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I love bioscience (not really) :)

2 Jul

I’m totally not interested in engineering stuff but if I see such kind of entrance to a faculty of bioscience engineering I’ll dive into it! Very nice design with a simple idea.

Egosound Shapes

10 Jun

Here comes an corporate identity work which is designed minimalistic. I liked the choice of colors and the link between the idea of sound and the shape. Both 3d model and print designs are joyful I think. Let’s have a look at..

Dates depend on “Pantone”

29 May

Pantone is the most common color knowledge between designers and one of those designers used pantone not for color coding but for a creative work. He mentions his aim as:

My brief was to create a calendar for Pantone, the world-renowned authority on colour. The main aim for me was to make this calendar relevant on a global scale. With the colour wheel being universally recognised, I used this and combined it with a mosaic made up of 1440 different images to create my main graphic. Sticking with the whole worldwide idea, I have included many visual references to a host of different countries within the mosaic, and highlighted many of the main religious and cultural holidays throughout the year.

To answer a question I have been asked a few times, no ‘special software’ was used to produce this. The grid was build in Illustrator and I placed all 1440 images by hand in (as close to as possible) some sort of colour order.”

Toilet paper roll? For what?

23 May

These’re amazing, just have a look at!

Paper Cuts-Rolls

Don’t Waste Paper!

18 May

http://lets.helpsavepaper.com/

Can you weave a type?

11 May

This is how weave involved in type creating….

Natural World Aesthetics//Alex Kopps

9 May

Alex Kopps attended school at The California College of Arts in San Francisco, where he continues to live and work as an artist. Alex’s visual art consists of paintings with gouache on wood and paper with subject matter that is largely nonobjective but aesthetically has strong ties to the natural world. When in the gallery, he tends towards installation using diverse materials such as live grass, scrap wood, and sewn together US currency that he cuts into silhouette form or more recently has sewn into makeshift clothing.

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