Posts Tagged "posters"

October 12, 2012

30 Reasons.

Second round of 30 Reasons. Second time loving it. [You guys know where I stand politically] This one, by Elizabeth Amorose, is rad. Check the site daily or subscribe to the emails. And then—go vote.

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March 21, 2011

Informationgraphicstardom.

Konstantin Datz, Potsdam-based designer, must have an analytical mind—his infographics are stunning—for the visual interpretation of the topics, but also for the ability to show the essence of things and make the info digestible.

Also notable and beautifully designed is his “Armband für Gehörlose“—a bracelet created for deaf people. It visualizes environmental sounds into easily translatable pictograms and warns of dangerous situations like construction sites, honking and sirens via vibration. AMAZING CONCEPT.

happy monday friends!

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March 10, 2011

A Bunch of Crock

I’m not going to get into politics on this blog, but I think it’s pretty safe to say that public discourse these days has gotten a bit absurd.  And I think it’s also safe to say that Safwat Saleem would probably agree.

A Pakistani designer living in Arizona, Saleem has seen the brunt of this insanity up close and personal, and decided to do something about it.  Something that he fully admits probably won’t change a thing, but something nonetheless.  We’ve seen that sometimes the best route to debunking bullshit is through satire and humor (see Stewart, John and Colbert, Stephen).  Saleem takes the same route with his politically charged and over the top exhibition.  Glad to see his exhibition was fully funded on Kickstarter, and I hope he gets some extra prints, because I’d definitely buy a few.  More below the kick.

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October 20, 2010

Print Day at KO-OP

The guys over at Grid Plane mean business when it comes to ping pong. They created some sweet posters to prove it. This video is a behind the scenes look at how they screen printed their posters for the event. Step one in psyching out your opponent, hang up your cool ass posters showing you are no joke. Step two, have your paddle in a hard case lined with velvet.

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