It’s cool y’all – chill. Yellowtrace hasn’t become a blog about Buddhism. We are still all about crazy cool design and “What Happens in Buddhism Stays in Buddhism” is nothing more than a little bit of left-of-field thinking wrapped up with clever design which we hold so close to our hearts. Bangkok based 56thStudio is a creative collective that deals with quirky design and cutting-edge graphical matters. According to these guys, a piece of furniture can be inspired by and conceived from the strangest circumstances – even from a scandal. Their latest series “What happens in Buddhism stays in Buddhism” takes it’s cue from a story of a Buddhist monk who turned out to be a monumental crook.
The Gap is a typographic video by Daniel Sax offers inspiring advice to creative people struggling with a gap between their tastes and their abilities.
Scandinavian illustration and body paint meet fashion in a collaboration between shoe designer Minna Parikka & Helsinki-based illustrator Janine Rewell.
Monika Domaschenz is a Sydney based graphic designer who works with a number of leading design studios and global advertising agencies. The central focus and strength of Monika’s work – for both her commercial and private projects – lies in image-making, primarily drawing and photography.
Hermes Metamorphose is clever a video in which everything transforms into something new, leading the viewer through a playful story of unexpected scenes.
Hedi Xandt is a Hamburg-based multidisciplinary designer with a fresh perspective on graphic art. He recently deconstructed a series of luxury perfume bottles for TUSH Magazine, reducing them to a single line drawing shown with key ingredients in their natural state.