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Johnnie Walker Tackles Driving Drunk Head-On

When Johnnie Walker signed onto the Join the Pact initiative to promote responsible drinking, the whisky maker did more than lend its name to the campaign; it gave an impactful demonstration of what might happen when you drink and drive. Marketing agency APAC Iris Singapore worked with Johnnie Walker to create this 90-second public service [...]

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Freddy’s Kaleidoscope of Motion Design

The symmetrical patterns and multiple reflections created by a kaleidoscope served as the perfect metaphor for the art of dance and gymnastics – and a means to demonstrate the ease of movement offered by the dance and fitness apparel manufactured by Freddy Wr.UP of Italy. For the making of the video, DLV BBDO Milan collaborated [...]

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Greek EcoNews Intro

Anthimos Xenos in Athens, Greece, produced this animated introduction for the Greek environmental television network, EcoNews. For the 30-second video, Xenos served as art and creative director, motion designer and 3-D animator, and completed the project from start to finish in one month. Music and sound compositing was by Xenakis Lefteris and additional direction by [...]

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Intentionally Designed by Apple

It is nice to see that Apple is still channeling Steve Jobs in this new ad campaign by TBWA/Chiat/Day. The “Intention” video is classic Apple. Like Apple’s products and its packaging, it feels elegant, devoid of fussiness and ostentation. It communicates simply, directly, softly. It doesn’t provide boastful descriptions of its own engineering prowess or [...]

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The History of Typography in Stop-Motion Animation

There are many videos about various aspects of typography, and we’ve posted several of them here, but this is the only one I’ve seen to date that explains the evolution of type faces in such an engaging, clear and concise manner. The video was made by Ben Barrett-Forrest of Forrest Media, a graphic design and [...]

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Oreo Wonderfilled Campaign Tackles Cynicism

When Oreo launched its Pollyannishly optimistic “Wonderfilled” ad campaign recently, it chose to air it on AMC’s darkly cynical “Mad Men. ” Quoted in AdAge, Janda Lukin, director of Oreo at Mondelez International, Inc., says that the show’s adult audience is the demographic Oreo wanted to attract. “Kids already have a sense of wonder in [...]

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Remembering Saul’s Drive-Time Interviews

Today would have been the legendary Saul Bass’s 93rd birthday and Google Doodle has paid tribute to him on its homepage by piecing together some of his signature film title sequences – “Vertigo,” “The Man with the Golden Arm,” “Psycho,” “Anatomy of a Murder,” “West Side Story,” among others. This brought to mind my brief [...]

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BBC Explains DNA

BBC Knowledge & Learning (K&L) is exploring a range of topics, from social history to science, in a series of three-minute online Explainer documentaries. In this case, London-based Territory Studio was commissioned to produce an animated film on the subject of DNA. The Territory team, led by art director/ animator William Samuel, chose a primer-like [...]

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Moleskine Introduces Color

For decades, Moleskine has been renowned for its little black notebook that artists, designers, and writers carry with them everywhere to capture their first inklings of brilliant ideas. Other brands offer notebooks too, but only Moleskine, in iconic black with its external elastic band and ribbon bookmark, signals that you are an authentic and serious [...]

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Gangham Style Flipbook Animation

Not much is known about the artist who created this Gangnam Style video, except that he goes by the moniker “etoilec1” on YouTube. The hand-drawn images are synced precisely to the music, making this animation fun to watch. Some report that the audio had to be removed for copyright issues, but it is up now…for [...]

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Blue Mondays Made Brighter by Starbucks

Starbucks in the UK found a novel way to promote its discount latte special, available only on Mondays until February 18. London-based ad agency AMV BBDO created a stop-motion video to tout other great events that happened on a Monday, citing Neil Armstrong’s first walk on the moon, the first chiming of Big Ben, the [...]

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WWF Moving Still Photos

With the right technology (and talent), there’s no such thing as still photos anymore. The technique in this video is called “parallax effect,” which makes it appear that objects closer to the viewer move faster than those that are farther away. Joe Fellows from Make Productions in London made this film using still images from [...]

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Jekyll & Hyde: A Moving Story

New technologies go through a number of phases as they progress from “drawing board” idea to prototype to public awareness, assessment of possibilities, learning and experimentation, to practical applications. Augmented reality (AR) seems to be in the late experimentation phase, although some very practical commercial uses are being introduced. Here two Swiss AR experts Martin [...]

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Hyundai’s Hyper-Matrix Block Party

At the Expo 2012 in Korea, Hyundai Motor Group staged a mind-blowing display using a controller area network (CAN) called mechatronic. This is a message-based protocol originally designed for automotive applications and now also used in areas such as industrial automation and medical equipment. Hyundai’s Hyper-Matrix installation was designed by Seoul media arts firm Jonpasang. [...]

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Projection Mapping Feat

Directed by Filip Sterckx for a Belgian band named Willow, this music video for the song “Sweater” is a tour-de-force in 3-D projection mapping. Three projectors were used to beam backgrounds onto the floor and two blank walls, while the singer feigned movement by “strolling” on a treadmill. The video seamlessly takes the guy through [...]

