‚ÄútaňątoÕěo‚ÄĚ is the 1st annual print edition to celebrate Scene360‚Äôs 20th anniversary on the web. This 100-page premium edition includes exclusive interviews with tattoo artists Gordoletters, Bakunistasect, Daniela Sagel, Oscar Hove, Julim Rosa, Makoto, and Sewp. A limited-print run will be hand-numbered and signed by the author Adriana de Barros ‚ÄĒ a tattoo journalist and […]
The ‚ÄúA‚Äô Design Award‚ÄĚ is not just for design entrants, it is also a competition welcoming artists, tattooists, illustrators, inventors and others. There are precisely 100 categories to participate in, take a look and send in your strongest project. You have a few weeks left to enter this prestigious competition ‚ÄĒ the final deadline is […]
There are endless possibilities when creating with paper. More than just a surface to draw on, artists manipulate the ancient material into sculptures, collages, and even fashion accessories. The diverseness of paper lends itself to a myriad of stylistic approaches and exploration of themes. Some artists use collage cutouts to create mystical characters, while others […]
The art of the screen adaptation is to somehow capture the spirit of the novel and transfer it into the film format. It is easier said than done, of course, and one of the major complaints often voiced by fans is that the film version ‚Äúwasn‚Äôt as good as the book.‚ÄĚ Equally, movies that slavishly […]
Polish photographer Pawel Piotrowski has designed this really cool “Sandwich Book.”¬† However, I‚Äôm not sure what the goal of this hardcover is, except for being a fun item to page through once or twice, or even as an art piece to be on display. Piotrowski is looking for a publisher, so I guess he has […]
“All of my books are folded, never cut or glued, into my own designs. I try to find books that have been cast off, have lost their value as readable material and give them a second life as a small work of art,”  states this artist from the Exploded Library. And rest assured, she […]
Tabua Auerbach‚Äôs “RGB Colorspace Atlas” is a beautiful 8 x 8 x 8-inch hard back book illustrating the RGB gradient in the page-by-page format using digital offset printing paper.
I absolutely love these Moleskine perspective drawings by Darren Frisina!
Art director Takahiro Kurashima has designed an interactive book entitled “Poemotion.” He uses the Moire technique, which basically is a visual effect that occurs when viewing a set of lines overlapping another set of lines. In other words, this has to be mathematically planned out from the striped vertical bars printed on an acetate sheet […]
Craftswoman Rachel Ashe makes art by altering old books‚ÄĒshe cuts, folds, paints, and glues objects onto the pages. You can view more of her work at Flickr.