Archive for the ‘Trends’ Category

Printing your Mini-me

Here at ImageZoo we are always interested in new digital media and this one is super fun! This amazing technology takes photo booths to a whole new level. Instead of stepping into a photo booth and getting photographs, you get a tiny 3D version of yourself. The photo booth is located in Japan and will stay [...]

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Quilled Paper Art by Lisa Nilsson

Lisa Nilsson creates amazingly intricate anatomical cross sections of the human body out of quilled paper in her collection called “Tissue Series” (found via Colossal). The art of quilled paper involves shaping and rolling strips of paper to create an image. To see more of her work, click here.

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Poster Love

Oh how I love these WPA posters, created between 1936-1943. See the full collection on the Library of Congress website here.  

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Jump from Paper Handbags

Wait a minute, are these drawings or real hand bags? Well, technically they are both. Have a look here so you can see what I’m talking about (found via Design Milk). The handbags, made by Tapei-based designers Chay Su and Rika Lin, are the real deal made to look like two dimensional illustrations but are [...]

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Orange You Glad Tangerine Tango is the Color of the Year?

Pantone announced that Tangerine Tango is the Color of the Year for 2012. We love you Honeysuckle, but see ya later! In celebration, here is a roundup of some ImageZoo images that feature tangerine-esque colors (otherwise known as orange). “Deer” by Isaac Montemayor “A black cat on an orange chair” by Teresa Woo Murray “A businessman running on [...]

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