Hipstory is the project of Israeli illustrator Amit Shimoni, who turned the best-known leaders of the 20th century in hipsters.
Lenin, Che Guevara, Mandela, Thatcher, Obama, Gandhi… Hipstory wants to reflect on the values of the present era and the narcissism of the younger generation more interested about aesthetics than about political ideals.
Emma Hack, a body illustrator, is famed for her work on Gotye’s hit music video last year is bringing her latest collection of work to life in front of an audience at the Blossom exhibition at Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery.
If everywhere you look there are faces staring back, you’re not alone. For the past 10 years French artist Gilbert Legrand has been finding the hidden characters in everyday objects and revealing them with paint. His whimsical vision sees all sorts of household objects become things they were not: a coat hanger becomes a mouse sporting shoes; a paintbrush transforms into a teen with an attitude (and a wicked hairdo); and the blades of some scissors get amorous.
This is a first-hand account of life inside an Australian immigration detention facility, told from the perspective of a former employee of Serco, the ubiquitous multinational service provider that runs the nation’s onshore centres.
Commissioned by the Paris based agency Uzful, Mother Volcano created these 9 allegoric characters that have been brought to life by AIM in this fun and informative campaign for Sony Mobile introducing the new Xperia™ Z Ultra.
Chocolates like a set of oil paints. Tubes in a box of paints contain a variety of colours, and these chocolates a variety of flavoured syrups. The labels indicate each chocolate’s flavour and also function as wrappers, keeping fingers clean for eating. A design that combines the childhood excitement of opening a new box of paints and the thrill of opening a box of chocolates you’ve been given unexpectedly.