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Nov 18
jaymug:

The Colors of Corporate America

jaymug:

The Colors of Corporate America

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Nov 14
weandthecolor:

Never Forever Never for Now

Designed by The Luxury of Protest.
“A quantitative visualisation of the transient nature of empire. The visualisation graphs all known empires, colonies and territorial occupations from 2334 BCE to the present day. Each empire occupies a slice of the pie graph with a known start (+) and end (×) date. Each slice is assigned a transparency value of 10% allowing for concurrent empires to be visualised – the more empires that occupy the same period of time in history, the whiter the graph. As history progresses, humankind’s competition for wealth, resources and the relentless drive toward conquest and occupation can be clearly seen in the graph.”
More poster design inspiration.
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weandthecolor:

Never Forever Never for Now

Designed by The Luxury of Protest.

“A quantitative visualisation of the transient nature of empire. The visualisation graphs all known empires, colonies and territorial occupations from 2334 BCE to the present day. Each empire occupies a slice of the pie graph with a known start (+) and end (×) date. Each slice is assigned a transparency value of 10% allowing for concurrent empires to be visualised – the more empires that occupy the same period of time in history, the whiter the graph. As history progresses, humankind’s competition for wealth, resources and the relentless drive toward conquest and occupation can be clearly seen in the graph.”

More poster design inspiration.

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weandthecolor:

FITC Amsterdam 2012
Design, technology and cool shit… Check out more information here.
More graphic design inspiration.
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weandthecolor:

FITC Amsterdam 2012

Design, technology and cool shit… Check out more information here.

More graphic design inspiration.

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Nov 2
insomniackdesigns:

Broadway Poster - Based off of the song “Something To Talk” About by Bonnie Raitt.

Again, posters don’t have to be minimalist to be interesting!

insomniackdesigns:

Broadway Poster - Based off of the song “Something To Talk” About by Bonnie Raitt.

Again, posters don’t have to be minimalist to be interesting!


freakyfauna:

Double Suicide. Film poster by Kiyoshi Awazu (1969).
Found here.

Posters don’t have to be minimalist to be interesting

freakyfauna:

Double Suicide.
Film poster by Kiyoshi Awazu (1969).

Found here.

Posters don’t have to be minimalist to be interesting





weandthecolor:

Piano Key
Illustration by Matt Leyen.
Thanks Matt for adding your work to the WE AND THE COLOR Flickr Group.
More illustration inspiration.
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weandthecolor:

Piano Key

Illustration by Matt Leyen.

Thanks Matt for adding your work to the WE AND THE COLOR Flickr Group.

More illustration inspiration.

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adteachings:

I love love love this ad, partly because it’s headline-driven, but mainly because it’s found a way to rephrase a cliché in its category.
In alcohol advertising, the notion of patient aging is eye-rollingly familiar. But here, the writer has given it fresh meaning and purpose. By linking the start date of the advertising to the readiness of the product, the writer communicates that the distillers had enough dedication to quality to forgo a quick buck sooner.
Awesome work. Thanks to Chris Clark for the find.

adteachings:

I love love love this ad, partly because it’s headline-driven, but mainly because it’s found a way to rephrase a cliché in its category.

In alcohol advertising, the notion of patient aging is eye-rollingly familiar. But here, the writer has given it fresh meaning and purpose. By linking the start date of the advertising to the readiness of the product, the writer communicates that the distillers had enough dedication to quality to forgo a quick buck sooner.

Awesome work. Thanks to Chris Clark for the find.


Nov 1
typeverything:

Typeverything.com - Security breach by Laura Serra.

typeverything:

Typeverything.com - Security breach by Laura Serra.


weandthecolor:

What If Cats Were Using The Internet All Along?
Part of the toy stories series by Aled Lewis.
More creative inspiration.
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weandthecolor:

What If Cats Were Using The Internet All Along?

Part of the toy stories series by Aled Lewis.

More creative inspiration.

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Oct 24

agenerousdesigner:

Fuck main street - The 1 Percent by Seven:Seven Corp

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typeverything:

Typeverything.com - Eat Real by Jayde A. Cardinalli.

typeverything:

Typeverything.com - Eat Real by Jayde A. Cardinalli.


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