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Graphic Exchange - The blog of Mr Cup - graphic design, print, identity, products and more...

Graphic Exchange - The blog of Mr Cup - graphic design, print, identity, products and more...
After weeks of work, I am pleased to present my new portfolio. It will be now under the name as after working freelance for years, I am now in a real studio with Jef working with me. He designs this website and I thanks him for that, I guess it is important to have a new eye on your own work ! An important thing to was to separate the project for what I was commissioned to do by clients and companies and the work on I self-initiated and do with other designers and creatives like the letterpress calendar and the Walter magazine done with the mediafix team ! Here come some of the latest works I have done over the past work and never found time to present in details !

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Filthy India Photos, Chinese Netizen Reactions Note from Fauna: The following post and collection of photographs spread on the Chinese internet in 2008. On Tianya, Mop, LiuLiu (and many other Chinese forums): Reflections in the midst of extreme poverty and filth — a record of a trip in India India is the dirtiest country I have ever been to. I have heard people say that Pakistan, which is to the west and Bangladesh, to the east, are worse, but that is probably beyond the limits of my imagination. In two months in India, I went from south to north, visiting some tourist towns that I had read about. .: Archive After watching The Great UX Debate, it was interesting to revisit this blog post I made back in 2010 on what for me was a new experience at that time. When Print Met Digital December 20, 2010 Recent advances in digital media have caused a re-occurring debate amongst designers that questions the relationship between digital and print design. It appears as though the two disciplines, until recently, have been able to co-exist relatively independently. But with a rapidly improving Internet browsing experience and the advent of devices such as the iPhone and iPad, many creative agencies are finding their clients eager to board the digital bandwagon. The immediacy and precision of digital communication is effective and lucrative.

12 Books Every Designer Should Own Good design requires equal parts skill and instinct. To stay sharp and fresh, taking yourself to school every once and a while is key. No, not an endless stream of YouTube tutorials. 50 Design Blogs You Have To Read In 2015 - Shillington Design Blog Hello readers! Guess what? We’ve updated this list for the new year. The Design Blog - Design Inspiration The Food Field by Parámetro Studio “Organic food store located in San Pedro GG, México. We created all the visual identity; from naming, packaging and all sales peripherals. The lost boys of Bucharest Fashion photographer and filmmaker, Joost Vandebrug’s latest project sees him roaming the streets and tunnels of Bucharest. In a world devoid of parental guidance, the stereotypical tropes are there; drug abuse, run-ins with the law, gang-mentality, yet they are eclipsed and often subverted by the familial bond between these so-called ‘Lost Boys’ - Bucharest’s youth left behind after the fallout of Communism. Led by a myserious tattooed character known as 'Bruce Lee', the group make up just four of an estimated thousand homeless children who end up forming tunnel communities together. Vandebrug has been documenting the lives of these homeless boys since 2011 and is now gathering together over 6000 stills and 30 hours of HD footage, all ready to be aired but in need of a financial boost.

10 of My Favorite Infographics Infographics also know as information graphics are visual representations of knowledge or data. The infogrpahics can give small or complex amounts of information quickly for a reader to look at. Examples of these graphics can be seen on signs, maps, electrical schematics and almost anything you want to use a infographic. If you can write it then it might be possible to create an infographic. Adult Coloring Book Combined with Journaling Offers Multiple Forms of Relief in One Notebook Over the past year, we’ve admired many coloring books for adults. Their relaxing qualities make them an ideal way to unwind from the stresses of daily life. The makers of the ColoringNotebook have taken this idea a step further by joining the joy of coloring with notebook paper.

The Science of Creativity - Graphic Design Yes, Sweden bring me one of these flying carpets please! Oyyo. Woos (2010) by PetPunk from Lithuania. Am back from the UK, and here is Japan's Myoshka. The unofficial poster of this track. We're Open is a fantastic graphic design and advertising studio from Stepney, Australia.

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