Roland Reiner Tiangco is a designer from Brooklyn with a rather good name, and this is his rather genius-like call to arms for the kids of the ‘information generation.’ The first in a series of posters, ‘Dirt Po(or)ster‘ is a physically interactive art statement that, once dirtying the hands of the recipient, reveals a message by rubbing your dirty mitts across the spot-varnished type.
Via: We Heart Stuff
Alberto Seveso is a italian graphic designer with some crazy vector works.
Chris Searson created an experimental, awesome looking Time Lapse film exploring rush hour in London. Watch the video here.
I get all warm and fuzzy inside every time I see neon color schemes, over the top shiny metallic typography and Tron inspired grid backdrops. At first I thought I was the only one with this absurd fetish but lately the web has me believing otherwise. Check Designfeedr for the rest of this showcase of excellent 80s inspired retro work!
London based photographer Iain Crawford makes splashes of paint look like couture clothing. See more at My Modern Metropolis.
Great work from the Brazilian Illustrator.
Via Unstage (Click here for more)
Georges Rousse is a French photographer and installation artist. He paints geometric shapes in abandoned places… MORE PICS AND VIDEO HERE
A short animation exploring the evolution of the Dew Brand.
Via Unstage (Click here to watch video)
Our friends at Concept Feedback have launched an awesome online (free) review tool that gives designers, marketers and developers a place to exchange feedback and ideas on design projects (websites, logos, etc.).
Enter the Raw Power Film Competition hosted by PUMA, Alexander McQueen and SHOWstudio.com via Antilogic Design
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