Archive for the 'Graphics' Category

2012: The Year in Graphics

Great work by NYT. Graphics and interactives from a year that included an election, the Olympics and a devastating hurricane. A selection of the graphics presented include information about how they were created. HERE

2012: The Year in Graphics

Maps in watercolor

Zurich map in watercolor. Awesome.

The Story behind the ‘Keep Calm and Carry On’ poster

(via thecoolhunter.net)

100 years of Swiss graphic design

This expo offers more than just the Helvetica font and is definitely worth a visit if you are in Zurich. – still runs until 3 June 2012.

Swiss graphic design – one of the country’s leading products – is encountered everywhere. While a single individual style cannot be identified, a certain common approach is evident. This is revealed in the striking awareness of quality in the works, in the skilled handcraft, as well as in the precision and reduction to essentials. Graphic design from Switzerland reflects both international trends and local qualities; irony and wit are its constant companions. The view of one hundred years of graphic design shows both the diversity of current visual communication as well as the fine lines of tradition that connect works from different epochs. Alongside the poster and smaller items of printed matter, the show also includes outstanding examples from advertising and information graphics, typography, signage or book design, design objects that relate to graphic design, as well as selected striking advertising spots, and works for web design. Many objects come from the museum’s own collection.

Marlboro car projection mapping (Audi)

 

10.12.11, Moscow
Client: Marlboro
Agency: ATOMIC Advertising Agency
Presentation of a new car branding
Car projection by Radugadesign:
motion: Anton Novosad, Yuriy Izmailov, Weaponer
sound: Ibenji
art-direction: Ivan Nefedkin
stage design: Mikhail Egoshin
technical direction: Alexander Polonskiy

Pinterest: a quick overview

As you might have realized another ubiquitous thing on Facebook going on at the moment is Pinterest. I remember it popping up a year ago but didn’t quite see the use of it beside Facebook. But people, especially women, going crazy at the moment – here a quick overview with an infographic done by lemon.ly. The numbers show a clear influence in (viral) marketing and an audience to look after now and in the future.

(click to enlarge)

(via mashable.com)

Time Lapse of Everglades Camping




Time Lapse of Everglades Camping

1,572 photos shot over seven hours on an island 68 miles South of Everglades City in Florida with a 5D mk2 and a cheap knock-off time lapse controller that works great. The beach is called Middle Cape Sable, and is the southernmost point of the continental US. Camped there with six of my awesome family members. The music, suggested by cousin Kristen, is Clelia Iruzun: Ernesto Lecuona- Always in my Heart.


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