Loving this this vinyl wall sticker, entitled ‘7 rules to understand design & designers’ created by designer Fabien Barrel.
Available in size options of 50x80cm or 70x120cm from Harmonie Interieure and I want one for my office wall (that chair would be nice too!)
Via Stuart Hobday.
This print campaign by Petronio Associates for the Sony Ericsson Xperia™ phone is “a trans-continental exploration of the notion of advertising in context, and its interplay with a specific environment”. It’s also a nice example of a simple design that fully conveys the notion of ‘Pureness’.
Dirt Poster by Roland Reiner Tiangco, requires your participation to complete it. The back side of each poster is covered with a layer of ink, which you need to “paint” onto the front side the poster, to reveal the message that has been spot-varnished onto the paper.
If you were wondering who was responsible for the striking logo and visual identity for the United Nations Climate Change Conference 2009, then it is Copenhagen/New York based design partnership, NR2154.
“The logo symbolises the blue planet. A network of lines – one for each nation in the UN – make up a complex structure heading towards unrest or balance.”
Generative identity software, developed in collaboration with okdeluxe and shiftcontrol, adds dynamic, real-time movement to the logo, animating it’s rigid grid with a series of parameters like flocking and flow fields.
The animation software is customizable to render out a large variety of styles and moods in formats useable for broadcast HD-TV and vector-graphics for printed media.