Back in the day (I think it was a Wednesday), I wanted to be a skater and I had more than a few Freshjive clothing pieces. I can also remember their ads in Thrasher magazine that were very risque for the time. Well it seems that the current backlash in consumerism and brand application is […]
MUTO a wall-painted animation by BLU from blu on Vimeo.
A very interesting installation. LED & LCD are rapidly making a break thru into our industry as well as art installations all over the world.
Calfee greated another cool bike made from bamboo (a sustainable product). Check it out on their website at:http://www.calfeedesign.com/bamboo.htm. Also check out the Bamboo Bike Project at: http://www.bamboobike.org/Home.html where they are building better bikes for the poor in Africas rural areas and stimulating a bicycle building industry to statisfy local needs.
Via DieLine (the worlds greatest packaging blog) Though I do not think I am exactly the target market for this $15,000 bottle of Glenfiddich whiskey I still find its design interesting and very tastefully done. Stamped silver, hand blown and number glass, hand stitched leather box, and some amazing details. You can read more and […]
Visited Century Modern in Deep Ellum yesterday. Walked away with a great vintage magazine rack, but coveted so many items in the store, including these great retro vacuums. I really love the relationship of the typography to the shape and structure of the object. If you are in the area. Be sure to check out […]
Because there’s one in each and every one of us:
I saw this movie at the SEGD conference in Austin, TX last year. It gave me an entirely new look at what graffiti can be all about. Very enlightening to see that graffiti artist have the same love of type as graphic designers ! bombit-themovie
Wow. This is something that at the moment is not very “marketing” oriented but I guarantee within 3 years this will be used for monumental advertising for monumental events. Check the video below and be amazed. 555 KUBIK | facade projection | from urbanscreen on Vimeo.