Kim Jong-Un: Friend Or Foe Project by Butcher Billy
Very interesting project by Butcher Billy that places North korean leader in the shoes of western Pop icons thus giving him what he really wants, in the words of the artist: ”loads of attention and a place in worldwide pop culture stardom”.
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British illustrator John Holcraft is a creator behind these satirical illustrations inspired by 50’s screen prints style. I fall in love with them on the spot. They are satirical, provoking and as they uncover the paradoxes of society they definitely makes you think!
Enjoy more of John Holcraft great work on his website.
Have you noticed the “hidden” symbols in some of the worlds most famous logos. Surely one of the most popular ones has to be the FedEx logo.
It may not be so obvious at first glance but if you look closely you will notice an arrow between letters “E” and “X”.
Spartan golf club is certainly a good example of a logo with “double meaning”. There is a golfer swinging his golf club and if you squint a bit you will see clearly a spartan head.
The city of Porto got a new brand identity created by very talented White Studio’s team.
Porto is the second-largest city in Portugal, and it is globally famous for its renowned Port wine. However Porto in all his beauty has much more to offer than quality wine, and the White Studio’s team had a very interesting task in front of them.
Amazing yet quite simple design for the natural and organic food line products, shaped and designed by PeterGregsonStudio.
GRANNY’S SECRET is the best line of natural home style food products on Serbian market and PeterGregsonStudio task was to create a completely new glass packaging and labels for their products. Since all of our art directors had beautiful warm memories of their grandmas, it didn’t take long to incorporate them into the design. The label reminds of the old-fashioned lace work communicating the tradition and luxury simultaneously and emphasizing that consumers will get a premium product. Furthermore, gentle shapes of the glass packaging were chosen to remind the consumers of the warmth and the taste of grandma’s kitchen.
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology is holy ground not just for scientists and engineers, but for graphic designers as well. In the sixties, designers like Jacqueline Casey, Dietmar Winkler, Ralph Coburn and Muriel Cooper adapted the visual forms of European modernism to a lively, particularly American version that marked MIT as a place that balanced rigor and invention. Perhaps nowhere at MIT was that design impulse more pronounced than at the MIT Media Lab, which Cooper co-founded and where she ran the Visual Language Workshop. Nearly 30 years after its founding, the Media Lab has a new visual identity designed by Pentagram.
Days after releasing the new logo for the 2018 FIFA world cup designed by Lisbon-based Brandia Central it is already creating controversy.
The new world cup is going to be held in Russia for the first time, so one of the design goals to glorify that historic moment was to promote some of Russia’s great virtues and achievements.