Generative identity for RENDERSPACE, an inovative slovenian web development company.
A generator program was made to simulate smoke in real time and can be captured and grabbed into vector format.
Attributes of smoke behavior can also be adjusted, depending on how you need it to look for an application.
No two logos of RENDERSPACE are meant to be the same, which is hard to follow in print, but works perfectly on the web.
author: Žiga Aljaž / www.aljaz.org
Don’t Panic are running a competition to interpret or redesign one of the 19 characters from the Street Fighter IV roster. The winning design will then be used on an 100,000 run of official Street Fighter IV Fan Art posters, distributed free in the Don’t Panic packs.
They also get an original piece of SF4 artwork signed by producer Yoshinori Ono, a PlayStation 3 and a copy of the game, as well as a bundle of classic Capcom titles. The top ten runners-up with highest voted entries will win a copy of the game on either Xbox 360 or Playstation 3.
Go to www.dontpaniconline.com/designbrief/client/streetfighter4 for more information, and to submit your entry.
Wheels on the Bus is a fun, interactive musical book, based on the popular children’s song. An original production by Duck Duck Moose, Wheels on the Bus includes fresh illustrations, creative interactions, and live music. Designed for children of all ages, starting as young as 18 months.
Delight your child while encouraging cognitive, language and motor development:
* Read, sing, and play with your child.
* Touch and move objects and characters on every page.
* Discover fun surprises and sounds throughout.
* Introduce your child to foreign languages: Spanish, French, German, and Italian.
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