We all have favorite TV shows, and as a visual type of guy, I know I am not alone when I say that we would always pay extra attention to the opening titles, animation, music, etc. Don’t believe me? Just play “I’ll be there for you” by The Rembrandts, and everyone around you will be dropping FRIENDS’ quotes within minutes. FXX’s new show, “Man Seeking Woman” recently dropped beautiful, different and interesting opening titles based on minimalist line illustrations that you have to check out. I mean, this is great news for TV – More Design is always good! In the sequence, symbols of ordinary dating life mix with over-the-top, genre-spanning imagery, reflecting the unique narrative device used in the series.
William Amer is a letterpress printer and instructor based in New South Wales, Australia who learned the beautiful art and craft of letterpress at a very young age when his father moved to Australia in 1955. What’s even better, he still operates his amazing machinery and teaches the craft to young students in order to keep this art alive. The great folks at Of Two Lands visited William and produced a lovely short documentary that will surely inspire you and make you smile. Enjoy!
When it comes to fashion and editorial work, the range of constant creativity is something that always impresses me. Think about it, just when you think you’ve seen it all, a Photographer comes along with an idea or a little something that either shocks, inspires or enamors us. Italian Photographer Giampaolo Sgura recently created a lovely photo series for Vogue Paris. The series features real models, dressed up in different luxury fashion brands and packaged as dolls. Check out the series after the jump, and enjoy its impressive amount of detail and execution.