An Escapekit is a ticket from job to job in the industry I work in. Join me on my journey to find work that I wish I put in my kit and share the work you put in yours.
Artist Henry Hargreaves and stylist Caitlin Levin used gingerbread and candy to create the buildings as part of a Dylan’s Candy Bar display at the Art Basel winter festival in Miami.
The work of Brian Miller
Based in Colorado, Brain’s illustrations can be found in editorial, commercial, advertising, and picture books.
The Truth in Advertising
It’s amazing how old this video is and still relevant.
A to Z Animal Alphabet
Graphic design studio Build has created this fun series of prints. Each poster is available in seven different sizes, and are available for purchase in the Build shop here.
Latvia-based graphic artist and illustrator Alex Konahin recently completed work on a new series of ornate insect drawings. The illustrations were made using pens and india ink in his distinctive style that makes used of ornate scrolls and intricate floral designs.
The work of Tobias Hall
Based out of London, England, Tobias creates beautiful pieces of hand done typography.
A home designed by architect Dymitr Malcew that offers its residents beautiful unobstructed views, a connectedness to their surroundings, and an easy way to move from one locale to another.
Seattle-based graphic designer Lacy Kuhn has created super cute packaging for the National Cereal Corporation. They plan to launch the Heartland line, which celebrates breakfast cereals as an all-American food—each flavour in the collection would be named after a state’s nickname.
South African photographer Lee Bothma captures beautiful shots of animals in the African bush. Check out the rest of his shots on his 500px account here.
JetBlue Election Protection
Design studio Stout created a poster series during the November 2012 Presidential Election. The notion was that if your candidate lost, JetBlue would give you a one way ticket out of the country, for free.
Artist Lacy Knudson creates beautiful mosaics using play-Doh. Ranging in size from 3x4 feet to 4x8 feet, each piece takes months to complete as Knudson meticulously places the tiny dots onto the canvas.
Unfortunately I’m stuck with stills because tumblr doesn’t like the gifs from the Behance page. Nonetheless Spain based designer Ion has created an awesome alphabet of displaced type. Starting with a square - you dissect it and displace the resulting parts in such a method, that when combine the positive and negative spaces, letter forms are been formed.
Check out the video below to see how they’re made and check out the Behance page here to see the awesome GIF.
Brew York City
Designer Jeffery Rauli has created a beautiful packaging for Brew York City. Brew York City is a growler bar where customers can fill growlers with dozens of different beers in drug stores. Giving it the motto, ‘growler refill counter,’ consumers came in bought a jug and a service personel will be there to served them the measurement of beer they wanted to buy.
(Source: The Dieline)
French artist Bruno Catalano displayed ten life-size, figurative sculptures at the port of Marseille. Inspired by travel, his surreal bronze sculptures represent a world citizen who’s in search of his or her own missing pieces.