Meet the woman who designs every telegram, newspaper, bank note, Nazi business card and prison escape map for Wes Anderson's films.

The Captured Project

Monday July 08, 2019

The Captured Project asks people in prison to draw the people they think should be in prison. What does it say that most of their portraits are of CEOs and football administrators?

The boring world of trucks, depots and warehouses takes a very not-boring turn in Alex Lysakowski’s hands.

This artist is creating glitchy, pixelated versions of century-old classics, using watercolours instead of computers.

Artist Alvaro Naddeo’s dystopian shelters and vehicles are only watercolour drawings for now, but we’re probably going to need the blueprints real soon.

This isn’t your grandfather’s model village.

These (eerily realistic paintings of) signs are like a box of chocolates: you never know what you’re gonna get.

See the globe lit up with a constellation of green dots, each a radio station you can tune into from the comfort of your browser.

From Fargo and The Breakfast Club, pop culture fiend and cartographer Andrew DeGraff has created a series of “movie maps” that bring to life the plots of 35 films.