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Part of an ongoing project between The Ride Journal, Freshstripes Bikes & ilovedust this series of bicycle illustrations is just such an eye candy! The final piece which is unrelated was done for a Colette feature for Spread magazine which is also just as mighty beautiful a piece of illustration. Love their slick website too. ilovedust is now officially on my top design boutiques list +).






Amazing stylistic illustrations of the wild kingdom by Christopher Hewitt. This set of illustrations really examplifies the magnificence of the animals portrayed 



found via Behance


Wonderful print work by Takashi Okada. Love the whole ink based oriental styled illustration work. The other works in his portfolio is just as amazing!  




Nice set of Web 2.0 icons recreated in origami style. Designed by Paddy Donnelly

Design studio Antrepo came up with some movie posters with a little twist where instead of featuring the graphics and photographs of the movies it lists the brands which did product placements in the corresponding movie giving a fresh touch to the posters. Interesting works indeed.

Surely by now you would have heard of the release of the latest iteration of the very successful Macbook lines by Apple. Well the news is surely not at all suprising given the rumours flying around for the past few months. As usual the wonderful people at Apple had prepared an introduction video for the Macbook and you will be able to hear firsthand the thoughts of the design and engineering process behind their latest beauty and I really can’t help but marvel at the great lengths that they have went through to improve on their already amazing Macbook line. Get the HD version here. Can’t wait to get my hands on one.

Clot Inc.’s Verbal Intercourse 001 featuring interviews with some inspirational figures such as John C. Jay who is the Co-Executive Creative Director of Wieden + Kennedy Tokyo and Kazuki Kuraishi who is not only a freelance designer but also an integral part of Fragment Japan

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