These awesome character designs by the guys from Tixinda Mexico from Distrito Federal, Mexico are still just a concept. But we’re sure those Indians would be a great extension for a good vinyl toy collection.
Our dear friend Horacio has released a limited edition print called WE ARE ALL IN LOVE which is basically an A2 illustration on 180gsm / 2 PANTONE® inks (silver & black) offset. It’s only limited to a 100 pieces so be sure to place an order if you FALL IN LOVE WITH IT.
THE FIRST 25 POSTERS GET A 30% DISCOUNT ON SUR TYPEFACE PACK (Normal+Bold)
*Only international orders
More information can be found at http://www.rockstudiosdesign.com/loveposter.html
Cade Martin just recently collaborated with Design Army and the Washington Ballet to create a one-of-a-kind book commemorating Septime Webre’s 10th year as the dance company’s artistic director. With over fifty dancers performing in locations throughout Washington D.C., the commemorative book is a truly unique blend of art and fashion. It is aptly titled Wonderland. See more stunning images at My Modern Metropolis.
One of the cruellest ironies of the occupation is that Palestinians are building it. Tens of thousands of labourers are employed in construction of the wall, settlements and the industries around them.
ABOUT is a new project by Bram Vanhaeren (Espador). There are 3 amazing typographic drawings made by him in this project.
Make sure to check it out. ( Behance Network )
A new identity for the web strategy firm Cogent based on the fable the Crow and the Pitcher.
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Philip K. Dick’s “Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?” Transformation into Ridley Scott’s Onscreen Cult Hit “Blade Runner” (1982)
With the steady supply of Hollywood films inspired by books, it’s noteworthy to look back at cult hits that have successfully been adapted from novel to silver screen, without spoiling the beauty of their literary form. An example is Ridley Scott’s 1982 sci-fi noir, “Blade Runner,” which despite less than flattering reviews upon release, has only matured with age and is now viewed as an influential building block for science fiction films known and loved today.
[Photo: A scene from “Blade Runner”. © Warner Bros Pictures.]
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