Click here

Posted on September 22, 2007

Do poeple really "click here"?

September 22, 2007 . 10:23 AM | comments 2 | posted in Usability

Jeremy Scott vs. Fruition

Posted on September 22, 2007

jeremy scott fruition

Streetwear collection from Jeremy Scott / Fruition. Big print - you knows it!

September 22, 2007 . 10:13 AM | posted in Style . Stuff

This can't go on

Posted on September 18, 2007

elektrosmog - this can't go on

The wonderful work of Zurich-based design studio ELEKTOSMOG. Above: a double-page spread from Erik van Lieshout's This can't go on (Stay with me!).

September 18, 2007 . 12:18 PM | posted in Design

Free font: Engel Light Ltd

Posted on September 14, 2007


dgv releases another free preview version of one of it's fonts: Engel Light Ltd by Sofie Beier.

September 14, 2007 . 07:10 PM | comments 1 | posted in Design

Similar Diversity

Posted on September 14, 2007


Philipp Steinweber and Andreas Koller's visual analysis of 2.903.611 words from the world's leading holy scriptures.
Processing goodness. (Ouch! unintentional pun!).

September 14, 2007 . 05:01 PM | posted in Information graphics

Hand-written Godfather Poster

Posted on September 14, 2007


A (rather kitsch, when you look at the whole thing) Godfather poster consisting entirely of the hand-written movie script. Got to admire the hard graft that went into it.


September 14, 2007 . 04:33 PM | posted in Design, Style . Stuff


Posted on September 14, 2007

sassy neon sign

Another great flickr set: Neon Graveyard. A Las Vegas museum collects decommissioned casino signage.

Photos by Carl Carl. Was on Boing Boing and Cool Hunter, so my have been seen before.

September 14, 2007 . 04:21 PM | posted in Design

Last Exit To Nowhere

Posted on September 13, 2007

amity island jaws t-shirt presents a collection of t-shirts featuring logos of fictional companies/places, including "Skynet", "Omni Consumer Products", "Cyberdyne Systems" and "Amity Island".

September 13, 2007 . 04:33 PM | comments 3 | posted in Style . Stuff

My kid could paint that...

Posted on September 13, 2007

my kid could paint that Marla Olmstead

"My kid could paint that" from Sony Pictures and Amir Bar-Lev.

In the span of only a few months, 4-year-old Marla Olmstead rocketed from total obscurity into international renown – and sold over $300,000 dollars worth of paintings. She was compared to Kandinsky and Pollock, and called "a budding Picasso."

And then, five months into Marla’s new life as a celebrity and just short of her fifth birthday, a bombshell dropped. CBS’ 60 Minutes aired an exposé suggesting strongly that the paintings were painted by her father, himself an amateur painter. As quickly as the public built Marla up, they tore her down. [...] the Olmsteads were barraged with hate mail, ostracized around town, sales of the paintings dried up, and Marla’s art dealer considered moving out of Binghamton. Embattled, the Olmsteads turned to the filmmaker to clear their name. Torn between his own responsibility as a journalist and the family’s desire to see their integrity restored, the director finds himself drawn deeper and deeper into a situation that can’t possibly end well for him and them, and could easily end badly for both.

(Trailer after the break)

"The whole story, really, is about grown-ups..." - sounds about right.

September 13, 2007 . 03:43 PM | posted in Art

Meat Hair

Posted on September 12, 2007

julia kissina meat hair

Yikes! Berlin artist Julia Kissina's Fleischfrisuren (from '96-'97).

September 12, 2007 . 12:56 PM | posted in Art

i . you . he . she

Posted on September 12, 2007

i you he she we they

i . you . he . she lists questions from Yahoo! Answers filtered by personal pronoun. A catalogue of insecurities.

Other projects by the Yahoo! Design Innovation Team.

September 12, 2007 . 11:53 AM | comments 1 | posted in Information graphics

The end is nigh...

Posted on September 12, 2007

the end

A flickr set.

Bonus flickr set: Abstract graphic polaroids.

And another: Pre-digital typesetting.

September 12, 2007 . 11:13 AM | posted in Design

LiveSurface Templates

Posted on September 12, 2007

shift livesurface

The Shift LiveSurface Layered Image Library offers hi-res Photoshop templates of empty billboards, hoarding and products. The templates are ready-masked and contain pre-formatted Photoshop 3D objects so you just have to drag your artwork into Photoshop and you've got your finished comp! (See the Quicktime on the home page).

A single template costs $29. I imagine most agencies doing this kind of work have their own home-made versions kicking around - we certainly used to.

Joshua Distler did the identity and website. His portfolio is well worth a look.

Thanks, Kibitz!

September 12, 2007 . 09:35 AM | comments 1 | posted in Design, Software

Digg Labs Visualisations

Posted on September 11, 2007

digg labs

Nice visualisation of stories currently be dug on

September 11, 2007 . 06:37 PM | posted in Design, Surfing, Usability

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