You know all those questions you never thought to ask? Lucky for you,The Unzipped Truth bares all on life’s un-probed absurdities, realities and contradictions through unrestrained wit and childlike illustration. Uncensored. Unexpected. Occasionally un-PC. Always unapologetic.
My friends and I are making an anthology zine full of all new artwork based on Ridley Scott’s sci-fi classic Blade Runner. To celebrate the movie, the recent resurgence of its popularity, and the joy of print, we’re aiming for a super high-quality publication. The artwork will be printed using a risograph (Japanese-manufactured duplicator) on fine paper. Five of the illustrations can be viewed now on the fundraiser page. Thanks for checking it out!
The new Kickstart project, “Text Message”, is a new way of personal expression through dynamic art design with glow-in-the-dark Hidden Message, hand-print by designer Fanny Chu. Although “Text Message” appears elegant and clean under the light, a hidden message glowing in the dark is unbelievably beautiful and stylish.
“Text Message” is also an eco-friendly project that is silkscreen-printed by hand. It utilizes a customized water-based glowing pigment to print hidden message on a 100% recycled paper.
“Text message” is not merely an expression of personality, but it motivates us in what we believe in or dream about.
The Flood project is the latest work of the Belgian photographer Harry Fayt.
Fayt´s work focuses generally on aesthetic research related to the theme of water. His artisitic concept is based on the female figure in water. Each and every serie and shot is carrefully created in order to transmit beauty, transcendence, angelism and inspiration for the next project.
The Flood project presents Belgian soul singer Typhene Barrow immersed in an underwater world. Every piece of furniture and details are submerged in the artist´s alternate universe, a second nature,as Fayt would like to call the under water world.
Check Fayt´s web site for more under water shots: www.harryfayt.com
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As an adventurer myself, I cannot help but wonder what really is the truth behind Atlantis? This remarkable, yet so mysterious city is know to has been dissipated way back in history when writers like Plato, still remembered of its existence. But despite the unbelievable legends of mysterious powers sinking this wonderful place, has Plato really told us the truth? Why Atlantis still remains a mystery for us? Learn the answers refracted to the prism of our modern world? Reveal the secrets of this mystery!
With government shutdowns, multi-front (and enemy) wars, health care crises, increased taxes and our “representatives” locked in heated poker games when they should be attending to their jobs, it’s no wonder our politicians are the butt of many a joke. And that’s just in the United States, where, fortunately, all citizens have the right to exercise their own political commentary, in whatever way they see fit. It’s with this in mind that I applaud the following political parodies by designers who remind of me of one of my favorite elementary school adages: “If you can’t beat them, make fun of them.” Hey, it’s a heck of a lot better than joining them … and invites far less legal trouble than beating them up.
The Life of a Superhero is the name of a project by Swedish artist Andreas Englund. The project consists of some incredibly funny and photo realistic oil paintings documenting a Superhero in his day to day life; the ups, the downs, and the damn right hilarious. The series takes you through the life of this Superhero, from a toddler to an old man, and highlights the everyday struggles that can happen to the best of us.