An open space where partnerships between like-minded businesses are housed. The clients’ different backgrounds in hairstyling, food and fashion, challenged the agency to create distinction amidst homogenising the brand experience.
Soleta ZeroEnergy One
A self-sustainable home situated in the Romanian capital, Bucharest. It was designed by FITS
Wet Ones: Beautiful mess
Advertising Agency: Grey, New York, USA
Chief Creative Officer: Tor Myhren
Executive Creative Director: Per Pedersen
Group Creative Directors: Elaine McCormick, Fran Sheff-Mauer
Creative Directors: Rob Perillo, Rob Lenois
Art Director: Rob Perillo
Copywriters: Rob Lenois, Jon Koffler, Lance Parrish
Designers: Evan Ortolani, Corel Theuma
Account Executives: Jason Kahner, Tara Cosentino
Planner: Sharon Wanamaker
Photographer: Clint Blowers
Project Manager: Rachel West
Thank You Mom
To celebrate the upcoming Mothers’ Day, goods manufacturer P&G engaged the help of designers from Wieden + Kennedy to illustrate advice from Moms that have been passed down to their children.
It’s like a motto and a statement. It’s a way of life that’s born out of this land and the accessibility of going out: surfing by day and skiing by night.
This spot has been in the making since way back in October when my partner Layton and I, had the chance to work on a pitch for Okanagan. Several months later, a beautiful week in BC and a lot of hard work from so many people I’m proud to present to you my very first commercial.
I hope you guys like it.
Guinness: The Pubfinder
Advertising Agency: Breensmith, USA
Barcelona, Spain-based photographer Clement Celma captures psychedelic, mesmerizing images of the Basílica i Temple Expiatori de la Sagrada Família that makes you feel like you’re looking through a kaleidoscope.
Neck of the Woods Project
Hand-lettering project by Chloe Allen, a current student at the University of Leeds. Each entry illustrates a local idiom, from places all over the world, and pairs it with its meaning and relevant backstory.
Artist Ed Fairburn has recently come out with new works that live somewhere between sculptures and drawings. He’s still using traditional ink to draw on maps but now he’s cutting and layering maps to create incredibly intriguing works.
Maltese artist Steven Xuereb created these interesting images by mirroring some of the photos he took while traveling around Europe.
“Information artist Heather Dewey-Hagborg recreates faces of people by extracting genetic information from found objects in the street for her experimental project titled Stranger Visions. Using saliva traced from a piece of gum on the floor or a discarded cigarette butt, not to mention loose hairs that can wind up just about anywhere, the artist and a team of biologists have constructed a series of three-dimensional human faces.”
Vintage Type Posters
I’ve mentioned this project before but thought it was worth another shout. Here’s a kickstarter for vintage type prints, support the cause and get some awesome prints.
New installation by artist Michael Murphy, one must view it from a specific angle. The sculptural work consists of a sea of 1,200 ping pong balls, painted black, and then suspended from a ceiling.
“Concept and creation of a beer label Double Vienna for Morada Cia Etilica from Curitiba, Brazil. The label design was inspired by ambigrams, in which a graphical representation of one or more words can be rotated with same phonetics and visual representations.”
Designed by D-Lab
Windows Of New York
New York based graphic designer Jose Guizar latest project.
The Windows of New York project is a weekly illustrated fix for an obsession that has increasingly grown in me since chance put me in this town. A product of countless steps of journey through the city streets, this is a collection of windows that somehow have caught my restless eye out from the never-ending buzz of the city. This project is part an ode to architecture and part a self-challenge to never stop looking up. - Jose Guizar