1229 // Federico Babina

•February 25, 2017 • Leave a Comment

A new great project by Federico BabinaARCHIATRIC – using architecture to explain 16 mental illnesses and disorders. Have a closer look here.

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Accompanied by an animated video as well:

1228 // Daniel Stolle II

•February 24, 2017 • Leave a Comment

I am pretty sure that I have posted the first illustration somewhere here before… but cannot find it. So here we go (again). More great head depictions by Daniel Stolle:

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1227 // Daniel Stolle

•February 24, 2017 • Leave a Comment

Amazing monochrome illustrations by Daniel Stolle for the bimonthly column of the magazine “Psykologi” of the Finnish psychologist association (Suomen Psykologiliitto ry). More illustrations can be found here.

Found via robot:mafia.

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1226 // Steeven Salvat

•February 15, 2017 • Leave a Comment

Thanks a lot, Ryan Swoverland, for sharing this wonderful project – found on Colossal.

„French artist Steeven Salvat has long been fascinated by the clarity and exactitude found in old biological studies. (…) For this new series titled Mechanical / Biological [Crustacean Study], Salvat imagined intricate clockwork mechanisms that might animate the rigid exteriors of crabs, lobsters, and crayfish. The 10-piece collection was drawn entirely with a 0.13mm Rotring technical drawing pen, the process of which he captured in a video below.“

More about this great project can be found here.

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1225 // Raymond Savignac

•February 8, 2017 • Leave a Comment

More by Raymond Savignac: Great illustrations and nice character design.
I have posted his great Aspro commercial head depiction before.

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1224 // Don’t stand in a queue

•February 8, 2017 • Leave a Comment

Also by Clive Gardiner, 1928 Poster by Clive Gardiner for the London Underground.

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1223 // Alfred Clive Gardiner

•February 8, 2017 • 1 Comment

Very powerful depictions from the 1930s by Alfred Clive Gardiner (1891–1960) – the colours and simplified shapes are really nice.

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