Original apple logo
One of the deep mysteries to me is our logo, the symbol of lust and knowledge, bitten into, all crossed with the colors of the rainbow in the wrong order. You couldn’t dream of a more appropriate logo: lust, knowledge, hope, and anarchy.
Find out the real thinking behind the Apple logo by reading an excellent interview with Rob Janoff, the designer of the logo.
Published March 24, 2010
It seems that the last preserved Polaroid plant in Enschede – Netherlands started a project with the aim saving instant photography from extinction.
The Impossible Project has now succeeded in its task of reproducing a new analog instant film for traditional Polaroid cameras.
More details here
Pentagram’s newest identity work is the USGBCNY’s (U.S. Green Building Council New York Chapter) brand identity, now called Urban Green to emphasize the institution’s considerable expertise in city-based environmental issues.
The new “squarish” look is suggesting the density and city blocks of Manhattan.
Check out the project outline on Pentagram’s blog >>
Simplicity, usefulness, undeniable beauty – this are the words that characterize Kazuhiro Yamanaka’s work in my opinion. Or “physical poetry” as ME design magazine did call it.
|“Designers should contemplate the void that surrounds objects, the space between objects, and the relation between those objects. I believe furniture – chairs, tables, lights etc. – could be like a constellation of stars, and we could make lines to connect them three-dimensionally and thereby construct a specific story, As a designer, I believe it is a task to create the stories. To realize the concept effectively, I try to create a maximum impact with minimum use of material.” kazuhiro yamanaka
The flowing breeze slides down the surface of the water passing soundlessly. The area between the desk top and the curve can be utilised as a space for putting books, news papers, or clothes. A gentle curve is carefully chosen to be harmonized with breeze in the space or even music around the space.
LEDGE (book shelf)
Published November 18, 2009
Tags: graphic_design, tools, useful
Textorizer is a cool and useful tool that my brother recommended me.
Here are some examples of what it can do:
Of course you can further refine the result, but it can save a lot of time and it provides reasonable results.
You can download it here (the cool thing is that it has a Mac version as well) or you can use the online version here.
Interesting design for a pizza box :
– the top cover of the GreenBox rips off into four pieces to form four plates (thus reducing the use of recyclable plates);
– bottom part folds into a smaller box to become a container for remaining slices to be stored in the fridge
– the box 100% recyclable
Here‘s the video demonstration.