The Grenade: A Chaotic Visual Poem By We Are Magnolias

We Are Magnolias reached out to Creative Fluff to share their short film The Grenade. I wasn’t sure what to expect when I read the description they sent over: A state of complete disorder. Fragments gain meaning from a magnetic collision. The Grenade is a cosmic explosion of feelings which portray a chaotic and subversive … Continue reading The Grenade: A Chaotic Visual Poem By We Are Magnolias

Amazing Worlds II – Stunning Macro Photography by Pyanek

This week, self taught composer and photography Pyanek invites us with him to explore a world invisible to the naked eye in his series Amazing Worlds II. Amazing World II Stills: Macro photography isn’t exactly new, but the usual gamut of images typically revolves around flowers, insects, and animals. What I appreciate most about Pyanek’s … Continue reading Amazing Worlds II – Stunning Macro Photography by Pyanek

Fonts We Love: Kust by Ieva Mezul / Wild Type

Typeface design is a field which has always had my respect. You spend hours laboring over the perfect baseline, loops, bowls, shoulders, stems, brackets, and descenders to create something that can be used across a variety of mediums including print, cinema, and the web. It’s no surprise that certain typefaces can cost upwards a thousand … Continue reading Fonts We Love: Kust by Ieva Mezul / Wild Type

The Amazing Animals of Illustrator Rade Tepavčević

Playing with brushes, simple color palettes, and nature’s fuzziest, artist Rade Tepavčević has created a wonderland of memorable forest animals. While not part of any particular series, his work below highlights how imagination can take simple parts and turn them into a stunning whole. The artist from Vrbas, Serbia presents work that taps into illustrations … Continue reading The Amazing Animals of Illustrator Rade Tepavčević

An Interview with Picture Perfect Painter, Lauren Elyse

“Talent finds a way” is the artistic slant on the famous quote from Jeff Goldblum’s character in the classic movie Jurassic Park. A common thread among artists that CreativeFluff interviews is that regardless if a child has formal creative training, or is forced to cobble together scraps of this and that to build something from … Continue reading An Interview with Picture Perfect Painter, Lauren Elyse

12 Days of Video Game Reviews: Jotun

Beautiful games are not always good games and good games are not always beautiful. Finding the right mix of aesthetics, game mechanics, and story-telling is what keeps me up at night (on Steam) and when I find a good mix of all three I like to shout it from my digital rooftop. I’m happy to … Continue reading 12 Days of Video Game Reviews: Jotun