Alex Szabo-Haslam is a graphic designer from UK, who inspired by classic techno and rave music. Have create a kickstart project with a series of beautiful series of posters visualising the entire track. Avava
He says the inspirations came when he was listening to one of his favorites tracks Windowlicker by Aphex Twin. And he felt the urge to “capture that energy” and translate it onto something physical, something you could hang on a wall.
Therefore Alex spend several months mapping the waveforms of his beloved tracks using DJ Software and then tracing a series of vectors on top. Resulting on beautiful and elegant abstract shapes.
What would happen if the logos of famous brands suddenly wake up in the bed of another? Thats what the new tumblr blog Logo Mashups explores. It makes us think in the in the connections they share and how they are constantly appealing to our consumer mind through the commons grounds of symbology and typography.
It is common to see paintings that look that photographs all the time and is great. But it is rare to find it the other way around. This is the work of Alexa Meade, where she paints on subjects and objects in a way that “optically compresses 3D space into a 2D plane when photographed”.
I find it incredibly contemporary and eye defeating.
“Rain Drawings” or “Dry Art” is a new way to make street art w/o the mess or damaging public property. Thats the new trend set by Nathan Sharratt and Dana0814. It is made with the help of clear sprays that repels water and a stencil. So it will be visible only in the presence of water.