Catching Moonbeams

The moon is a source of constant fascination for a lot of people, us included here at Coolector HQ, and if you’re similarly lunar inclined then you’ll want to turn your attention to this rather awesome looking design project from Toby Ng called Catching Moonbeams that will sate your moon appetite wonderfully well.

This cracking tome from Ng uses the moon to highlight the ephemeral and illusory nature of light, darkness, colours and does so in glorious detail that showcases the moon in a whole new light. Catching Moonbeams focusing on both the so-called “dark side of the moon” and also on what it terms “By the Light of the Silvery Moon” and if you’ve an interest in design and astronomy, then you’ll likely love this design project just as much as us. Check out a few more shots below:

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A visual treat for moon fans, Catching Moonbeams delves into the visual appeal of our lunar neighbour and it was crafted to showcase a new series of black and silver paper by Dunder Miflin Antalis. For anyone who loves great design and our nearest planetary neighbour, then Catching Moonbeams could be just the thing for you.

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Leo is the owner of The Coolector and writes about the stuff he loves. And some stuff that he merely likes.