I love this. Danielle Meder’s winning design for Dr. Martens.
The party is over and a party tent, with partially tilted legs, has been left behind. This exact image is captured and stylized in PARTY, a series of objects made out of steel. Something that was once fragile has now become solid. By stylizing and adding bright colours a new form is created, while the origins remain visible. PARTY is a personal translation by ROTGANZEN, it represents the ambivalence that appears at typically Dutch backyard parties. On the one hand there is joy and festivity, on the other superficiality and emptiness.
Daytime action by graffiti provocateur The Miha Artnak.
Waiter: Hey! What are you doing?
A: This is a photo shoot for the cover of a magazine.
W: Oh. Okay. But you will clean it afterwards, right?
A: Of course but I’m suppose to leave like it is for at least a week.
W: Cool. Bye.
A really funny read from the Johnson Banks blog. Nice one!
You can see how it could happen.
Tap ‘London Olympics logo’ into Google images and you get a motley collection of real and made-up logos. And, yes, one which has been hastily rejigged to say, er, sh*t.
Ok, easy laugh, ha-ha, move on.
But imagine, for a moment, that you’re designing the website for the upcoming University Olympics in Shenzen. You’re almost certainly Chinese. You’ve sorted out your home page, and you want to include links at the bottom to other Olympic organisations.
You might not read English that well. You go to Google images, you pick one from the top line, you insert, job done…
Go here to see the real thing.
What can I say? Shit happens.Read More
An interesting brand renewal and new packaging done for The Euro Shopper by SEK Design. As with most packaging design for an entire range of products, the real test comes when these get interspersed with the rest of the brands, but as far as elevating the ‘budget’ range is concerned, this is working superbly for me.Read More
Where dreams + skill = goal! Via CreativeRoots.
This is an extraordinary and true story of Thailand‘s most exceptional soccer team. Thailand’s Leading retail bank TMB has now running a advertising campaign featuring this team. In 1986 the kids of the small floating fishing village of Koh Panyee got inspired by the World Cup in Mexico and wanted to start their own football team. But there was one problem, to be able to play football they need a pitch. Check out this nicely created five minute commercial created by Leo Burnett, Bangkok and Arc Worldwide, Bangkok its worth it.