The best of DesignFaves.com, April 2014
For designers passionate about the latest developments across the full spectrum of visual design, there’s a brand new site that features some of the most exciting, innovative and inspiring design projects taking place today. Every day our sister-site, DesignFaves.com, trawls the web seeking out the projects with the most buzz surrounding them and delivers a compact, visual summary right to your inbox.
Focused on all fields of design, you’ll find graphic design, art, architecture, furniture design, fashion, branding, photography, and everything else that’s visual and engaging.
You can sign up for the newsletter and get your daily dose of design inspiration each morning, or browse through the site when you’re feeling tapped for new ideas. Whoever you are, and whatever you love, you’ll find fresh projects on DesignFaves.com.
Every month we’ll be bringing you a summary of the best the site has to offer, here are our favorite projects from April:
17 retro posters illustrating memorable classic film sets
Sound absorbing wall art mutes the neighbors while making your home beautiful
This one bizarre invention could revolutionize the way we heal
10-second teasers of “Extant” have me itching for Summer. Halle Berry is going to rock this
Finding music in nature? This record player plays the “sound” of tree rings
It’s hard to believe this tilted cube house is a comfortable to live in!
15 animators united to build this animated film made entirely from post-it notes
Brilliant trophies based on NYC buildings. Collect a bunch to build a skyline!
9 illustrations of your favorite Coen Brothers’ film characters
The Arctic landscape seen through the filter of a discontinued infrared film
Manmade rainbows stretch across interior spaces. You will never believe how these are created!
8 superheroes doing ordinary things. Wait… Batman brushes his teeth?
‘The Disappearing Face of New York’ documents storefronts then-and-now
Small drone in NYC gives a new fly-by perspective to the massive city
Clever street artists erase parts of London into Photoshop nothingness