Posts Tagged ‘street art’

4-Story Street Art Mural Of A Dog Diving Underwater Unveiled In Belgium

August 7th, 2014 by Dovilas | No Comments | Filed in Design

Belgium-based street artist Bart Smeets (a.k.a. Smates) has created a beautiful and realistic mural depicting a larger-than-life diving dog that looks like it’s having the time of its life.

The 4-story mural, located on the side of a building in Mechelen, Belgium, is brimming with joy and enthusiasm. The image feels like a fresh splash of water on the face, which seems especially refreshing given its boring urban surroundings.

I wonder if his mural was inspired by Seth Casteel’s awesome underwater dog photography – certainly looks like it could have been!

UPDATE: It turns out that this mural was actually based on this awesome photo by Karen Dillabough.

More info: smates.be | Facebook (h/t: colossal, streetartnews)

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4-Story Street Art Mural Of A Dog Diving Underwater Unveiled In Belgium originally appeared on Bored Panda on August 7, 2014.

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Polish Artist Covers City Streets In Intricate Lace Patterns

July 30th, 2014 by Dovilas | No Comments | Filed in Design

Just because street art is a relatively modern development doesn’t mean that it should only feature modern artistic styles. NeSpoon, a street artist in Poland, creates beautiful pieces of street art that imitate intricate traditional lacework.

Nespoon doesn’t limit herself to just spray paint and stencils, either (as fantastic as they are). For some pieces, she has filled sidewalk cracks with cement that she then decorated with her elegant designs. For others, she has created webs of actual crocheted lace doilies in public spaces. Her art is proof that almost any sort of artistic medium can be brought into public spaces through street art.

More info: Behance (h/t: colossal, unurth)

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Polish Artist Covers City Streets In Intricate Lace Patterns originally appeared on Bored Panda on July 30, 2014.

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Clever Urban Art On Railroad Tracks By Artur Bordalo

July 25th, 2014 by Julija | No Comments | Filed in Design

Trains and railroad tunnels have always been popular canvases for street artists, but this work by Portugese artist Artur Bordalo is probably the first time we’ve seen street art done on the tracks themselves.

Railroad tracks serve as canvases for Bordalo’s clever street art pieces. He started drawing on railways earlier this year in various locations throughout Portugal, incorporating the tracks’ strong horizontal lines into the compositions of his works.

If you want more creative street art, be sure to check out our post about street art that interacts with nature.

More info: bordalosegundo.com| Facebook (h/t: colossal)

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Clever Urban Art On Railroad Tracks By Artur Bordalo originally appeared on Bored Panda on July 25, 2014.

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30 Pieces Of Street Art That Cleverly Interact With Nature

July 12th, 2014 by Skirmant? | No Comments | Filed in Design

Urbanism and nature do not always get along well, but when they do, the collaboration may create something really special and unique. We’re talking about street artists who incorporate elements of nature into their graffiti, turning 2D paintings into amazing 3D installations.

In these cases not every wall or pavement could be turned into street art: the artist has to search for the perfect spot, knowing that the elements of nature are not permanent, so the piece can’t remain for long. However, the struggle is worth it – these pieces really turn heads and amuse passersby more than most of other forms of street art.

For more of interactive street art be sure to check out 28 Pieces Of Street Art That Cleverly Interact With Their Surroundings.

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Image credits: David Zinn

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Image credits: Aakash Nihalani

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Source: ljpoisk.ru

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Image credits: Ernest Zacharevic

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30 Pieces Of Street Art That Cleverly Interact With Nature originally appeared on Bored Panda on July 12, 2014.

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Hundreds of Umbrellas Once Again Float Above The Streets in Portugal

July 11th, 2014 by Lina | No Comments | Filed in Design

Every July, as part of Ágitagueda art festival, hundreds of umbrellas are hung over promenades in the streets of Águeda, a municipality in Portugal. The beautiful tradition started only 3 years ago, but has already earned world fame for the place.

The installation not only adds a vibrant splash of color to the otherwise plain streets, but also creates a much needed shade from the heat.

