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pandemic creativity

Posted on | April 29, 2009 | No Comments

seems like there is always room for a little bit of creativity – even on the masks people wear against the swine flu. i like it, don’t let yourself down too much. you gotta stay positive these days.


nike and lebron james

Posted on | April 29, 2009 | No Comments

the graphic design studio hort in berlin did some really nice stuff for nike. actually developed a font, word mark, posters, motion graphics and other stuff. saw it a few years back but came across it again and still think it looks great, cool and contemporary. also take a look at hort’s website, they do other interesting stuff too.


peter funch

Posted on | April 29, 2009 | No Comments

check out the portfolio of photographer peter funch. not sure what i think about his “crash” series but it definitely stood out. most of his other stuff is good and fun photography just with less stopping power. i didn’t expect this stuff after seeing his other images first. and as somewhat disturbing as these images are there is oddly enough a fashionable aspect to the aesthetics.


sweet puma product demo

Posted on | April 26, 2009 | No Comments

it takes a little bit to load and runs a bit slow at times but it’s worth it to check out. very nice product demo, fun and inviting to explore.

japanese topography

Posted on | April 24, 2009 | 2 Comments

check out these amazing topography images of japanese landscapes done by hajime ishikawa. think they are beautiful and poetic in a very simple and graphical way. i am amazed, not that i’d be into topography that much but i’d definitely hang these up on my walls.




shot in the back of my head

Posted on | April 24, 2009 | No Comments

david lynch directed this video for moby’s “shot in the back of my head” song. nice!

LA glas tower

Posted on | April 24, 2009 | No Comments

“the glass tower by eric owen moss architects is posed to be encourage a re-development in south central los angeles. the building has been in planning since the nineties but was stalled for some years until it was re-designed in 2006 as a single tower. a rail line installed nearby spurred the redesign. the structure is part of the redevelopment of south central LA, an area plagued with poverty and violence for many years. the project was originally conceived of with a structural strategy, consisting of curvilinear ribbons wrapping two main volumes.”

more about it at

from designboom

that hurts

Posted on | April 23, 2009 | No Comments

apple does a pretty good job again punching the pc. now i want the pc world to respond! come on. also imagine how people in an apple store would react to the actor coming in. wonder what they’d do? would probably make a nice guerilla marketing initiative.

nice, giant cheetos

Posted on | April 23, 2009 | 1 Comment

wow, what a spectacular failure

Posted on | April 23, 2009 | 1 Comment

check out peter arnell explaining the new tropicana rebranding/packaging that has been taken back to the old version. although i have to say, i quite liked the new packaging and look. and now that the new ones are taken off the market they might become collectables.


setting fire to your house

Posted on | April 23, 2009 | No Comments

honestly, i barely understand anything from what the blank dogs in “setting fire to your house” are singing about but i like the video style a lot.

shoot the garamond

Posted on | April 21, 2009 | No Comments

fun online game for everyone who is into typography. try it and test your typo knowledge. most likely you suck, take that for an expectation.


just awesome

Posted on | April 21, 2009 | 1 Comment

john pasche’s poster design for the rolling stones european and american tour. what is it that this old stuff often looks so cool? i don’t know, maybe because there is some timeless coolness out there.


USB for on the road

Posted on | April 21, 2009 | No Comments

isn’t that something most gadget freaks waited for, especially those who live and work out of the car now after the economy took a dive. now you can charge pretty much every little toy you want. available soon by belkin. thanks.


what were they thinking?

Posted on | April 20, 2009 | No Comments

this is by far now the most terrible commercial i have seen produced by motorola in the last couple of years. can it get any cheesier? what were those guys from motorola thinking and what have they done to the brand? i’d like to ask the same question the guys from ogilvy in london who came up with that shit.

the batwing was in such a good spot (leaving the product quality aside for a second). it was the only fashionable and progressive cell phone brand doing interesting stuff. and now?

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