[WATCH&LISTEN] Digital mapping is already an impressive feat as it is but imagine doing it on moving surfaces? The Bot & Dolly studio was up to the task and they now present Box, a short film on a live performance mixing digital mapping, graphic design and robots.
[CONCEPT] Michal Krasnopolski created a series of minimalist posters where the most basic shapes suffice to illustrate the films. He worked with a grid system made of a circle and two diagonals inscribed in a square to express emblematic features of each movie.
[DIGITALLY-INSPIRED] very week, Guillaume uploads a new GIF on his Tumblr, Bisous les Copains. Despite being only 21 years old, he has already developed a very personal visual universe which makes his work stand out.
What is behind these broken image icons? The installation “Broken Things” questions our perception of the world
[DIGITALLY-INSPIRED] A symbol from the digital world, the broken image icon finds its way in our reality. The frames, notepads, envelopes or CDs of the installation are all blank, their content being replaced by the infamous icon.
[CONCEPT] Mat Mabe originally created the animal prints to decorate his children's room, but he soon developed an entire collection, one for each letter of the alphabet, based on the favorite animals of the kids around him.
[CONCEPT] The upcoming Space Exploration Signature Auction held by Heritage Auctions on April, 18th in Dallas features some interesting pieces, especially the manuals, press kits and other space-related printed material. Since most of them are from the 70's, they have a unique style.
[CONCEPT] These minimalist posters represent the scientific concepts featured in 1960's LIFE Science Library. A maze for the mind or nesting circles for sound and hearing, the simple treatment perfectly illustrates the mechanisms at work in each notion.
[CONCEPT] Philosophical concepts are explained through simple shapes in this poster series created by Genis Carreras. Geometry and color are used to illustrate the different notions as accurately as possible.
[GAME-INSPIRED] Four iconic video games characters get the origami treatment. Yoshi, Diddy Kong, Pikachu and a Rabbid become paper-foldings. There is no more pixels, but their features are easily recognizable, even in paper.
[GAME-INSPIRED] The Smiths produced some of the best tracks of the 80's but their music can be a tad depressing. Butcher Billy gives it a fun twist by creating fake cover art for Morrissey & Marr's most famous songs.
[GAME-INSPIRED] Watch the evolution of the infamous Japanese video game brand in two minutes or so. From the 1980 Game & Watch to the 2012 Wii U, the entire history of Nintendo unfold before our eyes in an explosion of animations.
[DIGITALLY-INSPIRED] A collection of A3 posters illustrates the worst clients feedbacks ever received by the Irish creative community. The illustrations point out the misunderstanding which can happen between a "suit" and a designer.