• Honda #ThumbsUp Dn’t Txt & Drv

    Honda, with the help of advertising agency RPA, has released an ad that reminds us to not text and drive. 

     

  • Cityscapes

    San Francisco based artist Jeremy Mann paints gritty cityscapes of cities in the US. 

  • “What makes you happy?”

    A series of cute animations created by Toronto-based illustrator and designer Francesca Cattaneo in collaboration with Polyester Studio.

  • Bears on Stairs

    London based design studio DBLG in-house studio project is a looping video of 50 different 3D-printed bears on stairs, each a frame in the animation. So cool-looking.

  • The Swimmer

    Carved from a single piece of basswood, artist Stefanie Rocknak is behind this beautiful sculpture. Slightly larger than life-size, the sculpture, called The Swimmer, was part of a three piece commission under the project The Triathlete

  • Static Coffee Espresso Republic

    Pasadena branding firm, Farm Design, partnered with Espresso Republic for the launch of their new Static coffee and espresso. Espresso Republic wanted to create coffee packs that exuded the high quality of the beans held inside. 

  • Every time I finish queuing something awesome, I return to my Dashboard only to find nevver posting it.

    That guys is a ninja. 

  • True Facts

    Comedy website Kind Of Normal has a series of funny and insightful infographics that reveal the truths about our daily routines and habits. 

  • Jay Fram 

    Design studio Almanac’s most recent project; branding and website development for photography Jay Fram.

  •  Starry skies

    Photographer AtomicZen has taken these stunning photographs of starry skies that can be seen from Lake Tekapo in New Zealand and the Cradle Mountain in Tasmania, Australia. 

  • We Don’t Work – We Play

    Typographic experiments for the self-initiated exhibition We Don‘t Work - We Play. All works in collaboration with Yanik Balzer. Special thanks to Tomaz, Thomas, Lasse and Ryan for their support. Typographic Excellence, Students Category at Type Directors Club 59.

  • Simply Scribbly

    Malaysian illustrator Vince Locreates portraits of famous movie stars and musicians from tiny, energetic scribbles. 

  • Portrait of Jackie Chan Made Out of 64,000 Chopsticks

     Artist Hong Yi, aka Red meticulously tied batches of the 64,000 chopsticks together and strung them in rows to produce Jackie Chan’s likeness. From up close, the portrait is nothing more than a pixelated arrangement of dots. But, from afar, Chan’s smiling face emerges from the wooden sticks as another stunning example of Red’s innovative style.

  • Angel Bomb Rebrand & Collateral

    Angel Bomb, a design and letterpress studio in northeast Minneapolis, recently rebranded themselves to emphasize the full-service nature of their studio’s offering. 

  • Corona Kitchen

    Colombia-based creative director Felipe Salazar has created an awesome print ad for Corona Kitchen by putting a spin on the newspapers classifieds. 

  • The lights of Instanbul

    Turkish photographer Hüseyin KARA has captured the beautiful nightlight of his city. 

  • Nación

    Design studio Anagrama has created the brand identity for Nación, a multi-purpose real-estate development project located in Monterrey, Mexico.

  • The Instragram of Brock Davis

    Brock who seems to dabble in every creative field from illustration and photography to advertising and apparel. His Instagram account is where his brilliance seems to be most highly concentrated, each image is unique, yet oh so simple. You can see more if his work right here.

  • Rebound Magazine

    Students Josep Duran Frigola and Victor Garciart created Two ink low cost publications for rebound magazine. Each issue is about a legendary match in NBA history, it contains interviews, highlights, statistics and photos of the match.

    Beautiful. 

  • Fan Food Type

    Each month, DQ focuses the Fan Food campaign on a different part of the menu - different food, new flavors, and special offers. To further emphasize this monthly effort, Designer Thomas Price decided to put their campaign messages in fun typography using real food and props to highlight flavors and maximize taste appeal.