ARTEL Artyomovyh graphic design bureau presents trade mark for designer’s laptop sleeves and accessories BLOBS™ .
During projects development Artel Artyomovyh realized naming, logo (selected for publication in the Wolda ‘08 (Worldwide Logo Design Annual), plus an honourable mention on the Wolda website), brand legend, website design and products design.
Blobs, symbols of trademark, are funky and strange intelligent creatures. They are very sociable and curious.
The striking feature of the blobs world is a variety of colors which determines unique style of BLOBS™ products.
More info about blobs can be found on www.blobs-design.com.
Art directors: Sergii Artemov, Gera Artemova
Designer: Sergii Artyomov, Oleksii Chernikov
Take a look at the piece of art that’s in the lobby of the Asus HeadQuarters, a Mona Lisa made entirely from recycled motherboards.
A little animation that took 5 years to make that documents the graffiti made on the wall outside of Serge Gainsbourg home.
Check out the video here
The third issue of design magazine O.K. Periodicals was presented under great public interest at the Illustrative Festival in Berlin. What makes this edition so special is its cover, which is the collective design of hundreds of people from around the world.
First crowdsourced magazine cover in the world
The topic of the third issue of O.K. Periodicals is REPEAT. This is apparent from the content, the imagery and, most notably, the cover of the magazine. Hundreds of people have made their contribution by designing a small part of it, either manually or using the computer. The bizarre yet unique reproduction of the cover visually underlines the power of the online network. The result is the world’s first crowdsourced magazine cover.
The topic of this special issue will be broadly examined in both text and image. There is an intriguing story about a high-society murderer, human printers, repetitious trends and patterns in fashion, the daily experience of living with Tourette’s syndrome, illustrations of proverbs involving repetition, an interview with a Steven Spielberg lookalike, a repeating parakeet, and much, much more.
The rapidly growing and internationally acclaimed magazine O.K. Periodicals regularly uses crowdsourcing techniques, which enables it to show inspiring work by established and upcoming creative talent. For each edition, designers, illustrators, artists, scientists, writers and photographers from around the world send in their work, exploring themes such as collecting, failure and repetition. The result is a pleasantly confounding magazine that stimulates, surprises and penetrates, but above all, inspires.
Have a look at the sneak preview / order at: www.ok-periodicals.com
Watch this really nice 8-bit musicvideo by Jérémie Périn on
Dan23´s got the skillz to pay the billz… just take a good look at his works man!!
Check out more of his stuff HERE
Amy Poehler photographic art portrait by Chad Griffith. Limited edition, hand-signed by the photographer. Available in different sizes and price points at Hideout Gallery.
Image published by Village Voice for the cover of the in April, 22nd 2008.
If anyone can bring a fairy tale to life, there is no doubt in my mind that it would be Annie Leibowitz. Using elaborate sets and costumes, she recreates the story of Hansel and Gretel. The amazing spread, titled Little Girl & Boy Lost, appears in the December 2009 issue of Vogue. See more at My Modern Metropolis.
hell selected 180 Russian creative projects from behance shared on Designcollector Behance inspiration series.
Enjoy the latest!
Non Cadenza ” it’s pure Russian soul-music with touching jazz harmonies and clear female vocals. That kind of music is better for live performance and the most bright moments you can notice only at concert, of course. We wish you have a chance to hear it by yourself. Still the band doesn’t start it’s tour around the world, so we choose several records for you. Hope it will be enough to tune on the right mood.
Bram said – ” The sounds of Non Cadenza were amazing, the lovely soul with the beautiful jazz elements made my imagination go wild. My artwork is very abstract-surrealistic. The gold elements are representing Non Cadenza lovely voice popping up here and there. I just love the tunes.”