We collected some photos from the lucky tourists and residents of Águeda for you to enjoy. If you plan traveling to Portugal in July, make sure to stop by!

(h/t)

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Image credits: Fanfare Ciocarlia

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Image credits: Marilyn Marques

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Image credits: Antonio Sardinha

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Hundreds of Umbrellas Once Again Float Above The Streets in Portugal originally appeared on Bored Panda on July 11, 2014.

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NEW Chalk-Drawn Adventures of Sluggo by David Zinn

July 7th, 2014 by Skirmant? | No Comments | Filed in Design

Do you remember Sluggo, a bright green inhabitant of Ann Arbor, Michigan, we wrote about almost two years ago? Chalk-drawn by a local artist David Zinn, this little fellow has been playing on the streets, peeking out of wall cracks, riding snow waves, and putting smiles on passers-by ever since he first appeared in 2008.

Self-taught David Zinn uses simple colored chalks and always improvises on location “while simultaneously sneaking “pointless” art into the world at large.” Besides drawing, Zinn has taught creative writing and scenic painting, performed in and directed several operas, recorded audiobooks, and hosted children’s radio shows.

Without further ado, let’s see what Sluggo has recently been up to!

More info: zinnart.com | Facebook

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Also see Chalk-Drawn Adventures of Sluggo by David Zinn (Part I)

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NEW Chalk-Drawn Adventures of Sluggo by David Zinn originally appeared on Bored Panda on July 7, 2014.

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25 Of The Most Creative Sculptures And Statues From Around The World

July 5th, 2014 by Lina | No Comments | Filed in Design

Our cities are full of majestic monuments, stunning sculptures and artistic statues, each having a story to tell. Thousands of them have been made but only a few of them are really extraordinary and picture-worthy. That’s why our readers set out to find the world’s most creative statues and sculptures, which add color and emotion to the most boring areas of the cities.

For the last two weeks, bored pandas from around the globe have been submitting their pictures of the best sculptures here. We have received more than 160 pictures and hundreds of votes which resulted in this awesome list. We added a couple of our own pictures, and made the final list of the most creative sculptures and statues from around the world.

Did we miss any? Feel free to submit pictures by pressing “add image” button below the article!

1. Mustangs By Robert Glen, Las Colinas, Texas, USA

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Image credits: mustangsoflascolinas.com

2. Expansion by Paige Bradley, New York, USA

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Image credits: Anastasia Tank

3. The Monument Of An Anonymous Passerby, Wroclaw, Poland

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Image credits: Anonymous Panda

4. Salmon Sculpture, Portland, Oregon, USA

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Image credits: Ava Hirschsohn

5. People Of The River By Chong Fah Cheong, Singapore

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Image credits: gaartu.livejournal.com

6. The Shoes On The Danube Bank by Can Togay & Gyula Pauer, Budapest, Hungary

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Image credits: Nikodem Nijaki

7. The Knotted Gun, Turtle Bay, New York, USA

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Image credits: dailyphotostream.blogspot.com

8. Break Through From Your Mold By Zenos Frudakis, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

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Image credits: Julija K.

9. Black Ghost, Klaipeda, Lithuania

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Image credits: panoramio.com

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10. Les Voyageurs, Marseilles, France

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Image credits: Bruno Catalano

11. Nelson Mandela, South Africa

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Image credits: marcocianfanelli.com

12. De Vaartkapoen, Brussels, Belgium

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Image credits: panoramio.com

13. Cattle Drive, Dallas, Texas, USA

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14. Spider, Tate Modern, London, UK

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15. Hippo Sculptures, Taipei, Taiwan

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16. Sinking Building Outside State Library, Melbourne, Australia

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Image credits: Anonymous Panda

17. Iguana Park, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

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Image credits: Sanchez Herrero

18. Man At Work, Bratislava, Slovakia

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Image credits: Lukas Jaborka

19. Mihai Eminescu, Onesti, Romania

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Image credits: Dan Dima

20. A Scene From The World War With Real-Size Statues, Eceabat, Turkey

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Image credits: Ionut Naidin

21. Man Hanging Out, Prague, Czech Republic

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Image credits: civicartsproject.com

22. Kelpies, Grangemouth, UK

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Image credits: Andrew Milligan

23. Rundle Mall Pigs, Adelaide, Australia

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24. The Unknown Official, Reykjavik, Iceland

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Image credits: geoffdeburca

25. The Shark, Oxford, UK

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25 Of The Most Creative Sculptures And Statues From Around The World originally appeared on Bored Panda on July 5, 2014.

