Art print by Banquet, an atelier based in Canada. It’s printed in a brilliant orange on white 250 gram paper with a deckled edge.
Awesome photocollages in black and white with gold texture created by Congo Studio. Only 300 available (numbered).
A typographic poster with a nice advice.
This beautiful poster is a reproduction of an iconic cover of The New Yorker Magazine from 1976. If you look the illustration close enough, you will understand why it’s called “View of the World from 9th Avenue”. :)
We are on fire thinking about our new year resolutions! We are sure we will travel a lot this year. Maybe to Monaco? Nous ne savons pas… yet! LOL
As you may know, an F1 Grand Prix takes place every year in the streets of Monaco. The first race was celebrated in 1929. That’s why we can enjoy vintage poster like this one.
Image: The Apartament Therapy and Pinterest.
February is here. It has fewer days than any other month, but it’s full of interesting events: Carnival, Saint Valentine’s Day and also my birthday! Yahoooo! Since I have a lot of friends who also celebrate their birthday on February, I was thinking about some cool gifts for them. I did a quick search on Etsy and I found an awesome creator: Vivienne Strauss.
As we can see in her collages, she is an admirer of classic films and literature, like Dorothy Parker and John Cheever (I love Bullet Park!), but she has created her own visual world.
I am sure you’ve snapped a lot of photos during your last summer holiday. Today we approach you with some interesting inspiration to hang on your wall. Look how cool these casual pictures look! Together they create an special atmosphere.
So, do you dare to do anything similar with your photos? I am sure you could make a creative corner on your home or workspace.
To print your photos in a large format, we recommend that you visit this shop.
Images: Design sponge; Factory chic; My Paradissi; Wit and Delight
Ryan McArthur is the man behind Design Different, an art studio based in Toronto. Ryan creates unique posters using inspirational quotes and powerful black and white shapes.
Sublimë is curated with love by Samu Parra and Zahara Fornieles.