“The Khooll” is a digital design & life style magazine. Lifestyle magazine is an umbrella term for popular magazines concerned with lifestyle. There is no universally accepted definition of what constitutes a lifestyle magazine. It is often used to encompass a number of men’s, women’s magazines and magazines about design, health and fitness, tourism, leisure, fashion, decorating, or culture. The concept is chiefly used in reference to a magazine’s tone. So here we go, this is our take on it… Enjoy Responsibly.
PBS is exploring the hidden patterns and rhythms that make America work. They are taking this data and visualizing it in a series being called, “America Revealed.”
Domino’s Pizza’s raw ingredients’ delivery routes in the Northeast
What’ve we got here? A bunch of charts? Yes I think so. These charts were whipped up by designer Toby Ng to display statistics about the world micro-sized down to a population of 100. The statistics are then made visual with some fabulous info-graphics.
Designing has been growing lately, as the image is always in important in any business , so today Tutorart brings you a pack of 35 amazing business cards for your inspiration.
For six months, Olly Moss has been making paper cutouts of his favorite characters from movies, comic books, and more.
Impressive and talented work from the self taught artist Brian Scott from United Kingdom. There are mostly portraits and other images of face details filled with emotions drawn with colored pencils.
Banksy is an England-based graffiti artist. His satirical street art and subversive epigrams combine irreverent dark humor with graffiti done in a distinctive stenciling technique.
You are suddenly aware that your parents didn’t really love you as a child.
Michael Kutsche is an award-winning Conceptual Artist, Illustrator and 3d Artist located in Los Angeles who has worked for the vfx industry since 1998, his experiences reach from art directing and animating commercials and music videos to character design for feature film projects.
SKETCHBOOK : JULY 2009 – MAY 2010