Posts tagged: design
Dita Von Teese in studio at my company Friday. Highlight of my career. Getting to work with her was amazing. I’m designing the look book for her lingerie launch.
So I found some old stock photos from my external. These are authentic stock images from the 80’s early 90’s decided to have some fun with #design
First snow of the season 2013
Breaking Bad poster by Michael Stevenson
#tycho print finally came #scotthansen initial and all. Scott is the most talented person I have ever met. Huge fan #art #music #talent #design
THE BLACKBERRY “URRACO,” DESIGNED BY CHAUHANSTUDIO IN 2009, WAS MEANT TO INSPIRE RIM TO BROADEN BLACKBERRY’S MARKET APPEAL.
Sometimes as a designer you have to take a step back. Compose your thoughts. And know that sometimes, your not “allowed” to let things go. If the 2012 Olympics Logo was the result of a Creative dept that got together, brainstormed and came up with this for submission….Then your not doing it right.
"Im sorry but I have never seen something so amateur in my career. How did this happen?" Ashley Oblinger
How this Identity was Approved is beyond me. And almost an insult to design itself.
Who is responsible you ask? Wolff Olins - a very reputable agency who has a very respectable brand history. you may remember this campaign:
Im shocked to say the least…
Wolff Olins work: http://www.wolffolins.com/
Please see alternative 2012 Olympic design here:
**in no way do these comments reflect the facts of such identity. These are only opinions of fellow designers. and should in no way be considered a negative bash on Wolff Olins this is only offered as constructive criticism and should be treated as such**
White-tailed Deer INFOGRAPHIC - Sort of…
As a designer sometimes we see things differently as artists often do. My take on researching the White Tailed Deer in the Northern United States region was something I had to share. Upon viewing this picture, I began to see things almost mechanical. I tried to focus on the Bio rather than the Hunters Point of view. But a certain style emerged. Playing on the "Point of focus" you can see the distance between 2 Deer is a range of about 50ft. Almost as if the lines and directions were shot in 3D.
This is a style I like to call “Point of Focus” and will be using this method more and more trying to perfect its movement.