On the spectrum of animals-online, polar opposite of cuteoverload.com and LOLCats would probably be Thomas Wilder‘s new Animals Loose in NYC series. Not that these images are any less to look at—they’re just infinitely more informative. The concept of which Thomas
Marc Jacobs is stamping his brand all over Diet Coke (Coca Cola Light internationally), as their new Creative Director. The beverage brand turns 30 this year. See a sex-ified Jacobs strip down for a photo booth camera in the commercial spot, and check out Jacobs’ signature prints splashed across the Broadway-themed cans.
A little NYC Architecture 101: in 1952, Gordon Bunshaft’s Lever House was completed at 53rd Street and Park Avenue, a twenty-four story tower inspired by Mies van der Rohe’s neighboring, equally beautiful Seagram House, in one of the city’s finest stretches of International Style, Modernist architecture.
For those of you lucky enough to have kids, you have probably experienced many times the delight of a child’s open and receptive, inquisitive mind. Danish childrens’ media expert Anders Morgenthaler, educational expert Helle Fisker, and production company Copenhagen Bombay created this whimsical school learning system for this tender time, called Bubabu, to influence your [...]
Sometimes you don’t need a full team of creatives and pay millions to get your brand ‘cool again’… Graphic designer Ewan Yap, from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia created a series of experimental packaging design based on
It always comes in handy at parties to know how to do cocktails or shots, while we already reviewed these great Cocktail infographic posters (here & here), here is another cool poster designed by Donald Bullach. This time it’s for shots! Enjoy the 30 shots recipes you can now make for your next party! and [...]
Written by Guest Blogger Margherita Visentini Andreas Xenoulis has designed wonderful posters as a peculiar tribute to the Bauhaus: he’s created this work inspired by the typical principles of the “New Typography,” realized in geometric structure, simplicity of the forms and the original Bauhaus colors.