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Sagmeister & Walsh.

Sagmeister & Walsh.

http://sagmeisterwalsh.com/

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Circus Family We are Circus Family, a diverse group of Audio Visual storytellers whose mission is to create content that moves people. Our expertise includes motion design, graphics, animation, visual effects, live-action production and technical consultancy. We have made emotional connections with audiences with our short films, documentaries, animations, commercials and massive projection installations, among other things. And like every good circus, we’re always out to instill a sense of wonder and awe in our audience. Sometimes it’s the magic of a particular image sequence. Other times it’s how the graphics come to life in a special way that really touches people.

Horizon on Behance About The inspiration behind the Horizon project comes from a clumsy everyday experience we have all had before-- that awkward moment when we reflexive… Read More The inspiration behind the Horizon project comes from a clumsy everyday experience we have all had before-- that awkward moment when we reflexively try to push a button on the middle of our computer screen. Suddenly, we realize that with that tiny desperate ‘push’ we have just sullied our untouchable laptop screen. We live in a temporary era among touchable and untouchable screens. Sometimes as we have to switch back and forth between the two types, funny accidents may occur. Delicate Leaf Cuttings By Omid Asadi My name is Omid Asadi and I currently live in Manchester, United Kingdom. I created this work with carving and cutting techniques on actual fallen leaves using a craft knife and a needle. I always try to create pieces with a message, not just beautiful art. Some of these messages or ideas come from my world view, poems, stories, global problems and philosophy. I’m also inspired by other artists’ and designers’ works. More info: Facebook | artweb.com

LUMBRE 2013. "SOL Música". Channel branding. Charles Frederick Worth (1826–1895) and The House of Worth Early Career Charles Frederick Worth, the designer who dominated Parisian fashion in the latter half of the nineteenth century, was born in Bourne, Lincolnshire, England, on October 13, 1825. As a young man, Worth worked as an apprentice and clerk for two London textile merchants. In addition to gaining a thorough knowledge of fabrics and the business of supplying dressmakers during this time, he also visited the National Gallery and other collections to study historic portraits.

About - Artillery design motion graphics studio Artillery is an award winning motion graphics & film studio. We specialise in pushing the creative boundaries across many disciplines from branding, design and direction, to animation and motion graphics. Our strengths lie within a process of working with our quality in-house talents and a core of external specialists which means our clients benefit from getting top end skills and results for each and every job. We integrate very carefully with you and your brief, giving you great ideas or nurturing and growing the ones you already have. Clients;

Across Realities : FONTARTE ACROSS REALITIES. WOJCIECH BRUSZEWSKI The book is an attempt to review and re-interpretation of the works of Polish artist Wojciech Bruszewski (1947-2009). Bruszewski was multimedia artist who worked in photography, film, video, installation and computer graphics. 50 Inspirational Typographic Poster Designs The art of the typeface, from the typographer who creates them down to the designer who meticulously meddles with settings to get them just right in their designs — from the size to the letter spacing to the line length — is a complicated one. Many designers get overwhelmed just trying to get the typography right on simple websites. But here we have 50 typographic posters where the art lies in not just getting the letters right, but using them to paint the picture. These posters were made by masters of typography, and showcases the letters themselves at the forefront in a way no book or website does. Take a look at this collection of inspirational typographic poster designs for your own inspiration. Vintage Typography

Andy Goldsworthy - Melt Andy Goldsworthy Natural sculptures by Andy Goldsworthy. "Andy Goldsworthy is an extraordinary, innovative British artist whose collaborations with nature produce uniquely personal and intense artworks. Using a seemingly endless range of natural materials—snow, ice, leaves, bark, rock, clay, stones, feathers petals, twigs—he creates outdoor sculpture that manifests, however fleeting, a sympathetic contact with the natural world. Before they disappear, or as they disappear, Goldsworthy, records his work in superb colour photographs." Rivers and Tides -Full- Andy Goldsworthy Documentary 2003 Váscolo - WORKS New! CTC Network Logo IDs Motionlab

Snapshot of work - Boxer Brand Design The Challenge Weber, America’s best-loved barbeque experts needed to expand into more global markets. Their accessories range provides an opportunity to build the brand and sales beyond the initial purchase of the barbeque grill itself but the packaging lacked brand coherence and in-store presence. Furthermore, the ‘space hungry’ packs were not optimised for either retail efficiency or material usage. What we did Through out Holistic Packaging by DesignTM process we sought to optimise look & feel form & function & emotion.

20 Corporate Brand Logo Evolution Have you ever wonder how the first Apple logo looks in 30 years back? Did you know Volkswagen was Hitler’s idea? Or how the IBM logo changes over the time? Or where the Mercedes-Benz Brand And The Three-Pointed Star logo came from? As we already know that Logo is the identities that are fundamental to building a brand and communicating with the target audience. Francis Bacon Biography, Art, and Analysis of Works Born in Dublin, Francis Bacon was named after his famous ancestor, the English philosopher and scientist. His father, Edward, served in the army and later took a job in the War Office during World War I. In an interview with critic David Sylvester, Bacon attributed the connotations of violence in his paintings to the turbulent circumstances of his early life. A British regiment was stationed near his childhood home, and he remembered constantly hearing soldiers practicing maneuvers. Naturally, his father's position in the War Office alerted him to the threat of violence at an early age. Returning to Dublin after the war, he came of age amidst the early campaigns of the Irish nationalist movement.

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