'A Planet that is Apart' by Ricardo Parker – Lisbon, Portugal

'A Planet that is Apart' by Ricardo Parker – Lisbon, Portugal

Ricardo Parker is Appart Planet – an illustrator from Portugal. His art is mostly based on a blue yellow eyed character surrounded by different environments, styles, bright and vivid colors. Fully composed artworks makes you want to check every little detail of it. He gets inspiration by day-to-day life, statements or photography’s he sees.

CREATION: Create / Produce / Deliver. – London, UK

CREATION: Create / Produce / Deliver. – London, UK

CREATION are an award-winning London based creative advertising and design agency with a very experienced team and diverse clients. They work on all aspects of international brand creation, strategy and development, communication planning, production and rollout.

Lil' Kim for Time Magazine by Post Typography – Baltimore, USA

Lil' Kim for Time Magazine by Post Typography – Baltimore, USA

Post Typography have created the custom lettering treatment and background pattern for Time Magazine, featuring North Korea's Kim Jong Un and the hilarious headline "Lil' Kim." The lettering was loosely inspired by communist propaganda posters, while maintaining some of the general shapes and proportions of Franklin Gothic (Time's type family). The design and background were created to pair with propaganda-style portrait by illustrator Tim O'Brien.

SHEETS by Rinko Kawauchi is now available! – Berlin, Germany

SHEETS by Rinko Kawauchi is now available! – Berlin, Germany

Sheets attempts to retrace Rinko Kawauchi’s steps in this world through a reassembly and re-editing of her filmstrips as a reinvented whole. Cinematographic at heart, the sequences of randomly selected contact sheets offer a real-life time lapse, a resurrection of moments in the personal history of the artist and immortalised in some of her more significant publications. The book’s gatefolds mark intervals in this rhythmic crescendo. They contribute, as if under a magnifying glass, to new spontaneous pairings of images. Special edition includes a signed and numbered print! Spec: 21 cm x 14 cm / 152 pages / 12 gate fold outs/ Hardcover.

Typodarium 2016 – Call for Entries – Germany

Typodarium 2016 – Call for Entries – Germany

Every type designer or font label is invited to contribute to this project with their latest typefaces. Choose up to 5 days and upload the requested files! Submission deadline is 17 JAN, 2015. Typodarium 2016 – edited by Lars Harmsen of Slanted, Raban Ruddigkeit of Freistil and to be published by Verlag Hermann Schmidt Mainz – is the daily typography dose. A tear-off calendar, just like the one our grandma used to hang in the kitchen. But this calendar unveils a new font everyday.

Artwork and Packaging for “Koralle” by Vuptes – Germany

Artwork and Packaging for “Koralle” by Vuptes – Germany

Tobias Zarges is an Illustrator, Graphic Designer, Animator, Musician and Game Designer. He has created the Artwork and Packaging for “Koralle”, the first EP by Vuptes. Koralle is now available as pieces of driftwood with a downloadcode wrapped around it. Each one is handpicked, colored and packed in a bag with additional artwork. Limited Edition of 100.

Erkennen by Han Mi Suk – Berlin, Germany / Seoul, South Korea

Erkennen by Han Mi Suk – Berlin, Germany / Seoul, South Korea

Han Mi Suk is an artist and illustrator based in Berlin. She has participated in many group exhibitions and projects including "20 Korean Contemporary Artists" in Italy and "bebe_Berlin Exhibition Project" in Berlin. Her works has also been published in "Great Big book of Fashion Illustration" by Martin Dawber. And in 2013, Han had her first solo exhibition "HAN, MI SUK" in Spongehouse Gallery, Seoul.

VNA #24 is out now! – London, UK

VNA #24 is out now! – London, UK

VNA issue 24 is here with London’s secretive living legend, Paul Insect, gracing the front cover. Paul, who remains something of an enigma in the street art scene, discusses everything from his bronze Playboy Bunny skeleton creations to his predilection for pottery. This in-depth interview is nestled amongst the usual eclectic mix of street arty goodness, from exciting newcomers to seasoned award-winners, from American cartoonists to Iranian muralists. Other artists featured include Jaybo Monk, Matt Small, Joram Roukes, Jacob Ovgren, Oliver Jeffers, Tim Biskup and much much more.

ACMÉ just launched their new website! – Paris, France

ACMÉ just launched their new website! – Paris, France

ACMÉ is a graphic design studio based in Paris created by Elodie Mandray & Caroline Aufort. Sharing similar views on their job, they decided to team up, sharing their complimentary expertise in art direction, print, visual identity and typography. They recently updated their website – please feel free to checkout their latest project including communications for Lacoste's 2014 Spring/Summer Runway Collection.

"Indispensability of Dreams" by Martin Grohs – Leipzig, Germany

"Indispensability of Dreams" by Martin Grohs – Leipzig, Germany

With a creative eye and a penchant for surrealism, Martin Grohs creates unique works that will encourage the viewer to think about the topic. He is also part of Adobe’s new campaign: "I am The New Creatives" – check out his website today!