June, 2011


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Jun 11

Making of Ralph Lauren 4D Experience

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You might remember my last post about 4D projections, also called Architectural Mapping, 3D Architectural Projections, etc. (HERE) Well, I’ve been doing some research and dealing with a few agencies regarding this awesome advertising medium for an upcoming project - yes, the type of fun projects we all love! And I found this great behind the scenes video of one of the best installations I’ve seen so far, the Ralph Lauren 4D Experience. Check out all the creativity, planning, skill and effort that goes into a project of this magnitude…
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Jun 11

iPhone Photo Printer

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Being that my lovely Canon went nuts on me recently, I have been forced to continue shooting with my wife’s point and shoot and my phone – It is more depressing that you think… I do have to admit that the quality of my phone photos is not too shabby, and today while checking online, I found a cool little gadget called the iPhone Photo Printer by Bolle. Check out some photos and great features after the jump!
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Jun 11

Like Pendant

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The infamous ‘Like’ icon has become part of our daily living and as popular as Lindsay Lohan at rehab clinics. And to celebrate this new social symbol, Lyon based Lysandre Follet created a set of limited edition ‘Like’ pendants available worldwide. Check out some interesting product and process photos after the jump…
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Jun 11

Anatomy of a Computer Virus

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Happy Monday! Check out this lovely infographic vid dissecting the nature and ramifications of Stuxnet, the first weapon made entirely out of code, produced for Australian TV program HungryBeast.
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Jun 11

Lovely Type by Eika Doplupo

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Most of us love type in any shape or form, whether sans, slabs, scripts, you name it… we dissect it, study it and love it! Today I want to share the delicious typographic/lettering/illustration (hard to define) work of talented Moscow based Eika Doplupo. Check out her amazingly detailed and rich custom alphabet as well as typographic work.
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Jun 11

SaltyShadow

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I’ve been working on a few assignments lately in which color, shapes and a constant ‘flow’ have been heavily inspired by beautiful illustrations I’ve found online. China based Shadow Chen, better known as SaltyShadow combines all these characteristics flawlessly! Her style is defined by beautiful bright colors, intricate line combinations and an interesting ‘flow’. Check out her work after the jump!
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Jun 11

TheeBlog Q&A Sessions: Art Streiber

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Today is a special day! I recently posted the amazing work of Art Streiber (here) and today I am extremely proud and static to share a very personal and inspiring interview with this extremely talented Photography legend. Art’s work has been featured in almost every magazine you can think of, he has photographed every celebrity in Hollywood and has worked with all major movie and television networks. Even if you’ve been living under a rock and are not familiar with his name, I am sure you’ll recognize his work from a movie poster, network show or magazine spread. I have always been a huge fan of his work, and having the honor and pleasure of meeting and interviewing him has been an unforgettable experience that I am sure you’ll enjoy as much as I did.
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Jun 11

Stunning Illustrations by Nanami Cowdroy

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There are so many different styles and techniques when it comes to Illustration that it is almost impossible to describe a favorite. I am a fan of every style but have always found monochrome illustrations to be extremely interesting and powerful – I’m sure you’ll agree with me after checking the stunning work of Australian Illustrator Nanami Cowdroy. Her work combines fragile free flowing objects with admirable strokes and ink technique while perfectly combining her Japanese-European heritage. Check out some samples after the jump!
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Jun 11

OFFF Barcelona 2011 Main Titles

Mindblowing main titles by PostPanic for OFFF 2011 in Barcelona, written by Mischa Rozema and Si Scott. These videos keep getting better and better!


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Jun 11

Impressive Portraits by Art Streiber

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There are many impressive and client-rich Photography portfolios out there, but very few have the captivating quality and beauty found n Art Streiber’s book. His client roster is not only impressive, but enviable at the same time and his style, talent and work is world class. Check out some samples of his ‘Portraits’ work after the jump. Oh! and before I forget, I have to credit my lovely wife for today’s post since she’s the one that brought up Art Streiber’s work wondering why it has not been featured yet :)
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Jun 11

20,000 Leagues of Awesomeness

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More Russian design awesomeness! This time, a wonderfully done student project by Moscow based Designer Ivan Maximov featuring the Jules Verne classic ‘20,000 Leagues Under the Sea’. Don’t you wish all opening credits were this awesome?
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Jun 11

A Love Story… In Milk

You may remember my good buddy Danann Breathnach and some of his work I’ve posted a few times HERE. Well today I want to share his latest work for ‘Friends Of The Earth’ featuring a lovely relationship while still delivering an important and strong message. Check it out, I promise It’ll make you smile :) – Thanks for the update Danann and keep up the great work!


