These cartoon like splats and drips might cause face melt!
Chicago based designer, Irina Kruglova, aka Monscribbles, creates striking illustrations of modern life using patterns and textures. Her colorful vector artwork focuses on simple shapes and line with a minimalist aesthetic. Kruglova recently turned her sights on illustration after a decade of working in graphic design. She finds inspiration in the quotidian and states, “I love to peer at things around me. Some may think I’m a weirdo or a creep when I can’t take my eyes off a person or object. But in fact I’m not, it’s just the way I observe the world around me.”
Light up the night with pops of bright colors that illuminate.
Thick or thin, vertical stripes make a big statement.
The pattern-like designs of photographer, Mandy Barker, are not only beautiful but they also carry a heavy social message. The photos, composed of debris washed ashore from around the world, aim to generate an emotional response to our consumption of plastic materials and bring awareness to the long term effects it has on our environment. View more of her work here and make sure to read each caption. It definitely makes you question your purchases.
Set at an admirably affordable price and based on the Hunter S. Thompson novel Fear and Loathing In Las Vegas, the new interiors collaboration by designer Henry Holland and Habitat is a riot of brightly colored print amazingness.
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Could I have a side of fruit?