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Designing the Future - Iron Man

Designing the Future - Iron Man

Category: Animation / Motion Graphics,

Posted by: John F
Posted: Jul 22nd 2014
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Check out this amazingly detailed write up about the process behind designing the HUD (Heads Up Display) for the latest Iron Man movie. Jayse Hansen, the designer behind this work, seems to have the best job in the world judging by some of the major movie projects he'...

Elements of Design

Category: Animation / Motion Graphics, Resources / Educational,

Posted by: John F
Posted: Jul 17th 2014
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Oh so this is what I've been talking about all these years ;-) A great animation running through some of the language we use (or should use) as designers to describe, critique or justify our work. ...

Interior Design Through the Decades

Interior Design Through the Decades

Category: Design / Infographics, Design / Interactive,

Posted by: John F
Posted: Jul 8th 2014
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A beautifully illustrated journey through the living rooms of Britain through the decades. ...

Character

Character

Category: Designers/Studios,

Posted by: Alexandra Walder
Posted: Jul 3rd 2014
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I love these guys because of their clean and simple design work. Their website is great too because it clearly explains the processes they go through with each project to get to their end result. The studio is based in San Francisco and they've done branding work for a lot of well known clients including Google, Amazon Nike and Adobe....
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Studio Pounce

Studio Pounce

Category: Designers/Studios,

Posted by: John Donald
Posted: May 27th 2014
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I love the work of Studio Pounce because of their use of illustration, colour and texture. Most of their work is print e.g. invitations, programs, brochures, however they do a bit of everything and have a broad range of clients....
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Homework

Homework

Category: Books, Design / Branding/Identity, Design / Packaging, Design / Print, Designers/Studios,

Posted by: Ali
Posted: Jul 7th 2014
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I recently rediscovered the marvellous Homework whilst looking at their recent work for Summerbird Organic Chocolate. The Danish studio based in picturesque Copenhagan have an abundance of amazing work for some rather famous clients. Working with high fashion brands like Yves Saint Laurent and Commes De Garcon they deliver masterful ...

Gol!

Gol!

Category: Designers/Studios, Events/Exhibitions, Illustration,

Posted by: Ali
Posted: Jul 1st 2014
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Here's one for those of you who love design and football! In a collaboration with Hey for the World Cup 2014, Dave Sedgewick has produced a beautiful book of illustrations to celebrate this years football frenzy in Brazil. The book features a variety of players from t...

The Internet in Real Time

The Internet in Real Time

Category: Design / Infographics,

Posted by: John F
Posted: Jul 1st 2014
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Eric Schmidt (Google) is quoted as saying that the amount of data we currently generate every two days is the same as all the data produced from the dawn of civilisation to 2003 combined. It just boggles the mind. This site captures so...

Game of Thrones gets the 80s TV treatment

Category: Animation / Motion Graphics,

Posted by: John F
Posted: Jun 26th 2014
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OK I promise this is the last Game of Throne post for a while... unless something else awesome comes along then all promises are off. Mikolaj Birek has done this excellent mashup of 80s synth, dodgy titles and grainy video to recreate the Game of Thrones intro for an 80s audience. Gold! Solid Gold! ...

Verena Michelitsch

Verena Michelitsch

Category: Colour, Designers/Studios, Illustration,

Posted by: Ali
Posted: Jun 25th 2014
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I didn't think Verena Michelitsh's work could get any better, until I saw these. In a collaboration with Tobias van Schneider, Michelitsch has created these beautiful illustrations of 'crystal-like shapes'. These crystal shapes which inspired the illustrations were a product of stacking a variety of materials like pa...