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Great thread. A lot of this stuff is amazing.

EDIT: Anyone have any favorite design blogs / sites? Just something that showcases artwork/design similar to this thread?
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Creative Journal..
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Great thread. A lot of this stuff is amazing.

EDIT: Anyone have any favorite design blogs / sites? Just something that showcases artwork/design similar to this thread?

typophile.com
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Originally Posted by HelloIDistance View Post

Great thread. A lot of this stuff is amazing.

EDIT: Anyone have any favorite design blogs / sites? Just something that showcases artwork/design similar to this thread?


If you're a web designer: http://dribbble.com/

If want to see a variety of designed things: http://ffffound.com/

If you're more into the fine-arts end: http://www.vvork.com/http://butdoesitfloat.com/

My favorite: http://www.them-thangs.com/

 

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Knock Clock is a clock that doesn’t use a face, hands or digital display to tell the time. 

What looks like a block of wood actually houses the clock’s mechanisms; when users knock its surface, the Knock Clock will sound out the time, and is accurate to 15 minutes. Users can even set a rudimentary alarm on the clock, also by knocking the wooden block. 

Designed by Gijs Huisman, Giorio Uboldi and Michael-Owen Liston of the Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design. 

 

 


 

 

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The unofficial music video for Feist's "Now at Last", set in a beautiful rural village in China about a toy robot who learns what it means to live.
 
Directed and shot by Lawrence Chen.

 

lefty

post #81 of 315
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Darren Aronofsky directs four ads for The Meth Project.

 

 

 

 

 

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French film distributor, Christopher Courtois created a series of mosaics commenting on the clichés in movie posters. 
In his film poster mosaics, Courtois highlights the common themes applied to movie posters, such as: red dresses for ladies, back-to-back poses, yellow backgrounds for Indie films, blue backgrounds for nature documentaries, eyes for thriller/horror films, Tom Cruise’s side profile. 

 

Film poster clichés by Christophe Courtois

 

Film poster clichés by Christophe Courtois

 

Film poster clichés by Christophe Courtois

 

Film poster clichés by Christophe Courtois

 

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post #83 of 315
I hate to say this but, lol
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Great ad for Chipotle by CAA:

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wifes mum just got the agency for vitra:D

Damn the money is going to be rolling in. cool.gif
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Client just send me this:

 

 

lefty

post #88 of 315
If I remember correctly, that was part of TED's "ads worth spreading" project. Some fantastic work came out of that. Here's another really great one by W+K London:

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That was great. Reminds me a little of And Yet It Moves, a pretty cool little game.

 

 

lefty

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