Month: April 2016

Free Low Poly Fonts

11+ Free Low Poly Fonts

Our list of the best Free Low Poly Fonts catalogues 11+ on-trend, hipster-friendly, contemporary typefaces available to download online. Design freebies are great and we love putting together handy lists. Previously we’ve catalogued the best free brush, glicth, pixel and 80’s fonts – the 11+ here follow a trend in digital art towards a retro-inspired, ‘low poly’ aesthetic. They are …

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21 Years of M&C Saatchi

Bold And Brutal Print Design Marks 21 Years of M&C Saatchi

A limited edition edge printed book, presented in minimal, vacuum sealed packaging marks 21 years of ad agency, M&C Saatchi. The anthology, which plays on M&C Saatchi’s signature black and white aesthetic, is the work of Australian graphic designer Daniel Ioannou and RE: Sydney. Together they set about showcasing ‘some of the best work the agency has set free into …

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Tim Jarvis - Monolith III

Monolithic Kubrick-Inspired Digital Art Prints By Tim Jarvis

Three Kubrick-inspired, digitally altered images that play on the mathematics and omnipresence of 2001’s tycho monolith. The series of images, entitled ‘monoliths’, are the work of British graphic & information designer, Tim Jarvis. They chart the point at which moody, cold photography (shot in the South West of England,) and mixed media proficiency converge. Monolith I, the first …

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Race/Related - The New York Times

Race Related Animated Portraits For The New York Times

Hand-drawn animated portraits created for a forthcoming New York Times newsletter exploring race with ‘provocative reporting and discussion’, Race/Related. The portraits were drawn by Brixton-born illustartor T.S. Abe, real name Palesa Monareng, for the launch of Race/Related, the New York Times newsletter described as a ‘deep and provocative exploration of race’. For the series, Palesa stitched together …

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Ondřej Zunka - Gods

Social Media Superbeing Digital Sculptures

‘Gods’ depicts eight self aware, artificial superbeings led by social media, so advanced that they are capable of enacting irreversible change. The pastel-lit, chromed-out busts created by Prague-based motion graphic designer Ondřej Zunka, play on the idea that an advanced, self-aware AI, informed by social media data, could become God-like – capable of creating new worlds. Zunka theorises that …

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The Simpsons FXX IDs

Awesomely Weird Simpsons FX IDs

Inspiringly oddball and dynamic Simpsons IDs created for the FXX Network that twist, morph and skew characters and iconography from the seminal TV show. The brilliantly whacked-out ID’s were created for the FXX network by Los Angeles-based animation and live action production company, Laundry. They were challenged to create something unmistakeably Simpsons but tonally surprising …

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Lofotenislands - Norway

Breathtaking Norwegian Winter Photo series

2016 photo series ‘Winter at Northern Norway’ exhibits the natural beauty and overwhelming scenery of Lofoten. German architect and photographer Franz Sußbauer travelled to Lofoten in the depths of winter and captured the stunning series which showcases the breathtaking landscapes unique to the remote island group. The images depict Lofoten’s dramatic mountains, open sea and the typically Scandinavian architecture found …

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