Beautifully decadent foodscapes by Carl Warner, landscapes made entirely from food.
For 2018, we've updated our popular Portland Versus Seattle Infographic, which pits the two Pacific Northwest cities against each other.
Gorgeous cacti blooming.
A clever typeface where each letter is fashioned after an electronic divide of that same letter.
Take a journey into strange, broken down cars of Russia, lovingly illustrated and described by designer Vlad Tretiak.
Letters and Liquors is a love story to the history of cocktails, with a rich background, recipes, and beautifully appropriate visuals.
Graphic designer Jing Zhang has a series of classic cocktail infographics, filled to the brim with detail and creativity.
128 years of National Geographic infographics.
Andrew Fairclough takes the idea of a city guide for Australia’s international students, and makes them personal with this series of designs. Full of detail and beautifully executed, these would look great as a framed series.
In a very colorful, pop-art execution, Ben the Illustrator asked Twitter: “What is your dream workspace?” The resulting polls helped to dictate the amalgamated design, which you can investigate, below. A very cool and clever crowdsourced experiment. Click the images for a …
Motionographer gathers beautiful and impactful examples of motion design, and this video by Chromosphere is pretty stunning. Amazing forms, colors, points of view. Great work. Thanks to JM for the hat-tip. FORMS IN NATURE: Understanding Our Universe from Chromosphere on Vimeo.
Italian brothers known as Van Orton Design have redesigned classic movie posters in a bold new way. Utilizing a central vanishing point and using vibrant neon-style colors, their designs take movies out of their normal context and into a new dimension. Via …
Reading a tiny ingredient list on the back of a package is one thing. Seeing the ingredients side by side is a more impactful way to know what goes into your snacks. Photographer Dwight Eschliman and Steve Ettlinger have a new book …
Steve Frykholm is Herman Miller’s VP of Creative Design, and a personal friend. He is famous for a myriad of designs for Herman Miller, but hugely for his Summer Picnic series, which permanently hang in the MOMA in New York. Here’s a …