Sometimes a pie graph just doesn’t cut it when it comes communicating information. Matthew Epler has stepped up and solved the confusion of who’s winning the Republican primary with a most appropriate visual aid.
The end of the world is nigh and so is a rock solid case of diabetes, if you were to consume this temple of chocolate.
For nearly 30 years, My Little Pony has been coveted by kids of all ages, making it possible for each of us to actually have the ubiquitous “pony” we’ve all wished for, at one time or another. Today, My Little Pony has reached a new generation of li’l pony-seekers, and the colorful childhood staple continues to be a source of inspiration for old-school fans, too.
Josh Warner of Good Art Hlywd handcrafts pop-culture staples such as Cracker Jack prizes, Monopoly charms, whistles, zippers, and bullets, but while the atelier’s biggest medium is bling, Good Art skillfully manages to make things that are equally utilitarian and ornate.
Sesame Street has collaborated with The Seventh Letter, a collective of the world’s leading artists working in fine art, photography, graphic design, graffiti, tattoo art, sculpture, and music.
If you’ve ever wondered how exactly you can get to the House Of The Rising Sun, you’ll be happy to know you can drive there via Highway To Hell, deep in the heart of Funkytown.
Taking the form of an antique type-specimen book, Retrofonts is a chronicle of the best type designs from last 150 years, with an accompanying CD containing 222 copyright-free fonts.
Drawing on clothing design as inspiration, Japanese-born artist Lun*na Menoh’s playful creations subtly reveal sobering themes of alienation, loss, and decay.
Paul Frank, Tim Biskup, and Ron English are among the 100 artists and designers who customized replicas of the Darth Vader helmet for The Vader Project, transforming the mask of the menacing villain into individual works of art.