I found a post on another blog that showed the scope of the cheer logo. It is interesting to look at everyday products that are designed fairly well.
This fruit art by Dennis Wojtkiewicz is so interesting to look at. It will pull you in so you are looking at a piece of fruit longer than you normally would.
Now here is something to do with a newspaper when the stories bring bad news: newspaper lace. Donna Ruff did just that, and I can only imagine how long it took to do this.
I found an artist who works in a multitude of colors: Jen Stark. Her work is fun, but sometimes hard to look at. This is a lighthearted but also overwhelming experience.
I stumbled upon more street art. Most of it is interesting, and some of it really makes you think.
It is nice to see how the quality of the work is amazing for the most part.
When I stumbled across this street art by David Zinn, I was hooked. His work is playful, and found in unexpected places. The shadows and detail are amazing.
This packaging for tea is simple yet has an almost overwhelming use of color. It actually works well.
I laughed when I saw this image. Yarn bombing is a nice random occurrence sometimes, and this bus is amazing.
This iPhone case is nice to see. The Giving Tree was always one of the poetry books I would read as a kid, so seeing this is nice. Certain illustrations are iconic, and this is one of them.
This gradient calendar is a great alternative to its typical counterparts. It is nice to look at, simple, but interesting with a great concept to uphold.