French Fashion Designer, Coco Chanel said it best, "Fashion is not something that exists in dresses only. Fashion is in the sky, in the street, fashion has to do with ideas, the way we live, what is happening." Fashion is Art.
Protecting your work as an artist is one of the most important things you can do to ensure your creative livelihood. Understanding “copyrights” and taking the steps necessary to protect them can save you a lot of grief in the future. You don't
Character design can be a tricky beast to tackle. The simplicity of a beautifully formed character belies the many hours of creative process and work that went into its development. A layering of creative decisions takes place with a lot to consider.
Creatives throughout history have created visionary works that transcend time; paintings, photographs, writings, sketches, sculptures, and designs that have become significant parts of our identifies and cultures. Their insight into the creative process
With the help of advertising agency Publicis Pixelpark , German organization Innocence in Danger , has made it their goal to end child abuse.
Called “ Some touches never leave ”, they've created a Global Movement for Children's protection
Classic novels can be pretty overwhelming, not least because they're often rather long.
But thanks to Cartoonist John Atkinson , they can now be read in a matter of seconds. John has kindly reduced these great books to just a handful of words in
The cool kids always rode Vespa Scooters. It's always been that way; an unwritten right-of-passage into coolness. It's probably that European sense of rebel chic, "I don't follow other people's rules, so F**ck off," that Vepsa
Each week, StudioVox selects a photographer, artist or designer from our community whose work inspires us creatively. Whether for its beauty, detail, or the story behind the work, StudioVox features artists we love that we think you'll enjoy too.
Artist Emmanuelle Moureaux has filled an exhibition hall with 100 shades of colors to create an ethereal, forest. This stunning display was created for the presentation of the Wood Furniture Japan Award 2016 in Tokyo.
Thousands of small branches dangle
Designer Tony Buckland of Minneapolis based " mono " has reinterpreted our feathered friends to their bare minimum in his ‘Birds of Minnesota’ series. The illustrative collection includes over two dozen birds all found within the
If you’re fan of punk, you need to check out the work of Bern the White House , a shop that designs punk t-shirts, stickers, and buttons with a twist: Classic punk rock iconography with a Bernie Sanders makeover.
The creators are Mark Mendez
Preschool children aged three and four have created designs for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. The original logo for the Olympics was scrapped over a plagiarism conflict earlier this year, and the design has since been put out to an open crowdsourced competition
Working with knives, tweezers and surgical tools, New York artist, Brian Dettmer brings the best of beloved books and antiquated media to the surface. Carving one page at a time, he exposes each layer while cutting around ideas and images of interest
Everyone agrees, ads are typically annoying. Occasionally however, ads can make a powerful statement. The following ads have been designed by creative thinkers who have taken a serious subject and found the perfect balance of visual irony and combined
Chinese contemporary artist and activist, Ai Weiwei wants you to get in touch with your inner child and has created fantastical sculptures out of bamboo and paper to help you do that.
Weiwei created these massive pieces for Le Bon Marche, the iconic
Artist Simon Beck creates enormous works of snow art that look like giant wintry snowflakes. The meticulous and gorgeous snow patterns are made entirely by foot—Beck creates them while he walks across the terrain in briquette snow shoes.
Distractify has taken your favorite children's books and corrupted them. The sweet innocent titles you loved as a child have been updated with a modern twist. The Very Hungry Caterpillar is no more. It's now The Hangry AF Caterpillar, while Dr
Hello dog lovers. We've found your sweet spot - Dog Superheros. All your favorite furry friends conquering the world and saving us from bad guys. You knew they could do it!
These courageous canines are the delightful creation of artist Josh Lynch
Every artist has their preferred medium, but not many choose icicles.
Designer, Brent Christensen adores ice and has built a spectacular ice castle, featuring a waterfall, a throne room, a tunnel maze and a tubular ice slide in the frosty northern city
Designer, Stelios Mousarris calls it the ‘Wave Coffee Table’ but this world bending design was clearly inspired by the movie ‘Inception’.
Just like those scenes in the film, this table rolls up an an entire cityscape inside its