Artist and photographer Zeren Badar has an intriguing way of creating compelling art. He does it by accident. Ok, so that may not be completely accurate, but as you see in this series of photos titled “Accident Series”, Badar explores a peculiar combination of photography, painting and collage to create new and unexpected images. In this photography project, he puts together unlikely combinations to generate a 3D feel with found objects, food and cheap old paintings to generate a completely new type of image.
Today’s unusual post features Japanese artist Baku Maeda and his killer moustache. Based in Sapporo, an illustrator by trade, Baku Maeda expresses tremendous energy and power with his work, showing us what’s possible to achieve with humble, unassuming materials like ice and ribbon. Maeda is a classic doodler – but be sure to look between the lines here so you don’t miss a thing.
01 | Before They Pass Away by Jimmy Nelson. 02 | Idols by Hamra Abbas. 03 | Bill Gekas’ Portraits of His Daughter in the Style of Dutch Master Paintings. 04 | Bloom Day Scans Flower Art by Craig Cramer. 05 | Nurture Studies by Diana Scherert 06 | Modern Day Totems by Omar Sosa. 07 | X-Ray Photography by Nick Veasey. 08 | Cinematic Self Portraits by Anja Niemi. 09 | Polaroid Portrait Mosaics by Maurizio Galimberti.
Dearest Yellowtracers, Can you believe we’ve almost reached the end of another amazing year together? What more could I possibly say that I haven’t already? You know I totally love you guys, right? By now it should be bleeding obvious. I heard a little saying the other day which made me laugh and I wanted to share it with you guys. “Life is like a roll of toilet paper. The closer it gets to the end, the faster it goes”…
Vallée Duhamel is a Montreal-based creative studio that does some seriously cool stuff. Founded by designer and director, Julien Vallée, and visual artist and designer, Eve Duhamel, the studio creates images and videos for a wide range of clients – from events to commercials, music, fashion, posters, magazines and objects. Vallée Duhamel specialises in high quality, lo-fi, and often handmade visuals and installations, taking a playful and experimental approach to work…
Today’s post is brought to you by Halloween. Kidding. But not really. The Second Self Laboratory is a graduation project by Jan Pieter Kaptein from Design Academy Eindhoven (DAE). ￼The premise of the project is to highlight the idea that wearing a disguise, or dressing a certain way, can really change how we behave and how other people perceive us. I’m sure this is something we’ve all experienced in our everyday life, although this project takes things to the extreme…