The Design of my Thoughts

holtermonster:

Poster for the Cooper-Young Festival Friday 4-Miler 

holtermonster:

Poster for the Cooper-Young Festival Friday 4-Miler 

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lickystickypickywe:

The food truck craze has officially hit Manila, Philippines by way of the Guactruck, a modern mobile eatery full of sustainable initiatives. The truck itself is a used delivery truck that has been outfitted locally with LED and energy-saving lighting.

Too bad this Filipino-Mexican food truck can’t swing its way elsewhere in the world for a peek at the truck and a chance to taste the delicious-looking food.

The design for the packaging is a creative solution to the wastefulness that most containers are today with it’s single cardboard, origami-inspired design. It’s made of biodegradable paperboard that is easy to recycle. Customers are encouraged to bring their used packaging back and will receive a free meal once they’ve returned 10. The packaging will then be sent for recycling. All of the cutlery used is made from cornstarch and biodegrades within 90 days.

More amazing picture of this design gem over here


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WAY OF THE DAVID on the Behance Network

not sure I agree with the statement, but nice design nevertheless


WAY OF THE DAVID on the Behance Network

not sure I agree with the statement, but nice design nevertheless

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ciablog:

Here’s Julene Harrison’s latest cover for the Washington Post Spring 2012 Arts Preview.  Vibrant and full of life we’re loving Julene’s light approach to this typographical execution.
Here’s what she had to say about the project;
“They wanted the piece to feel alive and fresh, and evoke the exciting feeling of the start of spring. 
I design my work on the computer first, so there is opportunity for changes before I commit the art to paper.  It also allows us to try different mock backgrounds. In this case we tried a few single colour/gradient grounds in spring shades but they felt a little flat.  Susana (Art Director at the Washington Post) suggested photographing the paper-cut on a grass background, as that was something I had experimented with before.  
The grass in the UK in January leaves a little to be desired, so although I did try photographing the work outside I also shot the piece on astroturf.  I think the effect is great - so bright and vivid!

Mc Donald’s have exactly the same style in their food trays :/

ciablog:

Here’s Julene Harrison’s latest cover for the Washington Post Spring 2012 Arts Preview.  Vibrant and full of life we’re loving Julene’s light approach to this typographical execution.

Here’s what she had to say about the project;

“They wanted the piece to feel alive and fresh, and evoke the exciting feeling of the start of spring. 

I design my work on the computer first, so there is opportunity for changes before I commit the art to paper.  It also allows us to try different mock backgrounds. In this case we tried a few single colour/gradient grounds in spring shades but they felt a little flat.  Susana (Art Director at the Washington Post) suggested photographing the paper-cut on a grass background, as that was something I had experimented with before.  

The grass in the UK in January leaves a little to be desired, so although I did try photographing the work outside I also shot the piece on astroturf.  I think the effect is great - so bright and vivid!

Mc Donald’s have exactly the same style in their food trays :/

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inspirationfeed:

The yellow swoosh looks like a smile: Amazon.com want to have the best customer satisfaction. While providing great serve, they want you to know that their store has everything from a to z. Simple yet effective right?

inspirationfeed:

The yellow swoosh looks like a smile: Amazon.com want to have the best customer satisfaction. While providing great serve, they want you to know that their store has everything from a to z. Simple yet effective right?

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inspirationfeed:

You probably already know this one, but for those who do not: Look between the “E” and the “x”. In the white space there is an arrow that subliminally represents speed and precision. Now that we mentioned it, you will probably see the arrow all the time!

inspirationfeed:

You probably already know this one, but for those who do not: Look between the “E” and the “x”. In the white space there is an arrow that subliminally represents speed and precision. Now that we mentioned it, you will probably see the arrow all the time!

(Source: inspirationfeed)

i love little animated infographics!

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Cat Sevens - Father & Son 

Cat Sevens - Father & Son 

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inspirationfeed:

A Man of His Word by Straye-Close
The artist paid close attention to detail. He incorporated the name of the actor, Morgan Porterfield Freeman Jr, movies and TV shows from the actor’s biography, character’s name, quotes from his movies and the actor’s awards. The words unite in a detail-orientated profile of Morgan Freeman.

inspirationfeed:

A Man of His Word by Straye-Close

The artist paid close attention to detail. He incorporated the name of the actor, Morgan Porterfield Freeman Jr, movies and TV shows from the actor’s biography, character’s name, quotes from his movies and the actor’s awards. The words unite in a detail-orientated profile of Morgan Freeman.

(Source: inspirationfeed)