Designer Richard Robinson was recently commissioned to work on a LP rework for Aphex Twin: Selected Ambient Works. Alongside this, he also designed some great posters which feature some of the master tapes from the original recordings.
This one’s for my Breaking Bad brethren & sistren, who like me, are still reeling from the ending of one televisions greatest shows. A poster set by Ty Mattson illustrating the transformation of Bryan Cranston’s character, Walter White, over the course of the highly-acclaimed series.
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The show is split into two parts, still and motion. There will be 24 print pieces on display and 4 video installations. I’m really excited about the video installations but they’re still being wrapped up, so you’ll have to drop in to check them out. The goal was to create short moving posters with no related theme. There will be 3 small 27″ screens that we’ve rehoused and one 8 ft monolith with a 50″ screen.
If you’re in the area or close, come on by! It’d be great to meet some people from the blog!
The show will be up from September 13th – October 13th at Subtext gallery in San Diego. Click here for the Facebook event. If you can’t make the opening or are interested in checking out the show online, here’s the full preview of the show and ways to purchase prints.
Sam Chirnside does some great font branding for musicians, I dug a little deeper into his catalog and grabbed up most of them. My favorite has to be the AVOCA type, its those subtle clean changes that takes the uniqueness up more than just a few notches.
If you have about 2 hours to kill i’d suggest going thoroughly through the 150 year history of the stamps and imagery from the Dutch Postal Service.
If you know me personally i’m a huge sports fans, i’ve always wanted to bring design and music fans together with sports fans anyway I can. If I had a dream job it would be hopping around in-between all the major sports teams and redesigning uniforms and logos. Nike did a great job here BUT… there’s a problem, a HUGE problem in my opinion, this doesn’t seem like what a passionate design would design, i’m in love with the fabrics, Nike always nails that department out of the park. The issue is that everything is completely evolving from the early 1990’s expansion boom, that gooey round 3D look or the Sin City “we’re the bad guys” thing. Both of these new logos suffer from that influence and thats the big bummer and the color scheme the designers have to work with. Also, i’m not going to lets simple designs get away with it either, look at the Minnesota Wild logo, you would think ISO50 might like it but no way, look at those trees, what a horrible effort.
To end on a positive note, I love what Nike did for the Oregon Ducks. I hope some of you comment in the comment section because i’d love to have a conversation about all of this.
Polish born Karezoid Michal Karcz stepped away from the paintbrush and canvas years ago and focused on photography, only until recently has he started painting again but digitally this time, here’s some of the photos he’s taken further into fantasy using his altered technique.