Oh how I love this!
Dana Tanamachi covers an 11-by-36-foot wall using a gold marker to spell “FLOURISH” in blackletter filled with Japanese-inspired patterns. Shot by Andrew Shepherd.
Banksy in New York
Banksy is in New York, have you seen him? Who is this guy the media is talking about? Born in the UK, don’t knwo where, don’t knwo how, he is one of thegreatest streetart heroes alive. His characteristica is the communication guerilla on the steets where he celebrates political themes and society errors.
He shows them to the public and make them think about some situations, covering directly or indirectly our lives. Often he is working for good projects like greenpeace is doing. Galleries, films or even books are wrote by and of his work and manner. The New York Museum of Modern Art is hanging some works of him and some other big named references. Coming form nowhere, he is now designing the streets of New York. Typography is in this case a useful weapon to fastly express his ideas on the walls. That’s why we wanted to show you that not only the style is important but also the use of it. Have a nice sunday and enjoy these inspirations!
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Topoclock by Mark Kuzio for The National Geographic Society
PROBLEM: Design and build a new line of environmentally friendly sustainable clocks that are both educational and functional. A second objective is to create a unique and engaging packaging solution for the retail market that informs and aligns with the target market.
SOLUTION: Topoclock, a new line of wall/desk clocks for the environmentally conscious, outdoors-men, and scientifically minded individuals, to inspire them to care about the planet. Created for The National Geographic Society, the clocks are made from natural sustainable materials. The clock pushes off the wall or desk to invoke a feeling of depth, using a three dimensional topographic representation of some of the most popular national parks.
University of the Arts Helsinki
The Finnish Academy of Fine Arts, Sibelius Academy and Theatre Academy Helsinki merged in the beginning of 2013 into the University of the Arts Helsinki. Bond created the complete branding solution for the new university.
I love it!
Beer Press Coasters
Currently on Kickstarter, Beer Press is a modern product and art piece for your home, office, basement, and bar. The collection was designed by highly talented and seasoned graphic artists. Made in the USA, each printed piece is delicately handcrafted by a vintage 1960’s letterpress for the most beautiful and decorative coasters on the market.
(Source: kickstarter.com, via monstereatsdesign)
Sheen by Greg Coulton
"After producing ‘Mortlake’ a few of my neighbours in the nearby suburb of ‘Sheen’ asked if I could produce something for them.
The piece is a historical celebration of the area, featuring details and iconography to depict its illustrious past.”
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