This latest print campaign for the Germany based organization Plant For The Planet was created by Legas Delany of Hamburg (who was also
Advertising agency Legas Delaney has created this nice series of print ads for Plant for the Planet, an organization which aims to erase
Love Loved Illustration
This is a very rare VW powered truck called a Tempo Matador, built in 1951 by a Hamburg, Germany based company by the name of Vidal and Sohn....
Hamburg, Germany, 1945, Preparations for the burial of victims of the concentration camp. The burial was performed by the American army.
The latest from Hamburg-based Kaffeemaschine is this lovely Moto Guzzi 1000 SP—and a matching set of luggage designed for classics and cafe racers. Love it!
ISSEY MIYAKE Watch Project is "W", a Japanese chronograph watch created through a collaboration with the renowned car designer, Satoshi Wada, who worked for Audi in Germany and made remarkable achievements in designing many series. The powerful and dynamic case is inspired by an aluminum wheel of a car and the long hands indicate the time on its precise gauge-like dial. "I designed this watch to reflect the minimal mind based on the traditional aesthetic sense of Japan."
Accessories and Jewelry
This little beauty beats the ingenuity of the VW Bug dashboard vase! The Bike Planter created by Atlanta based designer Colleen Jordan makes me wish I was ridin'!
The Art of Simple
Lego has launched a new advertising campaign entitled 'Imagine' with the help of Hamburg-based ad agency Jung Von Matt.
MAYBACH EXELERO In the relatively short history of ultra-luxury supercars, the Maybach Exelero ($8 million) is quite an interesting footnote. Based on the Maybach 57, this one-off coupe was created by the tiremaker Fulda to show off its latest and greatest rubber, and features a turbocharged V12 good for 700 horses and a top speed of 218. It was supposed to be purchased by the rapper Birdman, but apparently Birdman is a little bird-brained with his cash, so if you want it, it's likely yours for the taking.
Leonberger - Perhaps the first dog to result from a marketing campaign, the Leonberger was created in the mid-19th century to resemble the lion on the town crest of Leonberg, Germany.
This brisk, refreshing smash is found in the Farm-to-Glass section of "The New Cocktail Hour" (Running Press, 2016). It's created by Jörg Meyer of Le Lion Bar in Hamburg, Germany. The book's authors, André and Tenaya Darlington, suggest setting up a table where guests can choose their own herbs to muddle in this herbaceous drink.
VIDEO: MAN: A MUST SEE Animation Short by London-based Illustrator Steve Cutts | January 15, 2013 This goes with the pin - 'What if this was all a realty show for another planet?'
(Tuatha de Danann) Irish Love Goddess, also known as 'Lady of the Lake'. In Irish mythological legend, Aine was the Goddess who created abundance for all that grows upon Earth. She is also the Goddess of Prosperity, Protector of Women, Animals and the Environment. caroline evans aine fairy watercolor original art painting fantasy. Aine (Irish) – Goddess of love, growth, cattle and light. Her name means bright as she lights up the dark. Celebrations for this goddess were held on midsummer’s eve.
FREE! This is a set of THREE different projects created to allow for extended learning based on the non-fiction reading and work done by students.
Mystery Ranch Recce harness/LBE in Multicam that was created at the request of a US SOF group for use by their sniper reconnaissance operators. It is based on the wildland Firefighter rigs.
None of it makes any sense! Captain America was created by two Jewish men, who quite literally put their lives on the line, to be a symbol of peace and someone who fought for good. This Christian man couldn't stand bullies; no matter where they came from. And now he's a part of them?
Words to remember
Seventeen-year-old Bianca Passarge of Hamburg dresses up as a cat and dances on wine bottles in June 1958. Her performance was based on a dream. She practiced for eight hours a day to do this.
In dreams we plant the seeds of our future. Eyes open or shut, this world was made for dreaming! This is a limited edition print of only 200.
Alice X. Zhang - "I was commissioned by Big Chief Studios to do some more Doctor Who artwork for official BBC licensing! This is a portrait of the Tenth Doctor called “The Turn of the Universe,” it goes with my Eleventh portrait “The Roar of Our Stars.” (Ninth Doctor is also coming shortly in this series!) Will be available to buy online as an official print from Big Chief Studios & BBC in the near future!!"
1955 Dream Car of Faroe — This Dream Car, with gullwing doors, was home built by Almar Nordhaug, a Norwegian expat who lived in Tórshavn on the Faroe Islands. The futuristic build was based on a Vauxhall Cresta chassis, engine and drivetrain. The body was handmade, and the roof was taken from an airplane. In 1957, Nordhaug returned to Norway, bringing his car with him.
Land Rover Monologues | The Inspiration Room // Land Rover‘s Monologue campaign, developed by Y Dubai, was recognised with Silver for Print (art direction) at the London International Awards recently. Three magazine advertisements each address the drivers of Land Rovers who dare to “meet interesting places”. The minimalist postcard approach, combined with graphic geometric devices, are designed to pull the reader into the perspective of the mountain, the orangutan and the river.
This is by far the best pumpkin bread recipe I have ever had the pleasure of tasting. It was passed to me by my aunt who said it was her great-grandmother's recipe. I also use this recipe for my Pumpkin Cookies, only I alter it some.
Goodies I Want to Try
29 avenue Rapp by Jules Lavirotte who designed this in 1901 for his friend Alexandre Bigot. Bigot was a ceramist and created the ceramic details himself, along with sculptor Jean-Baptiste Larrivé. It was said that the bust of the woman over the door is a portrait of Lavirotte's wife (check out the fur around her neck). Lavirotte won first place in the Parisian Facade competition of 1901 for this!
"I think the concept of virginity was created by men who thought their penises were so important it changes who a woman is." --Source Unknown
Would you ever have thought of using wine bottles and slabs of wood to create a shelving unit? DIY recycled furniture is rarely easier than this. Made by Zero Waste Design, the shelves are created by drilling holes into the wood for the necks of the bottles, with hook and eye strainers adding a bit of stability. The Glasgow-based furniture maker also offers a how-to on Instructables. #winerabble