Posts tagged graphic design

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Pringles can improved with Bloom Chips

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The Pringles can is a design failure. When you put your whole hand in it you only get three chips out in it’s entirely. When you shake the chips into the beginning of the tube you’re taking a risk at receiving a chippy lap dance.

The Bloom Chips can solves these problems. The can, that won a RedDot Design Award, unfolds like a flower in the morning sun when the paper sleeve comes off, creating a serving bowl.

via Techna Bob

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Make a good pie crust - With a little help

Graphic designer Asley Ross designed a nice and simple way to create the perfect pie crust. The recipe and instructions are placed around your working circle so you don’t have to turn cookbook pages with dirty hands. Just swipe away the surplus flower and your ready for the next step for a crusty crust.

source Aruko to Candy

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Wallpaper patterns made with thousands of stickers

Payton Cosell Turner is a graphic artist from Brooklyn NY, who designs site-specific wallpaper.  Each wallpaper pattern is made up of thousands of hand-applied stickers, and can be removed and re-applied in any space.

The wallpaper above is designed for a art exhibit called “The Salon at Sundown” A multi-media exhibition by Brian Kaspr and Payton Turner.

Source BoingBoing


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You just keep watching..

You just keep watching..

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Love It! - The conversation starter

Photo & Text ©EverydayCharlie

I didn’t get it. At DMY Berlin ‘11 there was some kind of bowlingalley with witty designed little card figurines that where lying down on the floor. At the start of the ally was placed a cube with text projected on it and next to the track was a man standing proud as a peacock but shy as a mouse. I asked if I could take some pictures (normally a great way to start a conversation with shy designers) he just said: ‘Yes’ and I did so..


Back in Holland I took the opportunity to check out the meaning of the whole deal and found out that it is just lovely. The little card man and women are conversation starters and the aim of the project is to share a love for design with both the audience and participants of the DMY festival. Love it (< the name of the project) is a well designed parlour game by Jerzy Tchórzewski. It’s an invitation for interaction in analogue and digital form. While the project makes use of QR codes, a multimedia projection and a network application, it also encourages the most approachable form of contact: by playing cards.

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How Would You Like Your Graphic Design?
I know a couple of graphic designers and I enjoy sitting in a bar with them and listen and laugh out loud by hearing the stories they got about their costumers. Artist always have a hard time explaining the costs they make for designing. (Until they are death and everybody honours the talented they were and are willing to paid loads of money.)
Hereby a simple Infographic that made me LOL ones again. Made by: Colin Harman. Luckily it&#8217;s so popular he sells them as well.

Text ©EverydayCharlie

How Would You Like Your Graphic Design?

I know a couple of graphic designers and I enjoy sitting in a bar with them and listen and laugh out loud by hearing the stories they got about their costumers. Artist always have a hard time explaining the costs they make for designing. (Until they are death and everybody honours the talented they were and are willing to paid loads of money.)

Hereby a simple Infographic that made me LOL ones again. Made by: Colin Harman. Luckily it’s so popular he sells them as well.

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The Tadpole from Passion Pictures on Vimeo.

The Tadpole from Guillaume Delaunay

Sooo adorable! I just love the way it’s drawn and the sound effects are brilliant! it seems to be a pilot for a whole new cartoon.

Concept by: Guillaume Delaunay

Found @ The Illustrators Wife

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Did you know I have a ‘thing’ for infograpics? This one is based on the Paris subway.
(I could not find a source. if anyone knows who made this , mail me.)

Did you know I have a ‘thing’ for infograpics? This one is based on the Paris subway.

(I could not find a source. if anyone knows who made this , mail me.)

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