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This is a mock ad campaign for the US Department of Education. Our demographic was young adults, specifically graduating high school seniors – Our goal was to build an ad campaign encouraging them to enroll in higher education or university. We wanted to use modern/living public figures with integrity, who were known for their skill/craft and respected outside their public status.
This was a traditional marketing campaign which would be implemented though highway billboard signs, thus we wanted large vibrant imagery mixed with a simple message. We realized that our “impact time” was limited, thus our emphasis on typography + color + short language. Please click on each image for a larger version and we hope you enjoy.
Massimo Carnevale has created some absolutely amazing movie posters and movie art that is not to be missed. Taking moments not traditionally used for movie marketing but classics when remembering specific cinematic favorites, the art is breathtaking – full gallery and source after the break.
A timelapse of the construction of Maersk Line’s very first Triple-E vessel at the DSME shipyard in Okpo, Korea. The timelapse was produced by Discovery Channel and Maersk, and it consists of 50,000 photos taken over 3 months. Read more about Maersk Line’s Triple-E vessels here: worldslargestship.com
BAGGU® makes simple, high quality bags in many bright colors. They’re durable and fill many uses so you can own less stuff.
In the search to do my part in reducing my footprint on this blue dot, I might have found the perfect fit. Baggu is a New York based company producing everyday bags for everyday tasks.
Source: Jonathan Viner
Glenn Jones is a freelance graphic designer and illustrator from Auckland, New Zealand. ‘GLENN’ from ‘NZ’ = GLENNZ. GLENNZ was his username on T-shirt design site Threadless.com, which is where this all started. Because that’s the nickname alot of people associate his work with, it made sense to carry on using it when GLENNZ TEES was founded…
Oftentimes, when watching a film or movie, we don’t notice the nuances - at least I dont but one cleaver artist named Claire Hummel has done the unthinkable. Looking back through the ages, she went and re-drew all the famous Disney princesses with authentic clothing – gallery after the break.
We’ve wanted to do a pinup shoot for a long time, but we also wanted to make it stand out from all of the other pinup photos out there by adding a concept to it. While looking through images of classic pinups, we realized that the technology from that era has all been rolled into one device, the smartphone. This sparked the idea for a concept showing the contrast between then and now with some beautiful pinups.
Note: Put the video in full screen and read the letters that appear. Once the video ends, look at your keyboard or the wall. Don’t worry, effects wear off after a minute or two….
This body of glass work has been developed since 2004. Made to contemplate the global impact of each disease, the artworks were created as alternative representations of viruses to the artificially coloured imagery we receive through the media. In fact, viruses have no colour as they are smaller than the wavelength of light. By extracting the colour from the imagery and creating jewel like beautiful sculptures in glass, a complex tension has arisen between the artworks’ beauty and what they represent.
For the times where a spoon just won’t do, Yanko Designs brings us the “SlingHot” – yea, seriously that is its name. With a simple pull of the string, that irritatingly bitter tea bag is lifted and stored away – allowing you to enjoy your tea. Personally, it’s not my cup of tea!
Marta Klonowska was born in Warsaw in 1964. She currently lives and works in Düsseldorf. Already during her studies at the Academy of Fine Arts in Wroclaw, Poland, and later at that of Düsseldorf, glass had become her preferred artistic medium. Today she is known for her numerous canine sculptures that depict the four-legged companions of important historical figures, capturing their natural poses in colored glass.
The vast majority of current e-bikes are still 100+ year old designs converted somehow to electric, and you can tell it just by looking at them; to most people they still are almost the same, odd mix of tubes and wires and the extra electric hardware adds up in quite a clumsy way. Even the sleekest looking ones, are mainly traditional designs dressed up in iRobot clothes. Our lifestyles and needs have dramatically changed since the late 19th century and these structures today are unnecessarily complicated and not really up to the task of offering the simplified looks and most importantly the extra functionality required in our digital age…
…short film about a not so distant future, where extreme overpopulation has become a global crises. The population growth has reached a critical tipping point and there’s food and water shortages all around the world. The story revolves around a “Food Replicator”, or a so called molecular assembler, a device that can rearrange subatomic particles and guide chemical reactions with atomic precision. In an attempt to prevent mass starvation, this device is used to synthesize nutritions with the ability to self-replicate. But during the initial tests something goes wrong and out-of-control self-replicating compounds starts to spread, consuming all matter while building more copies of them selves…
Patient research work involving more than 5 thousand photographs resulted in a 1 minute film that AlmapBBDO created to advertise Getty Images, the world leading image database for creating and distributing visual contents…
GAPA/BS is the Baixada Santista’s AIDS Prevention Support Group. Baixada Santista is where the main port in Brazil and in Latin America is located, the Port of Santos. These are just the first steps of a really cool project to fight AIDS that we launched in Brazil. It is the BE PURE project. A nice project that put together more than 10 artist from all around the world like Gary Baseman, Alberto Cerriteño and Niark1, to bring back purity on everybody.
Google is know for messing around with their home page, often placing pictures in celebration of something/someone or little snippets of code, like the Moog Doodle pictured above. The best part about the Google Moog doodle is that it’s an actual working synthesizer and wouldn’t you know it, Brett Domino took full advantage by covering Daft Punk’s Aerodynamic – oh how I love you internet!
While highly unlikely, Isaac Royo’s iPhone 5 concept is interesting and while many might love the 360 speaker grill – I think Mr. Ive might not be down with it and Steve would have said: ” Isaac, you blew it!”
Big. A film about glass blowing and the difficulties of creating very large glass pieces.