Tag Archives: colorful
Los Angeles based graphic designer Jeanie Chong has developed this beautiful and vibrant typography experiment symbolizing Spring. She has taken various sized small pieces of paper and collaged them together as well as made little flowers along the text to make this wonderful piece. The flowers remind me of the “P is for Paper” post by Akaya Ito.
A flock of colorful origami butterflies flutter overhead in this installation, entitled Dream Colourfully, by Dream Interiors and Elixr. This collaborative piece was created for Saturday In Design, an annual event for the design community that alternates each year between Sydney and Melbourne. Each delicate origami butterfly is formed from translucent paper, which allows light to pass through from every angle.
Kota Hiratsuka is a Japanese paper engineer that has been exploring origami by manipulating paper into these beautiful geometrical formed mosaics. He also has them for sale on his site Origami Mosaics, be sure to check them out!
The December 2012 calendar from the graphic design project Pattern Matters by Lim Siang Ching.
The November 2012 calendar from the graphic design project Pattern Matters by Lim Siang Ching.
In collaboration with Moo for their Luxe Project, Helen Friel designed this beautiful series inspired by Oliver Byrne’s 1847 version of Euclid’s Element, which are also very reminicent of Piet Mondrian paintings. These were created for ‘an initiative that teams creatives with Luxe Business Cards, and helps good causes as well. Each designer’s collection is showcased for a month with 100% of net proceeds from sales going to the designer’s charity of choice.’ Her cards can be purchased on the site and be sure to check out the interview about the project as well.
Netherlands-born Anouk Kruithof has created this wall which consists of more than 3,500 colorful books, entitled . Each book is stacked and precariously balanced in a rectangular pile. She builds many sculptures and minimalist structures with the beliefs of the infinite possibilites of photography and what she can capture through her camera lens.
The October 2012 calendar from the graphic design project Pattern Matters by Lim Siang Ching.