Martin Waugh is the artist that captures these amazing pictures of water drops with incredible shapes and forms, to make that possible he uses high-speed photography to capture the curves of the liquid.
A Surreal concept for T-shirt design, the horizonless city.
Read more about it here.
We’re giving away 3 packs of 250 7 x 5″ Greeting Cards from the cool gang at UPrinting.com
“I wish that all of you music fans out there would unite and support your electronic entertainers on this year’s DJ Mag Top 100 Chart. Pick your style, point out your favorites, support your best international, national or local DJ or … even yourself.” DJ Umek
22 year-old, Romanian designer István Vasil presents Paper Hills – a paper scupture for an art book accompanying the snowboard movie, Jolly Rogers. Produced by Pirate Movie Productions.
Spanish designer Imma Sartorio presents Lagrima Florals. Well-versed in florals, vectoring, and layering work, Sartorio is definitely someone to watch out for in the near future.
Released: August 2009
Avertiser: GRIFFINS FOODS
Brand name: Skof Snacks
Agency: Saatchi & Saatchi Auckland
Country: New Zealand
Category: Savoury foods
Tags: Potato Chips
Agency: Saatchi & Saatchi, Auckland
Production Company: Automatic Films
Director(s): Adam Gunser
Art Director / Copywriter: Carolyn Davis
DoP: Rob Marsh
Music + Sound Production: Liquid Studios
Executive Creative Director: Mike O’Sullivan
Copywriter / Art Director: Matthew Page
Agency Producer: Vicky Rhedey
Producer: Camillo Spath
Country: New Zealand
Account Team: Sonya Berrigan, Angelina Farry, Lucy Pilkington
Designed by the graphic designer Mothi Limbu, using one of James Reeve’s picture, this poster is the 1st one of a fashion series created for the launch of the new advertising campaign of the French brand Kulte.
Coming out together with a , a music compilation and a magazine, this winter will definitely have an “end of the world” taste…
Tappening advertising campaign challenges the notion of Truth in Advertising while embracing an opposing concept. Lying. Tappening co-founders ask, “Why is it some bottled water brands still don’t list their source?” and encourage their rapidly-growing customer base to “start a lie” themselves…
For more images of the campaign head over to Visual Culture.