Nothing gives me a warm fuzzier feeling than when my tribe get really curious and run with their creative expression. When people say I'm not creative I call BS - human beings have been creative beings long enough and consistently enough that it truly is a natural impulse.
If you’re not sure, Chicago based art director Cristina Vanko is on hand to help you figure it out with these cute little illustrations called “100 Days of Adulting”.
You can check out the rest of the collection and her Instagram here.
Would love to hear what you think of the illustrations.
Original letters found and then given the artistic once over by artist and collector of all things vintage Kathleen Taylor. Taylor came across a basket brimming with old postage stamps and envelopes.
As she sifted through the envelopes and saw the flowery handwriting, she was struct with an idea. An idea, to show stories of connection between soldiers and their sweethearts at home, relatives and distant family members, best friends.
An opportunity to create art out of ordinary papers yes, but also a charming way to preserve a dying form of communication in this digital age. Such a lovely notion, that there are now envelopes in homes all over the world. Some people have collected them based on a date or postmark that had a personal connection for them. Others have loved the art and the idea of recycling the old envelopes into new art.
How much time do you dedicate to creating and exploring your creativity?
Photo artist Igor Morski has a slightly different view of the world, and he invites you to share this view with these surreal illustrations. The Polish artist is a passionate critic of a modern society. With his thought-provoking illustration series “System Failure”, Igor analyses topics like greed and the cult of beauty, along with the crisis of economic and social values.
Can you see all the hidden messages? Would love to hear your thoughts on the pieces.
For more info on Igor his website is here.