An amazing animated short; “When a man is witness to a murder and takes pictures of the killer, he has to run for his life. During the chase he is able to turn the tables and the prey becomes the hunter. All resulting in an unfortunate ending.” Find out more at: pivotthemovie.com.
Brokenfuse.style is digital artist from Malaysia..updating his new multi-colored project on behance..
checkout his new works at www.behance.net/brokenfuse
Tomas Roope is a co-founding member and director of the Rumpus Room, a UK based company that specialises in creating interactive communication solutions across different media and disciplines http://www.therumpusroom.tv
Tomas discusses his holistic approach to the design process, explaining his methods of connecting interaction, film and social media to effectively communicate with an increasingly sophisticated audience, and to shape the future of how we receive information.
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A much larger percentage of death and suffering in developing nations is due to issues surrounding water access and not (like most people think) due to hunger and war. To combat this notion and to help in their struggle, the newest Chop Shop iconic tee is a for the charity Well Done. A water awareness and access non-profit, working to bring clean drinking water to communities lacking access and to drive global awareness and action in the fight against water scarcity. To learn more about WellDone or get involved, visit WellDone.org.
Yes, all profits from the sale of this tee will be donated directly to WellDone.
As for the design itself, it includes 27 icons relating to modern issues surrounding water access in the developing world. Each of these icons is also numbered and corresponds to a specific statistic. The key to all these numbers is printed on the inside of the back of the tee and is shown in the image above.
Thanks also goes out to Quist Industries for donating all the printing. Quist does a large amount of Chop Shop’s printing and is always top notch. They are like the Apple Computers of tshirt screen printing. Check out their site at quistindustries.com, which also happens to be a Chopping Block production.
Photographer Christopher Wilson takes some of the best shots I’ve ever seen in this particular landscape. His photos are great tribute to one of America’s historic icons. In this set, Wilson truly captures the very essence of what American Cowboys are made of – the grit, the grime, and the rugged masculinity.
More pics at My Modern Metropolis.
Graphic designer Leo Rosa Borges, an award-winning artist working out of Dubai, generated this unique solution to an issue often encountered by the creative classes. The blank canvas. These posters — created on a close to zero budget — are generated by cutting an ‘image’ into a blank white surface, demonstrating the ability to generate design with minimal addition or subtraction to a medium. All Borges’ designs requires are a few carefully placed cuts, that with a stretching of the canvas, come to life in the third dimension as a monstrous face.
Industrial designer Richard Gomez, working out of Mexico City, has generated a modern interpretation of gardening tools for the iconic American agri-industry brand John Deere . Taking inspiration from the increasing prevalence of environmental consciousness within society, and the modern movement of urban-gardening, this tool bag, designed in collaboration with Veronica Heredia Otero, represents an elegant and practical approach to urban gardening; emphasizing functional tools and materials with a nod to urban aesthetics and high design.
Graphic designer Jeremy Brunet, working out of Paris, France, has rendered a series of elegant posters highlighting the design of iconic cars in both film and television. From the infamous De Lorian from “Back to the Future,” to the often airborne Dodge Charger of “Dukes of Hazzard,” Brunet takes the complicated mechanics of these vehicles and concentrates them into the two-dimensional elegance of their signature graphics.