Amnesty always seem to come up with the most profound ways to get a message across, this time through an interactive experience.
Data Visualization for Life!
In a slightly larger than average nutshell, it’s a book with photographs and essays about different kinds of trash and how we, as humans, are defined by the trash we throw out.
Michael Paukner creates the most simplistic and compelling information with really elegant graphics you can post on any wall in your house.
There’s always something unique and different about street photography.
Kage is a collection of colorful and vibrant dresses, leggings and t-shirts for the feminine gender.
As you all may know, I’m a film lover. And while stumbling online the other day researching for some inspiration about film art I came across Justin Reed’s blog.
Now as an artist and designer.. I’ve noticed there was alot of art and typography that goes into cereal boxes.
A lot of people don’t notice is the art that goes behind the movie poster.