“The secret is in the details”… and Patrick Brown, a graphic designer and illustrator from Australia, shows us how true that saying it really is. With a careful and trained eye, he introduces us to his drawing style thru the movies and video games that he likes, and which are his primary source of inspiration.
A creative collection for your inspiration, advertising alcohol. A perspective on how different alcohol brands try and succeed , more or less, to create an interesting visual experience for their target market.
An inspirational collection presenting different logos, having a visual focus on birds. See how different companies make the image/symbolism of birds to present their visual identity. A less ritual approach in a more commercial context; a look at how birds are integrated in logo design.
This is a collection of 15 website that present the online experience of Nike. A look at Nike’s visual evolution from one sport to another, from one campaign to the next one, all under the form of websites. It is interesting to look at the past campaigns and the present ones, and the way they connect with the audience. A really inspirational collection as Nike tends to shift from flash based websites, to the HTML5 and CSS3.
Image and presentation matters more then ever for products. The way they are presented decides if the product will be picked from the shelfs of the supermarkets, and because competition is high, they also have to differentiate and attract ones eyes.But this post is about the quality and diversity of package design, especially because it is done by students.
When a new movie makes its way to he masses, you will see: posters, movie trailers, “behind the scenes pass”,any kind of approach that will draw in the viewer to want to see the movie. But here we are going to take a look on the online experience of this movies, we are going to take a look at their websites.