Selected projects by New York -based, Japanese -born illustrator Yuko Shimizu; first image the cover for Yukio Mishima’s book, Spring Snow.
Artist’s personal work previously feat. here.
Tengu, one from the six yokai (Japanese mythical creature) for Discovery Channel mag
Opener image for PlanAdviser’s Micro Plan survey 2013 to illustrate the dynamish of small numbers
Cover for DC Comics Vertigo series The Unwritten issue No. 44
Cover for DC Comics Vertigo series The Unwritten issue No. 45
Swimming in Fear page spread for Scrubs Magazine, a magazine for nurses
Spread from The ABCs of Contemporary Creatives alphabet book. The alphabet I illustrated is “Y for You”
New York Times Book Review cover for Chinese writer Mo Yan
Plz check also the work of Soga Kayoko here and there
New animated gifs by illustrator Zach Cohen, from the ongoing project Ye – originally introduced at Death plays sweet for those who hear..
Installation view of a hole revealing wall painting of successive exhibition layers, titled Timekeeper, site specific at the Viennese Secession, created in 1999 by French artist Pierre Huyghe (prev. feat. here).
check out artist’s current exhibition at Centre Georges Pompidou.
Images from the exhibition Ephémères by WODA collective, aka French photographers Gwenaelle Dautricourt and Philippe Wojazer, at Galerie Laure Roynette, Paris.
Anamorphic typography installation at the Chicago Design Museum, by American graphic designer Thomas Quinn.
The Mandalaki table by Milan based designers Enrico De Lotto, Georgios Kolliopoulos (Koli) and Cristian Loddo of studio Mandalaki, is made of two iron pipe legs with six main plugs and 2 USB ports. The double-faced top is attached to the legs without screws.
via shoebox dwelling
Basso, an indoor/ outdoor shelf system consisting of three different basic elements made of fibre cement, fixed together with some round wood pegs. Designed by Austrian industrial designer Thomas Feichtner, produced by Eternit.
Socket mural in Paris from the Zoo Project collective (previously feat. here).
Paratropolis, a chaotic sculpture installation by German artist Alexander Biserama Becherer at Galerie Kesselhaus, Lahr.
previously: Unregistered Cities
Moon, is an online public art experiment by artists Ai Weiwei and Olafur Eliasson.
A rotating digital orb simulating the Moon allows users to zoom in /out and leave their mark or check out ideas or sketches from other users.
Does the above drawing ring a bell? Check out a feature-length documentary by Danish director Andreas Johnsen, titled Ai Weiwei: The Fake Case, recently premiered at the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam, Netherlands. The film focuses on a legal tussle between the authorities and Fake, Ai Weiwei’s company, over an alleged $2.5 million tax evasion.
Or make your own planet here
Objects, furniture and pendant light by French designer Sam Baron
previously: Mattia Bonetti’s work here and there
Maddie The Coonhound accompanied her owner, American photographer Theron Humphrey, on a yearlong, cross-country trip while he worked on a photojournalism project. In his spare time, Theron took photos of Maddie.
Check out their blog and buy Maddie’s book at amazon
Monsters added in vintage photographs by Chilean illustrator Relleno de Mono
via accidental mysteries
hillarious snapshot found tumblring
check out the left eye..
Bus stop in Gaeta, Italy, with a vitrail created by artist Borondo, his contribution for the project INATTESA – art at the bus stop, curated by Memorie Urbane Street Art Festival 2013.
Check out this video about INATTESA project