American illustrator Tavis Coburn‘s unique style is inspired by 1940s comic book art, the Russian avant-garde movement and printed material from the 1950s/60s. We love it!
Russian digital designer Anatoly Zenkov boomed on Internet when he released his IOGraph (formerly known as MousePath), a simple app which he created to brighten up routine work on the computer. But, what we like the most are his photographic series ‘Persistent Pyramides’.
Olek, who is one of our favourite yarn bombers, was born Agata Oleksiak en Poland but later on moved to New York where she took up crochet. A good decision it seems since her yarn sculptures have been presented in galleries in Brooklyn, Venice, Brazil, Istanbul, her homeland Poland and of course out on the streets.
Keep that crochet hook moving!