Weekly Links 33/2012

Loads of links this week. So many great people and things out there…

  • Frank Kunert creates super realistic and very strange models of public spaces. No Photoshop here!
  • sssquare is an online gallery that sells art in the pay-what-you-want way. Sounds interesting…
  • allink is a young creative agency which is active in web and brand design.
  • Fab 5 is a Belgian photographer who mainly shoots portrais of somewhat extraordinary people and creates kinda surreal pictures through editing them to Photoshop's limits.
  • Neighborwoods are hand-drawn and laser engraved maps made of wood by impressive designer Aymie Spitzer from the Brooklyn-based Hyperakt studio.
  • Area 17 is an interactive agency for a new era of people-technology-brand interaction with locations in New York and Paris. Good stuff!
  • Bekka Palmer is a dreamer, designer, maker, doer. And she does great.
  • Chad from Artistic Fury is a graphic designer and creative visual enthusiast born and raised in Southern California.
  • Fabienne Crot is the Queen of Design and creator of the awesome layout design of the GUSVAV mag.
  • Yatzer is your global online destination for fine and applied arts.
  • Trendsnow is a magazine about design, graphics, fashion and innovation.
  • Laura Laakso is a designer in visual communication. Her work looks really nice.
  • Karine Pfund is another visual communication designer who does great work.
  • And one more: She's Magdalena Budyn Schimpf and her blog is Visual Pudding.
  • Jessica Mbangila, designer, lifestyle addict, flaireuse de tendances, social photographer.
  • Tim Wood takes amazing pictures.
  • Contemporist is a celebration of contemporary culture, focused on architecture, design, art and travel. Amazing stuff!
  • Laurent Nivalle is a great photographer!
  • Daniel Don Chang is a product designer doing some nice work.
  • Andrew Lewicki has some very interesting and extraordinary projects going.
  • Pulssart is Adrien Donot's portfolio. I love how he mixes different techniques to create his masterpieces.

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