Here’s a look at this week’s 2 most appreciated projects, and 2 most followed creatives…
Solitude – A Work In Progress by Joe Fenton
Somewhat of a modern masterpiece, sketch artist Joe Fenton has been working on this 8×5 foot image since 2010. Full of fairy-tale creatures and character designs, it’s fascinating to check the progress to see this piece fill out, bit by bit, to completion. Pretty epic! [Project Link]
For all you typography fanatics out there (and we know there are a lot of you), this independent type foundry is operated by Svetoslav Simov, in Bulgaria. From corporate to personal, professional logos to t-shirt designers, the typefaces have been featured all over the place. Definitely recommend this resource for browsing, or for free downloads!
Welcome to Pynongyang by Charlie Crane and Vue Represents
How do you photograph one of the secretive countries in the world? The answer is simple – photograph what they want you to see. Charlie Crane took these spectacular, chilling photos of North Korea after trying for over a year to get permission. He was finally allowed, granted two guides accompanied him at all times. Though Crane was only allowed to take “surface” photos, the resulting set incredibly powerful. [Project Link]
As Designer Director & Partner at Warsaw’s “Ars Thanea” agency, Jaworowski works with some of the biggest brands in the world – Nike, Discovery Channel, Nokia, and Visa, to name a few. Jaworowski’s robust Behance portfolio is filled with pages of colorful, crisp digital work that thousands of Behancers have noticed and appreciated.