Concept Art Archive

Sweet Street Art by Natalia Rak

Natalia Rak is a street artist whose ‘territory’ covers most of her native Poland. Her work is mostly large-scare and covers entire walls of buildings. Natalia is a graduate of the Academy of Fine Arts in Lodz and has been a painter before she became a street artist. One of her most famous pieces is […]

Scientific Names – Typography by Kapil Bhagat

Kapil Bhagat is an India-based graphic designer who designed a series of clever typographic posters for Science Day. The minimalistic posters features the names of famous scientists written in such a way that shows their respective achievement or theory. Newton’s name dropped the red apple-like O; Rontgen’s name is a bright white against a stark […]

Shadow Worlds – Installations by Herbert Baglione

Herbert Baglione is a street artist who loves creeping people out. While visiting an abandoned psychiatric hospital in Italy, Baglione grabbed the opportunity to paint his signature shadow people on the walls and floors of the facility as part of his 1000 Shadows project. Similar silhouettes can be found the world over and it doesn’t […]

Illusional Quartet – Installation by Bela Borsodi

Bela Borsodi is the photographer and conceptual designer behind the cover of VLP’s newest album “Terrain”. The album cover is an optical illusion which tricks the mind into seeing four separate divisions. The separation is nothing more than a clever arrangements of the objects. Edges were carefully lined up to delineate between the different areas […]

Awesome Metallic Creatures by DALeast

DALeast is a 29-year-old Chinese artist who currently lives and works in Capetown, South Africa. He has recently been unleashing his talent on unsuspecting walls all over Capetown. His street paintings are huge in scale and can often be hundreds of feet across. DALeast’s signature style is to make his paintings look like thousands of […]

What Do You See? – Experimental Typefaces by Marion Luttenberger

Marion Luttenberger is an Australian designer and photographer. She recently launched a series where she used mundane, everyday objects to create letters, words, and even phrases. She describes her work as a ‘low-budget, handcrafted, conceptual and experimental typography combined with photography’. Marion uses the oddest things in her work. Bacon, for example, was used to […]

Hot Potatoes by Peter Pink

Peter Pink is a German artist who created an amusing series using strategically placed potatoes, cucumbers, and handmade props. Peter likes to describe himself  as a ‘nonsense maker’ and ‘clueless inventor’. His dressed-up veggies can be seen sunbathing in the beach, having a rally outside a fast food chain, and holding a funeral for one […]