Category Archives: Inspiration

Paper Power

I have recently developed an obsession with all things paper. There are hundreds of artists out there who have used this simple yet versatile material and transformed it into exciting, artistic creations. The .gif above features one of my favourite

Paper Power

I have recently developed an obsession with all things paper. There are hundreds of artists out there who have used this simple yet versatile material and transformed it into exciting, artistic creations. The .gif above features one of my favourite

The Bold and Geometric

A large part of contemporary design comes in the form of graphic art and illustration. Lately, I’ve been coming across some amazing works just browsing online (well, mostly from my Tumblr addiction). Some of the more interesting graphic illustrations I came across

The Bold and Geometric

A large part of contemporary design comes in the form of graphic art and illustration. Lately, I’ve been coming across some amazing works just browsing online (well, mostly from my Tumblr addiction). Some of the more interesting graphic illustrations I came across

It’s Looking Up!

I’ve always had a problem with the building-scape of Sydney CBD. There’s just a lack of unity and harmony between all the designs, with many of the more contemporary skyscrapers/taller buildings fighting for attention from one another (kind of seems

It’s Looking Up!

I’ve always had a problem with the building-scape of Sydney CBD. There’s just a lack of unity and harmony between all the designs, with many of the more contemporary skyscrapers/taller buildings fighting for attention from one another (kind of seems

That’s Rubbish.

Actually, it’s not rubbish- it’s extraordinary art! I recently came across an amazing artist, Zac Freeman, who takes portraiture to a whole new level, creating faces out of “collected junk, found objects, and general trash”. I was so amazed by

That’s Rubbish.

Actually, it’s not rubbish- it’s extraordinary art! I recently came across an amazing artist, Zac Freeman, who takes portraiture to a whole new level, creating faces out of “collected junk, found objects, and general trash”. I was so amazed by