Manchester-based studio Dorothy – makers of posters and infographics have introduced their new Old Skool Classic that reimagines the internal goings on inside the original Macintosh, complete with miniature Steve Jobs, hamster wheels and computer lab outhouse-mouse. Awesome.
Mexican graphic designer Paul Fuentes celebrates everyday objects in the best possible way. Only starting six months ago and now has 50K Instagram followers. “I use common objects, food, paint, water and ink with pastel colour backgrounds to give life to my creamy minimal pop art and sometimes useless creations … I’m inspired by my own child […]
Oi Oi to the new logo and visual identity for Oi by Wolff Olins and Futurebrand bringing Oi-sometric logos to life. In a market dominated by formulaic brands and logos, Brazilian telecom giant Telemar decided to launch it’s new mobile phone service in a bid to be different, original. Wolff Olins started the branding success story […]
Swedish graphic designer Viktor Hertz’s work is satirical, clever and humorous. His portfolio includes a personal project of minimalist pictogram music posters – highlights include “Drug Ballad” by Eminem, ACDC’s “Highway to Hell” and Pixies’ “Where is my mind?” You might remember his original “honest logo series” shared back in 2013 but Hertz hadn’t finished there.
Several industries could be perfect matches as marketers for The High Times. Photo courtesy of Sparks & Honey & High Times, a monthly magazine focused on the marijuana industry. The move hopes to shift the image of the cannabis industry and improve the national conversation while also attracting a broader set of advertisers. The publication worked with the […]
Created by the nature photographer Dennis Hlynsky using a technique that condenses frames of footage to reveal animal movement patterns, this entrancing short clip is both a kinetic work of art and a fascinating glimpse into flock behaviour. For more from Dennis Hlynski, watch Small Brains en Masse. Director: Dennis Hlynsky Originally posted on Aeon – […]
A Computer Paints A Rembrandt, And It Looks Just Like The Real Thing Original article from FastCodesign.com by Mark Wilson 04.07.16 Last year, an unsigned 19th-century painting went to auction in New Jersey. It was cracked, chipped, and assumed to be the work of a student doing his best to emulate Dutch Golden Age painting. Bidding started […]
It’s only a few days to go until MIPTV 2016 and the office has been awash with briefs, catalogues, banners, flyers, colours, deliveries and just about everything else. And the Mindcorp office has developed an unhealthy obsession with Tyrell’s vegetable crisps to boot. Late nights and early starts have been the order of the day […]