ChanPrevious featured Here’s how to get in touch with us). Chan is a New Orleans-based artist who draws inspiration from the natural world and his own emotions. His work is a beautiful fusion of the natural world with the complex emotions that exist within the human…

Unveiling the Ghia Super-Arrow’s Atomic Future Aesthetic » Design You Trust

Jason Battersby of Munich has designed a retro-futuristic vehicle as a tribute to the 1950s-and-60s Ghia Concept Cars. The Dodge Firearrow II/IV is a striking hybrid of past-and-future. It features a large front grille, and audacious rear fenders. The design features a streamlined form, sharp lines and an all-glass top, giving it an aggressive yet…

Classic Postcards of Big Bushes within the Early twentieth Century » Design You Belief

“Big,” Santa Cruz Large Bushes Ever because the starting of time, bushes have offered us with two requirements for survival: meals and oxygen. They equipped us with extra wants as we developed, like instruments, drugs, and shelter. As their position grows to satisfy the wants created by our fashionable life, bushes’ worth continues to be…

Junwoo Park – BOOOOOOOM! – CREATE * INSPIRE * COMMUNITY * ART * DESIGN * MUSIC * FILM * PHOTO * PROJECTS

A selection of works by artist Junwoo Park. Park, born in Ulsan and based in Gongju (South Korea), compares the satisfaction of solving puzzles to that of being an artist. “I enjoy the process of freely imagining myself, following the inspiration I get from everyday life. It is a way to create new things by…

Vintage Photos of Soviets Taking Pictures with Their First Televisions » Design You Trust

Artists Anna Pilipyuk and Vladimir Shipotilnikov recalled how the TV was a source of pride in the Soviet Union for their project “My First TV.” They gathered pictures of people between World War II and Perestroika taking pictures with their television sets. h/t: vintag.es In the late 1920s, televisions were introduced in America. In 1932,…