Here comes our selection of WE AND THE COLOR’S best creative inspiration from April 2017!
Just like April’s ever changing weather, we have featured a wide variety of creative work including outstanding branding and graphic design, architecture, photography, typography, illustration and art projects, among others. Finally there it is, our selection of WE AND THE COLOR’s best creative inspiration from April 2017! The chosen projects have been selected according to different criteria such as creativity, uniqueness, execution, diversity and much more. I hope you enjoy it!
VP House in Costa Esmeralda, Argentina by Luciano Kruk.
The VP House has been designed and completed by architect Luciano Kruk (website) in 2015. It is situated in Costa Esmeralda, a beautiful seaside neighborhood 13 km north of the city of Pinamar and 4 hours away from Buenos Aires. The area is characterized by natural sandy dunes and pines. The concrete house was designed for a client who asked for a summer home for his family with all common features, which also allow it to be rented out. Please read the full article here.
36 Days of Type 2017 Entry by Andres Avila.
Andres Avila (portfolio) is a Maracaibo, Venezuela based graphic designer and illustrator with a great passion for typography. In 2017, he has participated for the third time in the international 36 Days of Type project. In contrast to the years before, this year he managed to finish the project with all letters and numbers. Check them all here.
Big Deal of Hand Drawn Vector Illustrations.
The creative folks of Hand Drawn Vectors have put together this amazing bundle of well illustrated vector graphics in order to make you a unique discounted price (only for Creative Market users). Each vector illustration has been drawn by hand in an extremely detailed style. You can get the set on Creative Market. Our full review can be seen here.
Sophisticated Design Created by Chae Byungrok of CBR Graphic.
Chae Byungrok (website) is an outstanding graphic designer based in Seoul, Korea. In his own studio named CBR Graphic, he creates amazing graphic work full of different visual languages with a focus on solution-oriented concepts and eye-catching expression. Especially in his poster artworks, he likes to experiment with different techniques and graphic styles. You can find more of his inspiring work here.
Fashion and Beauty Photography through the Lens of Alejandro Bauducco.
Alejandro Bauducco (Facebook, Instagram, Tumblr) is a talented photographer who lives in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He mainly shoots for both commercial and self-initiated art projects. His eye-catching fashion and beauty portraits have been featured in several print and web publications nationally and abroad. The Argentinian photographer skillfully captures his models in natural scenarios. His photographs are a must have in our list of best creative inspiration from April 2017. See more of Alejandro Bauducco’s images here.
Italian Artist Davide Balliano.
Born in Turin, Italy in 1983, Davide Balliano (website) currently lives and works in New York City. The Italian artist is represented by Luce Gallery. He mostly focuses on paintings and sculptures using a variety of geometric shapes. His artworks have been shown in numerous solo shows. A fine selection can be found here.
Parts and Labor – Layered Font by Joe Andrus.
Designed by Ontario, Canada based art director, designer, and illustrator Joe Andrus, Parts and Labor is a layered font collection for display use. Its style is deeply inspired by writings found in old newspapers, propaganda posters or signage of the mid 20th century. The full family provides you with plenty of typographic options to create eye-catching headlines. Read the full review on WE AND THE COLOR or get the Parts and Labor type collection here.
Total Control – Illustrations by Andrew Fairclough.
Andrew Fairclough’s surreal illustrations should not be missing in our selection of best creative inspiration of April 2017! The artist and illustrator has recently presented a new series of artworks in his first solo show called ‘Total Control’. From March 31 up to April 11, 2017, the exhibition took place at China Heights Gallery in Sydney, Australia. You can see a little more of his work on WE AND THE COLOR or on his website.
Logo Design Process Case Studies by Yoga Perdana.
Yoga Perdana (portfolio) is an illustrator and graphic designer who lives in Indonesia. Using a variety of digital tools and vector graphics, he specializes in icon and logo design. In April we have featured 9 outstanding logo design process case studies developed by Yoga Perdana. The original article can be found here.
American Artist Mary Weatherford.
Represented by David Kordansky Gallery, Mary Weatherford (Instagram) is an American artist who lives and works in Los Angeles, California. Her abstract paintings could be seen in several exhibitions both nationally and abroad. Mary Weatherford’s recent body of work combinations abstract paintings and neon light installations. A fine selection can be found on WE AND THE COLOR.
Blend Station – Coffee Shop Identity by Studio Futura.
Blend Station is a new coffee shop placed in the heart of Mexico City’s Condesa neighborhood. The design team of studio Futura (website) was asked to develop a unique brand identity concept. They came up with an identity experience that pays attention to different facets such as the coffee’s origin, roasting methods, drinking rituals, the ceramics where all different blends will be poured and how every meal should be presented. You can read the full article on WE AND THE COLOR.
Weekend House in Tapalpa, JAL, MX by Elíaszizo Arquitectos.
Elías Rizo and Alejandro Rizo of Elíaszizo Arquitectos (website) have been commissioned to design a unique weekend house for a bachelor on the top of a steep cliff overlooking the forest near Tapalpa, JAL, Mexico. The project allowed an open relationship between architectural space and the natural surroundings. You can see more here.
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