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Art Students Transform Ugly Electrical Tower Into Colorful Lighthouse

July 3rd, 2014 by Julija | No Comments | Filed in Design

Three art students in Germany have come up with a novel way to beautify ordinarily ugly urban environments. They turned a common electric tower into a makeshift stained glass lighthouse.

The change was simple but effective. Ail Hwang, Hae-Ryaan Jeon and Ghung Ki Park, students at Klasse Löbbert in Münster, Germany, filled the gaps in the tower’s struts with panels of colored acrylic plastic, turning it into a dazzlingly colorful structure. It’s not quite as detailed and beautiful as true stained glass, but it is nonetheless a great approach for decorating an otherwise ugly structure. The resulting work is called Leuchtturm, or “lighthouse” in German.

Source: klasseloebert.com (h/t: colossal)

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Art Students Transform Ugly Electrical Tower Into Colorful Lighthouse originally appeared on Bored Panda on July 3, 2014.

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28 Pieces Of Street Art That Cleverly Interact With Their Surroundings

May 20th, 2014 by Lina | No Comments | Filed in Design

Street art is usually meant to disrupt its environment and to capture our attention, but the artists on this list practice a special technique that makes their artist even more eye-catching and playful – they tailor their art to its surroundings so that their (usually) 2D paintings seem to interact with their 3D surroundings.

It would seem to me like the most difficult part of creating works like these might be the fact that each must be created for a specific site or even temporary circumstance. You can’t just paint a stencil or art piece wherever you find a good spot. Their ability to think of these wonderful pieces also speaks to these artists’ wild imaginations – where we see a vine and a brick wall or a railing, these artists see the opportunity to create something that will make us think or make us smile.

There are artists who make work like this their MO. Oak Oak, Banksy, and Ernestas Zacharevičius are just a few examples of artists who regularly create awesome “interactive” street art – interactive in the sense that it interacts directly with its environment and somewhat less directly with us, the observers.

Street artists aren’t the only ones who realize the value behind artwork that interacts with its surroundings – these brilliant ambient advertisements were also designed with this goal in mind.

Have you noticed a piece of street art in your neighborhood that cleverly uses its surroundings? If so, be sure to submit it at the bottom of this post!

Face Of The City, Toronto, Canada

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Image credits: fauxreel

The Legend of Giants, Białystok, Poland

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Image credits: Natalia Rak

World Going Down The Drain, Spain

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Image credits: pejac

Calvin & Hobbes, France

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Image credits: Oak Oak

Satellite Dishes, Birmingham, UK

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Image credits: Davyd Samuels

Bruce Lee, Saint Etienne, France

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Image credits: Oak Oak

Sluggo On The Street

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Image credits: David Zinn

UK Flags, London, UK

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Image credits: banksy

Pom Pom Girl

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Image credits: Sandrine Boulet

Spiderman, France

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Image credits: Oak Oak

Cigarro

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Image credits: 6emeia.com

 

La Caravane Passe, France

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Image credits: Oak Oak

Girl, George Town, Malaysia

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Image credits: Ernest Zacharevich

Bird, Athens, Greece

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Image credits: WD.street.art

Scream, France

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Image credits: Oak Oak

Calvin & Hobbes, France

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Image credits: Oak Oak

 

Seeder, Kaunas, Lithuania

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Image credits: morfai

Lost Eye, France

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Image credits: Oak Oak

Bush, London, UK

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Image credits: banksy

Sideshow Bob, France

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Image credits: Oak Oak

Sum Times

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Image credits: Aakash Nihalani

Ostrich, Rome, Italy

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Image credits: Pao

Bicycle, George Town, Malaysia

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Image credits: Ernest Zacharevich

Shining, France

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Image credits: Oak Oak

Hair, Fort De France, Martinique

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Image credits: Nuxuno Xän

Kenny, France

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Image credits: memeirl

Glasses, Russia

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Image credits: P183

 The Straw

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Image credits: mentalgassi

28 Pieces Of Street Art That Cleverly Interact With Their Surroundings originally appeared on Bored Panda on May 20, 2014.

