Archive for the ‘Design’ Category
Rent or buy? That's it? Are you kidding? We are talking about where we live our lives and we only have two choices? Seems like the streets or life on the road would be better at times. Then why not have a Real Estate product that puts a portion of current ...
There's a great poster gallery at aGrayspace.com that "mostly consists of Polish posters designed since 1940 (with the exception of some posters by Czech and Cuban designers as well as US born, Saul Bass)."
Folk Metal Limited edition posters of musical genres designed minimalistically.
While already ancient in Internet years, these three stood out after a recent video viewing catchup binge: Sport: If this hasn't been on repeat on ESPN can anyone really even utter the word "sport" anymore? Meatspace: The 600 Years from the macula on Vimeo. Video Projection Mapping for the 600th anniversary of the Astronomical Clock in ...
Vasulka.org -- an interwebs spot for electronic, computer and video art -- somewhat recently opened their archives. Its 27000 pages of scanned documents include hand typed texts, circuit diagrams, program bulletins and correspondence. [The Vasulka Archives] [gallery link="file" orderby="ID"]
"Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas" typography poster Crap. I must now have at least one of these typography posters. "Pulp Fiction" typography poster
Clean Bottle is your typical reusable water bottle except both ends unscrew so you can clean the nasty out. It's $10. Unless these guys hold hardcore patents, I suspect all your reusable water bottles will soon be doing this on the other end of their containers. If it hasn't already begun.
This Burningman infographic created by @xmasons shows the history and evolution of the event. Click to embiggen
["A Field Guide to Typestaches." A $24, 18" x 24" poster from Old Tom Foolery /via Laughing Squid]
As you can see from the closeup below, designer Mark Brooks did up posters using stars. Distance yourself from these images to better make them out. [via DesignYouTrust]