Fine artist James M. Joyce creates a ton of amazing work all across the board. The British artist often uses satire and typography in his work, however in a series of painted faces, some which were included in a show last year at Spring Projects, Joyce makes us laugh and rethink the yellow happy smiley face.
Ben Dehaan prints portraits using UV sensitive inks that cure (or dry) when exposed to UV light. Dehaan doesn’t dry his prints, instead he leaves them to allow the ink to run. On his website, he’s got a video time-lapse capturing the process. The portraits produced then become abstract, using this brave technique.
The Uberpong team, which we posted up a number of months ago, who let you customize ping-pong paddles from art and design to your own mug on a paddle have successfully completed their Kickstarter campaign and they’ve got a new press release to tell you all about what’s happening with the project now.
Doing some research for some new design work, we stumbled across these beautiful nineteenth century German typefaces.