Stellar branding, interior and graphic design work by Singapore based Bravo Company for the new Mexout eatery.
Mexout is a fresh-mex eatery in Singapore. We imagine Mexout to be a young eccentric Mexican food expert, or “Mex’pert” as we’ve coined it, who is living in his parents’ basement. … We’ve came up with about 20 hand-drawn logos for them to use in rotation. For the rest of their collaterals, everything is handwritten or hand-drawn. No computer was used for the creation of the graphics.
This afternoon I stumbled across the amazing relief paintings and installations by Gregory Euclide. The piece above, ”what clouded my receiving hand is the way I own sensation”, was created with acrylic, baby’s breath, found foam, mylar, pencil, pine needle, seedum, sponge, and vellum.
Below are a few other examples of Gregory’s work, including the album art for the upcoming Bon Iver album coming out tomorrow.
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“Held within what hung open and made to lie without escape” View more
“What eroded under the grid and became something more than sediment” View more
Tiny Inventions is a Brooklyn based animation and illustration studio that playfully combines mix-media, photography, physical models, illustration, and After Effects rocket science to create their short films, commercials and music videos.
If you have ever worked with After Effects I guarantee this behind the scenes video of their entire process will blow your mind. The methods they use to animate and craft the dimensional videos only using Photoshop and After Effects is incredibly creative.
Check out more of Tiny Inventions’ work.
Barnickel Design created the 200pt brand to showcase their art print and graphic tees.
The bisected diamond logo is a tribute to Sébastien Truchet, the French mathematician who created the standard for measuring type that our modern point system comes from. He also created a tiling system where an almost infinite number of patterns can be created by arranging his tiles in different ways.. we took Truchet’s tile and rotated it 45º to get our logo. The hand stamped, inexact application of the logo aims to further emphasize our interest in the reconciliation of opposites.
Wrenchmonkees in Copenhagen created this modified Harley Davidson Sportster stripped of all chrome, handmade touches, and vintage styling. I’ve never seriously considered buying a motorcycle, but I might reconsider for a bike like this one.
Argentinean designer Marciano Sifoni created this experimental pop-up book while studying at Universidad de Buenos Aires, UBA. I can only imagine how much time went into creating this fantastic piece.
In 2008 the paper manufacturer Fedrigoni contacted various illustrators to create art for their “a place for paper” showroom. London based illustrator and set maker Hattie Newman used the Fedrigoni paper line to create this representation of the snow-capped Dolomites surrounding Fedrigoni’s hometown of Verona.
“Can a singing unicorn with a platinum perm help make the world a sweeter place? We think so. EVB is proud to introduce Juicy Fruit’s Serenading Unicorn. He’s here to sweeten your friend’s day with timeless classics from Michael Bolton, Boyz II Men and Culture Club.”
New Google Chrome short showing off Extensions for the browser. Does anyone know who produced the short?
It appears we’ve now come back full circle with the handmade stylish trend being replicated with VFX in this great spot by Seagulls Fly to promote Adobe CS5. Seagulls Fly also put together a “making of” that shows the process of putting together the spot.
Agency: Goodby, Silverstein & Partners
Producer: Yogi Graham
Creative Director: Keith Anderson
Art Director: Alex Lyman
Writers: Tom Carter and Steve Payonzeck
Production: Seagulls Fly
Leon Hong and Camile Orillaneda run a small design studio One Bit Increment in central California where they recently launched a hand-made interactive experience crafting a paper forest, buffalo in search of potatoes, hedgehogs ready to be squished. Taking the experience one step further they’re using sunrise / sunset and weather data to mimic the Los Angeles weather.
Read more about the process of making the experience at their blog - One Bit Wonder.