Convoy – CREATIVE BUSINESS PARTNERS client: dior An interactive retail installation in which customers can learn about the making of the classic Dior Homme jacket. The future of retail. An in-store interactive installation. The spirit of Dior Homme tailoring is reflected in the timeless essential of the male wardrobe: the Dior suit. Justin Johnson - Smoke & Mirrors The Story... Justin Johnson's highly anticipated double album "Smoke & Mirrors" is the most comprehensive musical statement yet made, about the past, present, and future of handmade American Roots instruments~ A sensory immersive musical journey that will have you spellbound from the first note. The "Smoke" album highlights the builds of some of the most talented, innovative, and artistic luthiers in the world today.
Saul Bass Designer Saul Bass Saul Bass (May 8, 1920 — April 25, 1996) was a graphic designer and filmmaker, perhaps best known for his design of film posters and title sequences. During his 40-year career Bass worked for some of Hollywood’s greatest filmmakers, including Alfred Hitchcock, Stanley Kubrick, Otto Preminger, Billy Wilder, and Martin Scorsese. He became well-known in the film industry after creating the title sequence for Otto Preminger’s The Man with the Golden Arm in 1955. For Alfred Hitchcock, Bass designed effective and memorable title sequences, inventing a new type of kinetic typography, for North by Northwest, Vertigo (working with John Whitney), and Psycho.
Examples of Work June, 2015 Packaging Jon Brooks May, 2015 Website Essem Design May, 2015 Packaging Vasas flora och fauna April, 2015 Identity Sing a Song Fighter March, 2015 Book Martin Ålund February, 2015 Identity Adisgladis January, 2015 Book Patrik Karlström December, 2014 Identity Record Mania November, 2014 Graphics .SE October, 2014 Poster Voice September, 2014 Identity Hotel Koster August, 2014 Publication Essem Design July, 2014 Identity Studio Källbom June, 2014 Identity Essem Design April, 2014 Identity Polyester February, 2014 Poster More Than Human February, 2014 Poster Malin Hellkvist Sellén January, 2014 Packaging Essem Design December, 2013 Publication Kjell Strandqvist November, 2013 Identity Minna Palmqvist October, 2013 Book Hans Isaksson September, 2013 Poster Children Toy Foundation
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these vintage ads will make you nostalgic for the 90s If you're only as cool as your last #tbt, Halima Olalemi must be the coolest of them all. Under the handle @adarchives, the Nigerian-born, London-based graphic designer has been posting a storm of her endless archive of vintage ads on Instagram and Tumblr. Plucked from the likes of mags including i-D, Sleazenation, and The Face, these ripped up pages are rare finds, relics of a lost past. A self-confessed hoarder, what begun as Halima's personal project soon became a collaborative art series, as East London's Superimpose Studio began lending its curatorial hand. Now, having amassed a sizeable collection, Halima is currently looking into ways of expanding the project further — whether through the physical form of a book or opening an immersive online gallery.
Can City aug 18, 2013 Can City by Alexander GrovesAzusa Murakami from uk designer's own words: Studio Swine has made a mobile aluminium foundry which runs on waste cooking oil. The furnace melts aluminium cans to create a 'Cast On Demand' system for the streets of São Paulo. The New Theatre - The Sydney Office of Interbrand. Established in 1932, the New Theatre is a proudly independent theater in Sydney, Australia. “We’re not slick, we’re not refined and we don’t conform,” is only one of many statements it makes, “We believe in artistic and social expression, not just escapism. When we take the stage, we’re for real.” Or “We’re driven by passion, not money.”
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