Awesome British designer & developer Guy Moorhouse made a collection of geometric looping animations. This is what he has to say about the ongoing series: “My one rule is that the animations must start and end on a blank white frame — I kind of like the idea that they come out of nothing and return to nothing.” The average gifs Moorhouse makes, take up to 300 or even 400 frames to complete. So be patient, these babies may need some time to load.

2 kinds of people

There are only 2 kinds of people in this world, those that find this blog hilarious and those that have no sense of humor whatsoever. It’s really that simple. Thanks to an incredible Tumblr from João Rocha, an art director in Lisbon, Portugal, we can see even more examples of totally different types of folks. Called “2 Kinds of People,” the Tumblr is essentially Type A vs. Type B personalities broken down into pretty illustrations.

Electronic Items

Various 90′s devices charmingly rendered in isometric views by Guillaume Kurkdjian, who also produces a Tumblr of weekly animated GIFs. Though they’re focused on very different subject matter, are executed in an entirely different medium, and are animated instead of static, their warm color palettes and understated presentation is just perfect.

Braun x Systems

Without a doubt Braun, under the guidance of the legendary Dieter Rams, with their iconic products, marked a turning point in modern design history. Thirty-four leading graphic designers and studios were invited to produce a poster design as an homage to Braun. Not only does this project beautifully capture the abilities of the contemporary international graphic design scene. It also grasps the spirit of Braun multifariously.

Coen Cast

Portland-based artist Richard Perez started a Tumblr to collect his illustrations of characters from Coen Brothers films. We’re especially drawn to the quiet palettes he’s given each illustration, a detail that is very reminiscent of the films themselves. Be sure to follow along.

Notorious Baldies

Brazilian art director Fernando Perottoni, based in London, has created a series of visually engaging works exploring bald characters from world famous fictions. His illustrations refer to Star Wars, Breaking Bad or The Simpsons.


This set of illustrations freely imagines different types of bike users. ‘Cyclemon’ puts a label on each bike, and drops the right background behind it. Funny and recognizable illustrations by Thomas Pomarelle and Orthonormai.

History of Mac

Bangalore-based Aakash Doshi is a student at the Srsihti School of Art, Design & Technology in Bangalore, India. He has recently created a series of illustrations of Mac computers, chronicling the very first Macs, to the most current one. Every Mac computer so far has been somewhat of a cult classic, so he has featured all of them, and even special ones such as the Twentieth Anniversary Macintosh.

Bisous Les Copains

Guillaume Kurkdjian works in illustration, graphics, photography and animation. His latest project, entitled ‘Bisous les Copains’, is a series of beautifully simple and subtly humorous animated gifs. Guillaume lives and works in Nantes, France.

The Kama Sutra Alphabet

The Kama Sutra Alphabet is a personal project from French born and London based illustrator Malika Favre. In 2011, Malika was commissioned by Paul Buckley at Penguin Books US to illustrate the new Deluxe Classic Cover of the Kama Sutra by Vatsyayana. Using the original set of 7 letters she created for the cover as a starting point, Malika then decided to develop the full set of 26 letters as part of an exhibition project. Each letter is a very limited edition of 25 screenprints, signed and numbered by the artist.

Windows of New York

The Windows of New York project is a weekly illustrated fix for an obsession that has increasingly grown in José Guízar since chance put him in this town. A product of countless steps of journey through the city streets, this is a collection of windows that somehow have caught José’s restless eye out from the never-ending buzz of the city. This project is part an ode to architecture and part a self-challenge to never stop looking up.


Eiko Ojala is a illustrator, graphic designer and art director with over 8 years experience. He lives in Tallinn, Estonia. His interests include paper collage, illustration, graphic design particularly aimed towards books and magazines.

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