These Classic American travel posters, speaks right to my inner vintage-poster-lover-heart. Great use of typography. Made by Anderson Desing Group
I could go on and on about the stunningly dreamy photos in Amalia Chimeras portfolio Amalia Chimera is photographer, stop animator, motion graphics designer, and interaction designer. how can i get back with my ex Via Wild Thing zp8497586rq
Super cool “Dominoes” commercial for FedEx. Very impressive when you think of how much time this much have taken. Made by BBDO, Toronto, Canada. http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=Tlv 02a0-xQk Via Joes Daily
I”ve been a fan of Alex Varanese“s amazing work for a long time and with his n ewest update I”m glad to see him showing a different color range than reds and oranges. Gorgeous work. See Varanese”s earlier work here and here.
“Movember” is allround us these days. Even my own boyfriend is currently undergoing a mustache birth. So these ads for The Movember Foundation really made me smile. Made by tp://bensimonbyrne.com/”>Bensimon Byrne, Toronto, Canada. Via I believe in advertising
Benetton has really aced the Photoshop work on this campaign titled “Unhate”. Kind of makes me want to buy more clothes from Benetton. Made by Fabrica, Italy.
Elizaveta Porodina is a 24 year old photographer and student of psychology based in Munich. She was born in snowy Moscow and went to Germany when she was 13. Her photographs are inspi red by the almost constant feeling of melancholy. Glam rock and fairy worlds, interprets fashion with an often sexual aesthetic which is shaped by her psychological knowledge. Via Synaptic Stimuli
With the very cool series “Attraction and Repulsion” Damien Rudd explored the space and form of objects in relation to their surroundings. The plays of positive / negative space, line and di rection, attraction and repulsion. Via iGNANT
Absolutly incredible 3D street painting of a LEGO Terracotta Army. The guys behind is Planet Streetpainting, which is a collaboration of street artists based in the Netherlands. They created this crazy drawing during the Sarasota Chalk Festival in Florida for Pavement Art Through the Ages. Terracotta Army is a collection of terracotta sculptures depicting the vast army of Qin Shi Huang, China’s first emperor. The figures included warriors, chariots, horses, officials, acrobats, strongmen and even musicians, all of whom were featured in the chalk illustration. Via My Modern Met