Fabio Viale



Interesting stuff by Fabio Viale

Ben Turnbull



These are carvings into old wooden desks… see more of his work here



Luis is the 2nd short video of the series Luca, Luis y el lobo (Luca, Luis and the Wolf), it is a follow-up to the short video Luca. The video was shot frame by frame with a digital photo camera. Materials: charcoal, dirt, flowers, found objects and cardboard. by Niles Atallah, Cristobal Leon & Joaquin Cocia

New Jay Ryan Book


You know him, you love his posters, you need his new book. Just $20!



With LAIKA, there is finally a font that can seamlessly use the whole spectrum of its cuts. A font that is able to move between its extremes in real time. An interactive font that is able to respond to its surroundings. A font that questions deadlocked dogmas and throws up completely new design questions, and thus has the potential to revolutionise the understanding of digital typography. From Typojungle

How to design a logo for Adobe

First, find a good logo book. Preferably one that’s out of print


Next, find a cool mark from some obscure product or company:


Nice! Now, simply rotate and do some arbitrary tweak, so it’s an original mark!


Lastly, hit that bad boy with some aqua, and you’re golden.


We hope you’ve enjoyed this Creative League tutorial, not sponsored by Adobe

Design of the CBS Eye

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A history of the CBS logo by Charles Osgood. Design of the logo by Bill Golden and Kurt Weiss. It was inspired by Quaker symbols, an eye to ward off evil. Via

London 2012 Olympics pictograms

London 2012 Olympics

The London 2012 Olympics pictograms were unveiled recently.
What do you think?

iStuff for designers

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The Berlin Reunion




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Earlier this week, 1.5 million people filled the streets of Berlin, Germany to watch a several-day performance by France’s Royal de Luxe street theatre company titled “The Berlin Reunion”. Part of the celebrations of the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, the Reunion show featured two massive marionettes, the Big Giant, a deep-sea diver, and his niece, the Little Giantess. The storyline of the performance has the two separated by a wall, thrown up by “land and sea monsters”. The Big Giant has just returned from a long and difficult – but successful – expedition to destroy the wall, and now the two are walking the streets of Berlin, seeking each other after many years apart.” … See the rest of the amazing pictures and story here.

Single Ladies

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Just try not to enjoy this. Via Changethethought

Thomas Demand



Thomas Demand is known for making photographs of three-dimensional models look like real images of rooms and other spaces.