thedsgnblog:

Brogen Averill    |    http://brogenaverill.com

"The Writers Block is a promotional piece for writers at the Pond."

Brogen Averill Studio’s portfolio comprises major assignments for a “who’s who” of international brands as well as an enviable selection of niche design projects. Working with some of the world’s most successful companies and individuals, they have gained an international reputation, producing versatile and innovative design.

Returning from Europe to New Zealand in 2004, Brogen Averill Studio was established. The influence of European design culture and tradition has continued to inform their work, which is applied to a diverse range of mediums. They create concept lead design, investigating requirements and translating them into solutions that are intelligent, creatively inspiring and ultimately different.

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matttaylordraws:

It’s going to be a Matt Taylor-stravaganza over at Comic Con next week! In addition to the Sunset Overdrive print I just blogged about, here’s something else from Mondo.

Batman: The Animated Series is rightly regarded as one of the high-points of animation of the last twenty years, and as part of the ongoing Batman 75 celebrations, Mondo are releasing a limited 7” of the title score for the show. There are going to be a bunch of variants, of which my Harley Quinn piece above is one.

This was a huge amount of fun to draw, especially the Joker singles scattered across the floor. As before, these will be on sale at San Diego Comic Con next week - follow Mondo on Twitter for more info.

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nothingtochance:

TAKE A GREEN BREAK / Sok Hwee

Take a green break is a project that hopes to encourage and inspire urbanites to incorporate more nature into their breaks. Nature can enhance the effects of taking breaks thus, in this fast-paced society where our lives are increasingly dominated by work and screen time, urbanites can tap on the restorative power of nature to compliment their stressful living. 

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thedsgnblog:

Sherpa    |    http://sherpa-design.de

"A Clockwork Orange broaches the issue of the freedom of the individual by using the protagonist Alex. The recipient accompanies Alex through the plot and takes his point of view. He senses whenever Alex acts in a state of free will and he senses whenever Alexs free will is limited. Furthermore in some passages he takes a point of view above Alex as a spectator.

The notices being made in this position are arranged in a subtle visual and typographical staging. The recipient is being tricked. He thinks to be in full control about his way of reading. In fact the typographical staging has control about the recipient and guides him in one’s sole discretion.”

Sherpa focuses on the development, optimization and management of brands in various disciplines such as Corporate Design and Publishing as well as Digital Branding.

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