(Fuente: erzandco, vía tarafirma)

(vía Marc Aspinall - The Tree House Press)
(vía Jean Jullien’s online portfolio: ALBERT POSTERS)
excrutiate:

Sophie Lécuyer

excrutiate:

Sophie Lécuyer

(vía jane-and-edward)

(vía King Leo plates por yvonneellen en Etsy)
(vía Prisma Design - Product - Evy Lamp - Image-1)
korihata:

roomie - 西洋デザインと日本職人の融合「木のナイフ」

petitspetitstresors:

Mat Mabe’s Animals Alphabet

These giclée prints in a limited edition of 150 are a collection of graphic animal prints from A-Z by Mat Mabe that includes a 27th print of the letter D for Dragon. Animal Alphabet is a project inspired by Mabe’s own kids and their love for the animals.

Geometric shapes (triangles and circles in the main) and simple lines  create evocative animals. Art for little and big people alike.

 

(Fuente: traceloops, vía lebusmagique)

(vía Venta de cerámica japonesa (Katsue Kusumi) | WasabiFest)
adayinthelandofnobody:

Tripod Stool by Eunjin Jung

adayinthelandofnobody:

Tripod Stool by Eunjin Jung

(vía takeovertime)

(vía Petra Bindel - Photographers - Agent Bauer)
lilianafortuny:

http://society6.com/lilianafortuny
(vía philippe starck: aunts and uncles collection for kartell)
Miguel Tanco: El rey de los animales 
Once upon a time, the King of the Animals, a Illustrator and… the savannah.
These three elements are in El rey de los animales, a children’s book written and illustrated by Miguel Tanco. With  masterful use of colors and shapes and a large doses of humor Tanco creates a fun fable about the power and the responsibility that comes. This book is a nice way to meet the Tanco’s work (more on his web).
The Society of Illustrators of Los Angeles has selected to Miguel Tanco, with El rey de los animales, for Illustration West 51 exhibition. A well-deserved recognition for a great illustrator.


Miguel Tanco
: El rey de los animales 

Once upon a time, the King of the Animals, a Illustrator and… the savannah.

These three elements are in El rey de los animales, a children’s book written and illustrated by Miguel Tanco. With  masterful use of colors and shapes and a large doses of humor Tanco creates a fun fable about the power and the responsibility that comes. This book is a nice way to meet the Tanco’s work (more on his web).

The Society of Illustrators of Los Angeles has selected to Miguel Tanco, with El rey de los animales, for Illustration West 51 exhibition. A well-deserved recognition for a great illustrator.

(vía petitspetitstresors)