With the increasingly digital world of image creation, Sean Adams of Lynda.com revisits just what it took to create layouts before tools like Photoshop, Illustrator, and Quark Express existed. Who remembers Letraset rub-ons?
Graphic designer Adam Ladd had his 5-year-old daughter look at popular brand logos and say what she thinks they are. Guess which of the four logos above she was able to name.
Equal parts game, social commentary and homage to iconic logos, the Brand Memory Game has players identifying matching cards based on the colors, style and typography of famous brand logos.
We love the eclectic collection of fonts and simple yet playful style that Pearlfisher has used to completely revamp the packaging for Jamie Oliver’s in store food and houseware lines.
We love the bold typography and nonsensical sayings that Noa Bembibre’s calendar has to offer. Sold in an edition of 700, it’s printed in four colors on and finished with black ribbon binding,
Spencer Bigum’s concept packaging for Duracell batteries is brilliant in its simplicity. The geeky covers should be a hit with consumers looking to power their game controllers and remote controls.
This 18″ x 24″ poster offers 282 sobriquets from the world of rap music, arranged according to semantics. Each poster is signed by the artists and numbered from the master edition.
Screw foam peanuts – this is how ballers roll. Use these banknote look-alikes as packaging cushion, as pillow stuffing or for cheap tycoon showers. Reusable, recyclable and biodegradable.