Scott Wise is a designer/developer from Toronto, Canada and he seems like he gets bored pretty easily. Why is that? Because he’s got not one but two portfolios, a business side and an artsy side. I’m focusing more on his artsy side, one project in particular called Feathers: A Study of Form and Habitat. It’s a simple but beautifully executed idea. He made simple shapes of birds, vaguely inspired by Charley Harper, and filled them with a natural texture, giving the birds the feeling of life and movement. Not too fancy, but still really enjoyable to look at. Be sure to take a peak at the rest of his portfolio as well, he’s got some really great ideas.