Often when we talk about the ciccolata it brings up the art and chocolate masters, we are talking about something that goes beyond the simple taste or the simplistic term “chocolate“. The boys of Nendo, I must have understood for years and continue to work on innovative products and curious, the authors already some time ago of some prodigious pencils chocolate tempered in recent days have brought these tasty tubes “artistic” all entirely edible, inside the colors there are many different creams tastes, from brandy to coffee, caramel vanilla, etc..
Who would not want to take a ride through google maps (and street view) into Middle Earth (the forest with the Trolls (beware), Rivendell (Rivendell) and the fortress of Dol Guldur)? This is your chance…
With a little ‘later than usual, we publish the eighth gallery free font. Which have become a necessary tool and fundamental a bit ‘for all, the fonts are “digging” a small but important niche in the new creative culture, a clear sign that the creativity and the desire to surprise with new forms of expression is growing…
The Council for the promotion of tourism in practice has been to try to replace and standardize the various symbols that turned, in doing so according to the local authority will represent Sweden in a uniform and recognizable.
Dorota Pankowska, better known online as Dori The Giant is an artist photographer of 23 years who lives in Ontario, his latest project is titled Pro Bono Logo and is inspired by street art. What diversifies the work of Dori than normal works from the street is that his subjects are corporate logos made with the product itself. In a nutshell, every logo has been manufactured using only and only the main product of the brand.
#Coglioni is the italian viral campaign that is all the rage at this time on the net, it is a campaign “fake” made by BluMagenta and that targets the really short-sighted campaign # Warriors. Do not need many words to understand what it is, but I think many will share what is written below…
Eleven March 2011. it’s been two and a half years since the Fukushima nuclear power plant (Japan) exploded. Exploded with hundreds of thousands of people, not to mention the victims of that day, but of all those who still roam interrupted lives and live in a place with virtually no future.
Damir Sagolj, Reuters photographer, wanted to take a trip to these places, among those people, to understand just two and a half years (which are very few) away, those who remain and how people live in Fukushima…
More and more often we are faced with as fast as rapid redesign of new logos. Logos short-lived, that arise may already old, logos that have not even had time to establish itself in the global market that is already someone ready them with the mouse to change his face.
A few days after the presentation of the new Google logo in fact, it’s up to now own logo BING of Microsoft…
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