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The Scoop on Poop

It’s tempting to turn this story into a string of crappy jokes, but the subject is no laughing matter. In Seattle this week, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation hosted a two-day “Reinvent the Toilet” fair, attended by scientists and entrepreneurs eager to demonstrate their wares. To put these inventions to a credible test, the [...]

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  • Gung Hay Fat Choy!

    Designer/illustrator Craig Frazier commemorated the “Year of the Horse” with this poster.

    Lettering Large

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    AIGA InsideOut SF

    Brian Jacobs of Brick Design created this Golden Gate Poster for AIGA InsideOut SF.

    Pretty Pictures

    A beautiful monograph of the work of Canadian artist Marian Bantjes created between 2003–2012.

    Sunbeam Rd. "Breathers"

    Music and graphics by Brick designer Clive Hacker, the new Breathers LP is out in 12” vinyl and digital download.

    Shadow Type

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    Puffin Chalk

    "Chalk Queen", Dana Tanamachi, illustrated and hand lettered a series of gorgeous covers for classic stories published by Puffin Books.

    Deceptive Practice

    Showing around the U.S. a documentary that highlights the astounding visual magic of Ricky Jay.

    Boston Marathon Tribute

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    A 20th Century Look at Environmental Design

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    Gung Hay Fat Choy!

    Designer/illustrator Craig Frazier commemorated the “Year of the Snake” with this poster.

    Graphic Art & Design Annual 11–12

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    German Chocolate Packaging

    When you are in Munich visit Cafe Luitpold for fabulous coffee, cake with schlagsahne, and unique chocolate packaging.

    Spark Design Awards Annual

    The release of the first Spark Design Awards Annual is slated for August 25th.

    Primo Angeli’s
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    This poster by San Francisco-based designer Primo Angeli was named the winner of the 2012 U.S. Olympic Committee poster competition.

    SFMTA Rebrand

    The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency recently unveiled it's new logo, designed by Paul Miller of Method Design.

    Girls Scouts’ 100th Anniversary Stamp

    Just released, this centennial Girl Scout stamp is designed by Craig Frazier.

    100 Ideas That Changed Graphic Design

    One of a new series of books on 100 ideas That Changed Graphic Design, Film, Fashion, and Architecture by Steven Heller and Véronique Vienne. Bravo!

    The Build Network

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    Great British
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    This stamp, which features a Vivienne Westwood outfit, is part of a 10 piece set that honors British fashion legends throughout the decades from Paul Smith to Alexander McQueen.

    Another Book…

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    Your Profit
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    Jean-Benoit Levy, noted Swiss poster designer, created this poster concerning the powerless position an individual has facing the war effort throughout the world.

    Altered Lanscape

    Altered Landscape, a celebration of the Nevada Museum of Art's 80th Anniversary is now on exhibition in Reno, Nevada. A lavish book, designed by Brad Bartlett.

    Vanishing Species Stamp

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    Limited Edition 9/11 Poster Available

    Studio Hinrichs has produced a limited edition 9/11 commemorative poster to benefit the NYC Firefighters Brotherhood Foundation.

    Spark Pro Competition

    The 2011 Spark Competition registration runs through September–November and is open to all designers, architects, and industrial designers.

    Happy Birthday Hatch Show Print!

    A Nashville original, Hatch Show Print celebrates its 132nd year as a letterpress shop. They have created posters for America's country and western stars for generations.

    Cheeky Covers

    Bloomberg Businessweek introduces two covers for the Valentines issue on the "Infidelity Economy". Click here to peek at the men's cover.

    Industrial Designer Stamps

    United States Postal Service announces the publication of 12 commemorative stamps on American Industrial Designers in July 2011.

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    @issue

    Back issues (single copies or complete sets) of @issue: Journal of Business and Design are available for sale from Corporate Design Foundation. Contact CDF here.

    365 Typographic Calendar

    The 2011 365 Calendar is now available for the tenth year. For more information, click here.

    American Craft Redesign

    American Craft Magazine, published over the last 70 years by the American Craft Council, boasts a new look and feel in the December/January issue.

    Levi’s
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    A change in the finishing process let’s Levi’s cut water use by as much as 96% in its new Water<Less jeans line, a total savings of 16 million gallons of water by spring 2011.

    Twitter Cookbook

    Author Maureen Evans condenses over 1,000 recipes – from lemon lentil soup to biscotti – down to 140 characters or less.

    Unique Poster

    35th annual American Indian Film Festival

    “Day of the Dead” Tequila

    Dr. Lemon Tequila in Argentina marks Latin America’s Day of the Dead festivities (November 2) with this advertisement, designed by Plenty in Buenos Aires.

    Logo Licious!

    Peleg Top’s latest book on international logos has just been published; it’s an interesting array of global large and small firms.

    Hand/Eye Magazine

    Hand/Eye describes people, places, products, projects and ideas that bridge the worlds of art and craft, design and development, culture and commerce, and environment and ethics.

    Scout's Honor

    US Postal Service has just released a commemorative stamp celebrating the 100 anniversary of the Boy Scouts in America, designed by Craig Frazier.

    PUBLIC Bikes

    Rob Forbes, founder of Design Within Reach, has launched PUBLIC, a collection of modern bikes and gear for cyclists who want to ride in style.

    TO Watch

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