James Victore Live. A History of the Title Sequence. A short film by Jurjen Versteeg, designed as a possible title sequence for a documentary on tile sequences. (…) This film shows a history of the title sequence in a nutshell.
The sequence includes all the names of title designers who had a revolutionary impact on the history and evolution of the title sequence. Georges Méliès - Un Voyage Dans La Lune, Saul Bass - Psycho, Maurice Binder - Dr. No, Stephen Frankfurt - To Kill A Mockingbird, Pablo Ferro - Dr. Strangelove, Richard Greenberg - Alien, Kyle Cooper - Seven, Danny Yount - Kiss Kiss Bang Bang / Sherlock Holmes Find some more info on Forget the film, watch the titles. (Found via The Casual Optimist) India Block Printing. Font Generator Prototyp-O.
A web-application, built on the Processing language (see: processing.org ) by a student from the “Arts Décoratifs” in Strazbourg, Yannick Mathey, intended to design letterforms. Explaining it would take far too long. Just take a look at the video to see how fiddling with the different parameters changes the attributes of the letters. Yannick explains (in the comments on the Vimeo-pages) that of course he didn’t intend to replace the type designer, yet his app is designed to facilitate experimentation. For every parameter markers are set up to indicate trespassing the rules of what is commonly considered good design, yet the markers are also there to be crossed, opening up the possibilities to generate extraordinary forms. Rimino - The E-paper Mobile. The Return of Isidro Ferrer. This weekend I noticed that the video on one of my posts on Isidro Ferrer (from the beginning of last year, the very beginnings of this blog!)
Was missing. ( See here and here and here for the other posts) What a shame! I so loved the little video which showed lots of work and a glimpse of the studio of this Spanish illustrator/graphic designer. After I dried my tears I decided to try and contact the people who put the video on Vimeo in the first place. You never know, maybe they would put the video back up soon? Nah. But…. they did point me in the direction of a rather new portfolio site Ferrer put up, one which I had never seen before and which had tons and tons of his beautiful work on display!
So: time for a new post on Isidro Ferrer who is, you guessed that by now, one of my favorite image makers around. For plenty more examples of his work, visit Isidro Ferrer's portfolio site. The Visionaries. Nice site.
A collection of video portraits of creative people. One time it’s a graphic designer, then a street artist, a musician, a fashion designer or what not… In their own words: a creative series of video portraits that portrays individuals telling passionately their story about their art, passions, interests and on how they make their dreams live, to make them real. Check out their trailer and below, the latest installment. If you like what you see, you can find more on www.the-visionaries.com. The Books of Irma Boom. Letterpress by Naomie Ross. 99 Graphic Design Resources.
Posted on 25'08 Feb Posted on February 25, 2008 along with 417 JUST™ Creative Comments Below is a list of 99+ graphic design resources, in English and (and a few other languages), that all designers must know about.
It is sorted by category (click to go to category): For more resources you can check out the 101 Places To Get Design Inspiration. Also don’t forget to subscribe for more graphic design resources. 1 Spunk United An excellent magazine with a selection of the worlds best artists providing inspiration, interviews, articles and more. 2 FreeLance Switch (No longer active) The community site of reference for all freelances. 3 Computer Arts The site of the excellent international magazine Computer Arts. 4 David Airey A graphic and logo designer who shares his knowledge on these areas. 5 Behance.
History of Graphic Design (and more): Ed Fella.
Ads. Theory. Letterpress. Motiongraphics. Portfolio. Interviews. Calligraphy. Type. Posters. Book covers. Record covers. Non-western typography.