Monthly Archives: March 2012

Inflated Deflated

I love the idea that inspired these airless balloons from Inflated Deflated. To quote the trio who made this creative project happen, “These words are marked on the surface of inflated balloons, and like that of one’s thoughts being released, so too is the air of the balloon.”.

 

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Skeleton Packaging

Holy Mother of modern eco friendly packaging design, isn’t this just gorgeous? Yes, yes it is.

Designed by Roy Sherizly,this sustainable packaging design protects fragile items while still looking interesting and modern.

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Pia Ulin

Based in Stockholm, Pia Ulin is the amazing talent behind these gorgeous works of art. As an advertising photographer who photographs other categories besides interior, her interior shots are my absolute favourite.

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Rest, Relax, Read

Ohio native Mikey Burton is an illustrator and designer who redesigned the Rest, Relax, Read series of book covers of classic novels making them fun, exciting and just plain artsy.

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Delikatesskungen Packaging

Besides trying to say Delikatesskungen, feast your eyes on the prettiest salami sausage packaging ever designed by the folks at Planet Creative.

 

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Stella Im Hultberg

These hauntingly pretty girls with gorgeous hair are painted with ink and oil by the very talented Korean born Stella Im Hultberg. Similar beautifully designed girls can be found here.

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The Anatomy of an Ad Agency

Designed by Grip Limited, I can see some pretty accurate descriptions in this infographic. I must say though, I’m a copywriter at an ad agency and that is not what I do.

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Hipster Branding

Because it’s Friday and the cool factor that surrounds hipsters seems to fit the ease of a Friday, check out these adaptations of big brands and their hipsterfied logos.

 

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Pascal Campion

Pascal Campion’s art is sort of an intimate look into a couple’s life that captures the very best moments. Kind of like when you wish your eyes were a camera so you could photograph certain moments and keep them with you in an airtight jar. Another thing I have to point out is how he makes light such an important part of his illustrations, almost giving them a life of their own.

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Citizens for Optimism

How do you inspire happiness? Some find it easy to do so by stringing together beautiful sentences with words that fall into place and fill gaps in our minds. Others create magic by strumming a few notes on their guitar that can instantly lift your spirit. Then there are those who mix the stunning worlds of writing and design to form the best of both worlds.

In this case – Citizens for Optimism; a col­lab­o­ra­tion of 17 design­ers who created posters inspiring optimism.  There are 17 posters in all, inspired by 17 words.

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