The Japanese word "Origami" itself is a compound of two smaller Japanese words: "ori", meaning to fold, and "kami", meaning paper. Origami as a craft has a wonderful history, which begins sometime after Buddist monks carried paper to Japan during the 6th century.
Loving this playful and cheeky new brand direction for Milly. The bold imagery and block-colour backgrounds were crafted by New York design studio Sagmeister & Walsh.
Being described as ‘the world’s first feature-length painted animation’ - this forthcoming film will tell the life story of Vincent van Gogh through over 120 of his own oil paintings.
As you can see, David’s artwork is vibrant in both colour and creativity; there is most definitely something of a contemporary René Magritte in his compositions and perhaps even a flavour of Dali in those brush strokes.
Have you heard of Kitty N. Wong yet? This chic little lady should need no introduction as her illustrator-fingers have been whipping up quite a storm on the illustration scene in Hong Kong and beyond of late.
Artist, Katrina Pallon unveils modern Asian fairytales. It would be true to say that the women of the East have long been shrouded in an exotic mystery that's enveloped them with a mythical quality. From the geishas and oirans of Japan to the hypnotizing theatricality of Beijing's Opera singers..