Mud cloths (bogolanfini) are a distinctive fabric made by the Bamana peoples of Mali, West Africa. They are made into men's sleeveless loose tops and women's wrap-around skirts (tafe). Narrow pieces of cotton cloth are produced on treadle looms worked by men. These strips of cloth are then sewn together by hand to create a complete textile which is then resist-dyed.
Gosha Bondarev of Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation, has a few phrases that he uses as his Rules of Success. In fact, that's the name of his latest series on Behance. Made using various mediums — pencils, ink and brushes — these animal illustrations are encouraging rules to live by.
Imagine these as tattoos -Philippines-based designer Kerby Rosanes has been doing intricate artwork with a simple collection of black pens for years now. One of his more recent projects caught our attention though, and it's because of the way it mixes two different styles so well that it might as well be the peanut butter and jelly of illustration. Take a look!