“I loved playing with negative space”: From design student to viral sensation to becoming the youngest ever Cannes Grand Prix winner, Jonathan Mak Long talks to Lürzer’s Archive about his journey, work and media ethics.
Read the full interview with the young designer here.
We were in New York attending Internet Week in May 2012, learning new things and getting creative fuel for future projects. We created this responsive website where we were feeding all our Instagrams, Foursquare check-ins and Tweets to give a picture of what happened and what we were up to. Check it out!
Posted on September 30th, 2011 at 10:09 in Facebook.
Facebook recently announced some nice new features for user profiles pages at thier F8 developer conference. Speculations is buzzing in the advertising industry whether facebook will redesign the brand/fan pages to adapt the same design as the profiles. Some brands have already made a design mockup for their brand/fan page assuming that it will be implemented in the near future. Take a look, I think is looks pretty interesting. Read more about it at Mashable.
Italian creative firm n9ve has clearly embarked on the alphabet concept by giving it a modern take and spicing it with humor. This new video above, called Alphabet 2, beautifully combines photography, sound and animation in delivering an engaging storytelling piece as the group pays tribute to this very essential piece of human invention. Enjoy!
The Apple logo is one of the most famous logos in the world. Apple fans not only put this logo on their vehicles to show their loyalty, they go to the extreme of tattooing themselves with it, a level of dedication very few brands achieved. The logo is admired for it’s simplicity and many meanings that people attach to it. It’s timeless. For 30 years it has been unchanged and I expect at least another 30 before anything drastic will be done to it.
There are many theories about this logo and many of them are just that. Find out the truth, read the interview with Rob Janoff, the designer of the original Apple logo, who will tell you all about his design.
Attending the FITC (Flash In The Can) in Amsterdam a couple of weeks ago, we had the pleasure of hearing Evan Roth speak about his many crazy, weird and wonderful ideas/projects. Check out his site here or try typing BAD ASS MOTHERFUCKER on Google, witch is one of his crazy projects, to see how long it will take him to be the first one listed when searching for those 3 key words… LOL!
A cool website showcasing a bunch of patterns that will repeat nicely, so that for example you could use them as your desktop background or add them to your website. You can also submit your own. Check out the site here.
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