Archive for June, 2010
Tags: Justin Shull, swissmiss, Terrestrial Shrub Rover, theydrawandcook.com
Just a few to enjoy with your mojito, or margarita, or whatever cold and frosty beverage sends summer goodness your way.
Salsa Verde by Geninne Zlatkis.
Truly Amazing Homes. My daughter Kate sent me this one. Check out the awesome treehouses, then let your imagination visit this one (it’s a hotel):
From Swedish firm Tham & Videgard Hansson Arkitekter.
And to guarantee you leave with a smile on your face, I present….the Terrestrial Shrub Rover by Justin Shull.
(via Swiss Miss)
Tags: infographics, Internet addiction
Tags: creativity, David Airey, graphic design, iPad
Tags: Design for charity, graphic design, Gulf Coast Oil Spill, Oceana, poster design
Philadelphia design firm, The Heads of State, is offering this two color serigraph poster as a charity fundraiser for Oceana. You can buy one here. One poster may not change the world, but it’s a fine step towards speaking out and acting, rather than just sighing and complaining. Good stuff.
Thanks to Jessica Hische for the find.
Tags: BP, branding, creativity, Draplin, Grain Edit, graphic design, logos
A brand reveals the authentic spirit of an organization, right? It helps set expectations for the experience to come, right? Here are some redesign suggestions for the British Petroleum logo from Draplin. I think they got it right, though I think the collateral should certainly incorporate photos of the lives (human and animal) that have been touched (did I say touched? I meant ruined) by the oil leak disaster.
More here, from Grain Edit.