Minimal typography posters for film and TV

see more @ http://www.juxtapoz.com/Current/minimal-typography-posters-by-patrik-svensson Advertisements

A Clothespin in Belgium

Built for the Festival of the Five Seasons in Chaudfontaine Park, which lies on the outskirts of Liege, Belgium this giant clothespin sculpture appears to be holding onto a dirt mound underneath grass, generated a bit of attention across the web. It was made for the Festival of the Five Seasons. Designed by Turkish artist, … Continue reading

Walk In Sculpture of Discarded Computer Parts by Marek Tomasik

The Polish sculptor Marek Tomasik just created this massive, rectangular, walk-in sculpture its made up from several thousand discarded computer parts. The piece is called, “Sometimes You Have To Be Open.” This can be found in a 14th-century castle in the town of Swiecie, Poland. It stands at 16′ x 14′ x 15′, and as … Continue reading

Shepard Fairey’s Secret Revealed

The street artist Shepard Fairey is one of the most famous street artists in the world he gained fame after years of putting up his Obey stickers and wheatpastes on every surface. Shepard Fairey and his wife were recent stopped by TMZ for a few questions. While being asked questions, Shepard’s wife accidentally reveals a secret … Continue reading

The White Pencil

The White Pencil will be awarded to a creative idea that changes the world for the better; an idea that demonstrates the ability to influence real and positive change in the world. Launched in 2011, the first competition will be in 2012 D&AD’s 50th year and will galvanise the energy of the creative community around … Continue reading

D&AD Awards Winners 2011

Wieden + Kennedy’s Old Spice campaign was the big winner at this year’s D&AD Awards, picking up two Black Pencils out of the six awarded. W+K’s The Man Your Man Could Smell Like campaign won 5 awards in total, There Black Pencils coming in the TV Commercial Campaign Category & TV Commercials 21-40 Seconds Category. … Continue reading

Hand-Cut Typography

The Sydney-based designer and paper artist Bianca Chang creates complex typographic sculptures by sequentially cutting shifting forms out of dozens if not hundreds of sheets of paper. While creating these complex typographic sculptures she’s also created this stop-motion video of her work coming together.

What is graphic design?

The Design Council have enlisted some of the great and the good of the design world to contribute to a series of short films aimed at the explaining graphic design to a wider audience. Graphic design is the process of choosing and organising words, images and messages into a form that communicates and influences its … Continue reading

Paul Rand interview

Interview with legendary designer Paul Rand 1991 interview with legendary graphic designer Paul Rand, creator of logos for IBM, ABC-TV, Westinghouse, UPS and hundreds more.

Where life meets art

Where life meets art Manchester Design agency True North created a tongue-in-cheek advertising campaign along with a lovely set of marketing materials to help signal the transformation of the Museum. The Holburne Museum in Bath has been closed for 3 years whilst the eighteenth-century museum has had a spectacular (and controversial) modern extension. In fact … Continue reading