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Jun 11

Sucker for Soccer

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What do you get when you combine great design+football/soccer legends? Pure awesomeness! Check out this great collection of retro styled football legends posters by Bosnia and Herzegovina based designer Zoran Lucić. Some great names and lovely personalized designs after the jump…
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Jun 11

Archetypes

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If you’re into Illustration, Design, Animals, Geometric Shapes and Psychology, you will enjoy this series of prints created by Evgeniya Righini-Brand (Brand. Now THAT’S a cool last name clients would love!) graphic designer and photographer, currently living in Moscow and Creative Director and co-founder of Attitude Creative. Archetypes combines all these elements beautifully and the best part… you can download them to your computer or phone as wallpapers.
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Jun 11

Before and After Ronaldo

So true. The one, the only… O Fenomeno. Nice video by Nike.


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Jun 11

Typography Insight

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If you consider yourself a Typophyle you’re going to love this post! Dong Yoon Park, Designer and Creative Technologist recently launched a sweet new app for iPad called Typography Insight, perfect for teaching and learning typefaces! Check it out, share it with friends and buy it today!
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Jun 11

The work of Borja Bonaque

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Borja Bonaque is a Spain based designer and illustrator with an impressive illustration portfolio. His unique and lovely style combines shapes, perspectives and an interesting color palette. But don’t take my word for it, check it out after the jump…
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Jun 11

Day at the races…

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Every now and then I like to switch things up a bit and slip some personal work or fun stuff I like to share with you. And today is one of those days :) I know most of you might be familiar with racing movies like Fast and The Furious and more specific, Tokyo Drift. Well, this past weekend I had the chance to attend the West Palm Beach leg of the Formula Drift 2011 Pro Championship courtesy of Team Falken -which by the way hooked us up with some really nice VIP passes- allowing us to experience this event from a different perspective by meeting drivers, models :) and teams. As always, I took my camera and snapped some photos I wanted to share, so check them out, and if you have a chance to attend one of these events, do it!
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Jun 11

SHIFT

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Lovely experimental short film by Australia based Mirari and directed by Jimmy Yuan. The colors, the editing, the track, the amazing transitions… Simply beautiful.
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Jun 11

Keeping up with ZSO

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It’s been some time since I featured the amazing work of my good friend and extremely cool and talented Sara Blake, and today I want to share some of the cra-zy material she’s been working on lately. Oh, and good news! Sara has finally created a STORE on her site and there’s a few prints available, so visit her site, grab a print and follow her blog for more delicious visual treats.
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Jun 11

Your Scene Sucks

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Hipsters, Posers and just plain weirdos. Rob Dobi captures their spirit and fashion in this collection of entertaining illustrations. Check them out, I can guarantee you’ll find a few friends under different categories like Post Rocker, Emo, Apple Store Indie or Williamsburg Hipster. Ha!
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Jun 11

The Google Story

Do you know the entire Google story? Interesting story by Nick Scott Studio Ltd..


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Jun 11

Stunning Chalk Lettering by Dana Tanamachi

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June already! And what better way to begin this month than with some stunning and inspiring lettering by the über talented Dana Tanamachi! And I don’t mean just any type of lettering. Dana’s beautiful, detailed and intricate pieces are chalk based! I don’t know if you’ve ever tried drawing on a chalkboard (I must admit this got me into some trouble during my school days) but it is not a simple task. At all! Dana’s work has been featured in numerous sites and publications already and I am sure we’ll see more amazing things coming from this talented lady. Check out her work and some bonus process videos…
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Jun 11

Forgotten Dreams

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We all have dreams, but unfortunately, we only get to see/live very few of them. But this is not a bad thing, this is what keeps us moving and constantly motivates us. Alexander Forbes, a South African Financial Planning company decided to connect with potential clients on a more personal way, through the lost world of Forgotten Dreams. Check out this great ad spot and a little ‘Making Of’ bonus video after the jump… Continue reading…;