Art & Design Inspiration Roundup
The ARTLABguide’s dose of curated works, from contemporary fine art, to illustration, and the numerous fields of design to inspire you to find the creative in the everyday and fuel your creative habit.
Sculptor Jeremy Mayer collects vintage typewriters, carefully disassembles them (without any power tools), sorts them into bins, and then reassembles them into full-scale figures—no soldering, welding or glue, a process he calls “cold assembly.”
Isabella Carapella is a multimedia designer and producer, mainly working and fusing illustration and 2D animation and motion graphics with handcrafted techniques. Her work is eclectic, blending styles and techniques that are both modern and traditional, and has been featured on Huff Post, New York Times, Vice, and USA Today to name a few.
Dogs should be able to eat fresh, real food, just like their humans, amirite? Enter Pet Plate: Healthy dog food, furreal—top quality, chef-crafted dog food delivered to your doorstep. This brand identity system from &Walsh combines a fun and bold blue and white design, detailed line illustrations, and funky typefaces—all coming together with a playful and humorous tone of voice. With their brand new launch announced last week by Jessica Walsh, I’m excited to see more work from the new women-owned agency.
This e-commerce concept by Martina Ferro elegantly showcases Nike’s latest designs in a slick user interface and interaction design that smoothly blends product galleries and carousels.
Way to make a debut on Dribbble! Beautiful first shot by Son Coi, this GIF animation not only animates the Dribbble logo but features it in the window like a glowing bright moon guiding a Peter Pan-esque lost boy ready to take flight.