A beach just north of Malpaís – slices of color picked up and modified from last week’s sketch. This is number 31.
Weekly sketch número 24, on December 24th, aka Noche Buena.
Beautiful layered photography from Irene L. Peu. She’s surprisingly mysterious when you try to track down her info, but images from her Flickr set have been picked up by photo/visual blogs left and right since she was featured on Fubiz earlier this year. Oddly enough, she’s known as “i.Anton” on Flickr… so who knows who this photographer really is? No, seriously, who knows her? Very curious, and we’d love to know more.
Piero Di Biase offers up a diverse range of typographic styles through his traditional typeface design, type experiments, and beyond. We’ve zoned in on his Quadro typeface project, which merges two complimentary grid-based faces to create an overlapping, multi-color typographic presentation. This is a smart typographic approach with color at the conceptual core, and the same idea could be applied across the stylistic spectrum of typeface designs.
Holly Bynoe layers intense color over a dark but vibrant conceptual undercurrent. Coming to us from Saint Vincent and the Grenadines (which is here). This submerged series actually sits on the more electric end of her visual spectrum, so be sure to explore the rest of her work and her world at www.hbynoe.com.