Grid Pad. Grids with infinite possibilities.

Grid Pad. Grids with infinite possibilities.

abduzeedo05.13.21

Formist Editions’ new release is Grid Pad, a pad on which to think, draw and create. Grids with infinite possibilities. Grid Pad is a playful notebook of tear off cards, featuring six different grid designs. Whether you call it art or a plan or a doodle or a design, Grid Pad offers creative freedom while giving your ideas structure. Each page is perfect for pens, pencils or paint to create everything from works of art and greeting cards to 3D drawing and accurate geometry, to soulful patterns and abstract games. The choice is yours. Continue reading

The Brawler by ColorSponge

The Brawler by ColorSponge

abduzeedo05.12.21

Carlos Pecino A.K.A. ColorSponge is a 3D artist with more than 15 years of  experience in the digital world. As many other 3D specialists his first steps were as a self-taught person in the architectural infography, working for small studios in Malaga, Spain as he obtained a university degree in Advertising Design. After many years engaged in the architectural 3D visualization he put all his creativity in diverse fields such as photography, design and composition together to make hyper realistic images for advertising projects. Carlos shares incredible 3D concept cars like this one that I am sharing with you today titled The Brawler. It’s simply awesome, a mix of sports car and batmobile, I would say it.  Continue reading

Web Design Concept Inspired by Le Corbusier

Web Design Concept Inspired by Le Corbusier

abduzeedo05.12.21

German Zhevmerev and Denis Valetin shared a concept web design project with a super elegant and stylish typography for Le Corbusier (fr. Le Corbusier, real name Charles-Edouard Jeanneret-Gris, October 6, 1887, La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland – August 27, 1965, Roquebrune Cap Martin, France) — French architect of Swiss origin, pioneer of architectural modernism and functionalism, international style architecture, an artist and designer. I am a fan of the visual language, quite editorial and with a smart grid usage. Continue reading

Dogma — A digital art series by Janusz Jurek

Dogma — A digital art series by Janusz Jurek

AoiroStudio05.12.21

Janusz Jurek is a visual artist based in Ostrów Wielkopolski, Poland. I can’t pinpoint if we have featured his work before but it’s better now than never. I am sharing his digital art series titled: ‘Dogma’ and as you can see it’s a monochrome approach or tribute to the ‘man’s best friend’. The dog. As I was scrolling for inspiration to feature, I stumbled across Janusz’s work and I couldn’t help to think about the memories of my dog as well. It’s beautiful, make sure to check them out. Continue reading

No villain is born villain — Illustration

No villain is born villain — Illustration

abduzeedo05.11.21

Pedro Correa shared an awesome illustration project that was commissioned by the popular Brazilian magazine “Revista Superinteressante # 408”. The reportage is about the villain’s journey, explaining that no villain is born villain, they all have a journey that took them there. All illustrations made in Photoshop using True Grit Textures Supply brushes and textures. Continue reading