SEAK: . Amazing artwork by german airbrush artist Claus Winkler. See more of his work.
Dutch/Brazilian designer Rafaël Rozendaal has got a series of sites you will happily lose yourself in for far too long.
Japanese Denim used a bamboo sushi mat for their Packaging. Via CreativeRoots.org
American advertising agency BooneOakley wanted to stand out from the fierce competition that is the advertising world.
Their solution? Instead of yet-another-web-2.0-site they jumped into YouTube.
The result is a whole new way of using the YouTube platform and a whole new way of presenting a company.
Designed by Antonio Carusone for the brand Buddy Carr, “Hello” costs for 160$ only, but is edited in a limited edition (100 boards). It’s really awesome.
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