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20 Of The Best Cities To See Street Art

May 14th, 2014 by Lina | No Comments | Filed in Design

We see a lot of street art posts on Bored Panda, but where is the best street art actually made? Where can we see it? To answer these questions, we collected a list of some (not all!) of the best cities in the world to see street art in.

On the surface, there’s only one thing linking all of these cities – their residents (and the travelling star street artists that visit) have a propensity for decorating their surroundings with big, beautiful, and only sometimes legal works of art. But what does it take for a city to have a vibrant street art community?

It takes buildings to paint on, for one. Street art sometimes seems to feed on an artist’s desire to fight the oppressive brick and concrete walls that surround them on all sides, so the buildings they paint on are at once canvases and catalysts for their rebellion. The city also needs to have a thriving community of underground artists who are itching to communicate their artistic and philosophical ideas to as many people as they can.

As more and more major cities around the world receive positive attention for the underground art decorating their streets, perhaps those cities’ governments will start to rethink the laws they’ve put in place to stifle street artists’ opportunities.

At the bottom of this post, you can submit your own images of awesome street art from your city. Show us what your city has got!

New York City, U.S.A.

Image credits: Eduardo Kobra

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Image credits: JR & Liu Bolin

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Image credits: Timothy Saccenti

Lodz, Poland

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Image credits: Etam Cru

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Image credits: ROA

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Image credits: Etam Cru

Valparaiso, Chile

Image credits: oueduabroad.wordpress.com

Image credits: Jean-BaptisteYunis

Mexico City, Mexico

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Image credits: ROA

Prague, Czech Republic

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Image credits: Adam Jones

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Image credits: fra-biancoshock.org

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Image credits: BLU

Image credits: Honet

London, United Kingdom

Image credits: DALeast

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Image credits: Alexis Diaz

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Image credits: David Walker

São Paulo, Brazil

Image credits: l7m

Image credits: Eduardo Kobra

Image credits: 6emeia

Paris, France

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Image credits: unknown

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Image credits: Seth

Melbourne, Australia

Image credits: herakut

Image credits: ajhaysom

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 Berlin, Germany

Image credits: mentalgassi

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Image credits: BLU

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Image credits: JR

Cape Town, South Africa

Image credits: interesnikazki

Image credits: faith47

Moscow, Russia

Image credits: Agostino Iacurci

Image credits: Alexandre Farto

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Image credits: c215

Bethlehem, West Bank

Image credits: Lois Stavsky

Image credits: banksy

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Image credits: jr-art.net

Image credits: favelapainting

Istanbul, Turkey

Image credits: Franko Fasoli

Image credits: DHA

Bogotá, Colombia

Image credits: Entes&Pesimo

Image credits: Bogota Sreet Art

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Bristol, United Kingdom

Image credits: ROA

Image credits: DALeast

Santiago, Chile

Image credits:  CHARQUIPUNK – LAROBOTDEMADERA

Image credits: Jano y Basti

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Image credits: Martin Ron

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Image credits: Martin Ron

Lisbon, Portugal

Image credits: sam3

Image credits: Os Gémeos

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Image credits:  Os Gémeos & BLU

20 Of The Best Cities To See Street Art originally appeared on Bored Panda on May 14, 2014.

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    It was in the back corner of McDonalds with a couple of hours to wait for a train home to Norwich, that theDot first came together. Freshly inspired by a weekend at the 4designers conference in London and having traipsed around museums and exhibitions all day, three minds came together over chicken burgers and chips.

    The three are currently studying Graphic Communication at Norwich University College of the Arts, where they delve into advertising, corporate branding, design for publishing, photography, illustration and so on. All confident in their skills, but continuing on their learning journey.

    We are a new design group hoping to achieve great things

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