How many of these film posters can you recongise with their titles digitally removed? Madani Bendjellal has created a fantastic Imgur.com gallery, and naming the films depicted is not as easy as you may think! Click an image below to see a larger version. For the answers, click the source link below. Source: “Removed” by […]
National mapping agency Ordnance Survey has launched a new brand identity which aims to better reflect its digital and data services and appeal to a younger audience. Click an image below to see a larger version. Source: Creative Review
This browser game teaches you how to draw perfect curves using the Photoshop and Illustrator pen tool. The game will show you a quick tutorial then take you through paths to try and follow, increasing in difficulty. Try it out by clicking the source link below. Source: The Bézier Game
This chocolate Lego concept, created Japanese designer Akihiro Mizuuchi, allows you to eat your creations after you’ve built them. Melted chocolate is poured into precisely designed Lego moulds and then popped out when cooled. The edible bricks are then ready to use like the regular toy bricks. See below for some of the creations Mizuuchi […]
This newspaper/magazine advert for Nescafé contains two popup coffee cups for you to share the moment with a friend. The below video shows the advert in action. Source: Nescafé Pop Up Café (YouTube)
This infographic shows a handful of parent companies, some you will of heard of, some more obscure, and all of the subsidiary brands. You will be amazed at the amount of household brands have that are owned by some of these companies. Click the thumbnail below to enlarge.
These images are not photographs, they are in fact 3D renders created by BBB3viz in an album called Tribeca Loft on Flickr. The incredibly detailed models were created in Autodesk 3ds Max and rendered out using the V-Ray renderer. The full album (in the source link below) contains lots more renders, equally as impressive as […]
These interesting concepts show re-designs of Google’s iconic search home page. They range from touch-optimised to completely minimalist. Click the thumbnails below to enlarge.
This very clever print advert hides a 3D kitchen, complete with gas hood and stove, within the classified ads section of a newspaper. The ad for Corona’s kitchens by Colombia-based designer Felipe Salazar plays with the geometry of classified ads and makes the kitchen pop right out at you.
Microsoft have released a video explaining the story behind the famous “Bliss” wallpaper that was on every Windows XP computer. Since the operating system was released over a decade ago, billions of people have seen the rolling hills and perfect blue sky that photographer Charles O’Rear reveals was shot just north of San Fransisco – […]