Artist Gretchen Röehrs completes her playful fashion illustrations by utilizing colorful food items, such as bread, banana skin, cherry as a finishing touch. Making use of the food’s texture and color, Gretchen smartly transform these edibles into pieces that are reminiscent of structured, flowing, and shapely articles of clothing.
The talented graphic designer, Cyril Voilloz who splits his time between Berlin, Geneva, and Vancouver shows off his sketching skills with the most lively typography series we’ve ever seen – interactive 3D typography. On his Instagram account, he took a picture of how he plays with typography. In these amusing photos, the artist makes you think you could pull, bend, squeeze and otherwise interact with them in any way you wish. Check out more of his clever creations on his Instagram page.
Adele Emersen used to be a copywriter & concept designer in advertising, but now she’s probably more famous for her maternity leave hobby – photographing her sleeping baby and adding some adorable details to the pictures. Then she shared those whimsical baby photos on the blog milasdaydreams.blogspot.com. Minimalistic and nicely child-like, they are exactly what you wanna see in your childhood album once you grow up. If you are a mom want to create something like these for your baby, you might take a look at Adele’s book “When My Baby Dreams” and take your baby to a baby studio where you can get top quality shots to edit. Or you just want a cute baby on your 2013 Calender, here is its wall calender version.
People press leaves for many different reasons, but mostly so they can have a special memory from a place they visited. While the artist behind the blog The Sketching Backpacker does something differently by creating the most creative and inspiring little sketches around the leaves themselves. Witty and creative, this collection of pressed leaf is really impressive and show the simplicity and beauty of a leaf drawing. Love the work! [source]