Tag: "Drawing"

5 design manufacturing books

There are hundreds of fantastic graphic design books out there, offering words of wisdom, design inspiration, and refreshers on key principles and techniques. Whether you’re looking to swot up on design theory or recharge your creative batteries, we’ve curated five key titles related to manufacturing and design process here.

Make wallpaper that’s art not decoration for FEATHR

They’re on a mission to lift wallpaper out of the decoration ghetto. So FEATHR’s brief is simple – make wallpaper that’s art not decoration.

From the engraving on the copper plate through the acid bath to the printing process in the press

Artist and illustrator Ugo Gattoni presents his first drypoint etching, made in the Urdla print facility in Villeurbanne (France). Edited in December 2015 by Sold Art online art gallery, this dreamlike composition featuring some references to his girlfriend Sybille’s anatomy, as well as Escher’s perspective work.

Maja Mesic, Boya Crayons

Crayons Boya present an innovative approach to drawing, their shape being direct result of research in drawing ergonomics and function. Unlike the restrictive form of pencil-shaped drawing tools, Boya’s tear-drop form has been devised to allow more natural and expressive hand movement. Furthermore, the shape possesses a tactile, sculptural quality which invites use and experimentation.

Morgan Freeman, iPad finger Painting

The world’s most realistic finger painting painted by Kyle Lambert. Using only a finger, an iPad Air and the app Procreate, artist Kyle has painted a photorealistic portrait of actor Morgan Freeman

Long Distance Art One artist, two robots and three paintings

Alex is using two industrial robots (ABB IRB 4600) who are fed by real-time tracking data from Vienna via satellite connection to the remote cities. The result will be three artworks that are later brought together to built a triptych.

Hero by Miguel Endara

Miguel Endara‘s Hero is an intricate portrait (to severely understate it) of his father created entirely out of ink dots, 3.2 million of them in fact. Yes that’s right, 3.2 million.

Drawing Apparatus by Robert Howsare

Design is a task that takes place surrounded by many other factors. In most cases the designer tries to take care of every detail so nothing can spoil the final result. On this basis, Robert Howsare plays with the arbitrary factor to create an exquisite collection of posters.

Senseless drawing bot by So Kanno & Takahiro Yamaguchi

This is a self-generated drawing machine that using chaotic movement of double pendulum and drawing abstract line dynamically in realtime. The modified electric skateboard with double pendulum detecting the direction of the movement of pendulum by rotary encoder on the fulcrum of it and amplify the wobble by moving right and left.

My First Car – Chip Foose

In a relatively short career, Chip Foose has created a legacy of designs and accomplishments that are well beyond his years.


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