This is a lovely idea for a campaign to communicate environmental issues. These intricately cut leaf illustrations are part of a campaign to communicate how leaves absorb CO2, and was created by Leagas Delaney for Plant for the Planet. Found on Colossal.
Thanks to Chris for sharing the work of Fabrice Wittner. His recent works, Enlightened Souls, feature stencilled black paper which is back lit and then overlayed onto street scenes in New Zealand, initially as a response to the recent earthquake there. The same technique is being used in further projects in Vietnam and other locations. Check out the rest of his work here.
Cecilia Paredes works with her assistants to create these amazing photographs where she is both the subject and the photographer, seamlessly blending into the intricate patterns in the background. Using body paint, makeup and costume the pieces are meticulously staged so she practically vanishes into the background. Much of her work focuses around relocation and migration – check out more of her work here. Some of her work was shown at a recent 2012 LA Art Show, but you can see more of this series here. Thanks to Dan for finding this one.
Thanks to Iona for pointing out these slumped glasses by Loris & Livia. Nice name too – Tipsy, and they do look like they’ve drunk too much of their own contents.
In: Advertising, Art, Brand communications, Food and Drink, Ooh that's nice, Product design, Structural design, Sustainability · Tags: Environment, Glassware, Illustration, Photography, Plant for the Planet, Street art