“Awake” is the first single from Tycho’s new LP out next year, Scott has also done the album art as usual. I know it might sound bias but these next few steps towards the new album are going to be really special, let us know what you think below, we love hearing from you all.
For 100 days, Andrew Miller painted one branded object white, removing all visual branding, reducing the object to it’s purest form.
This has been one the most outstanding branding for a release/musician i’ve ever seen. The vision for Oneohtrix Point Never’s R Plus Seven album has pristine art direction touching on early 90′s european surrealism which I have a have such a soft spot for. The main stand out is this video by Takeshi Murata, if you haven’t seen it yet then I highly recommend it, its like still life 2.0.
Apple chief of design Jony Ive and industrial designer Marc Newson worked together to design a one of a kind special edition of the Leica M rangefinder camera, to be auctioned at a charity event with the proceeds going towards (RED), the charity founded by Bono from U2 to support the fight against HIV and AIDS, and is expected to raise anywhere between $500,000-$750,000.
It is said that it took Ive and Newson 85 days and over 500 models to come up with the final product, which features a laser machined aluminum body and an anodized aluminum outer shell, a 24-megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor (as the $7,000 Leica M), and it includes a 50mm f/2 lens.
I love it when architectural photographers aren’t focused on the ubiquitous money shots when shooting iconic buildings.
Inaki Bergera captures subtle moments and details that would make each architect smile I’m guessing.
The last photo, Mies’ Neue National Gallery in Berlin, would make a great Lusine album cover.
Enter the psych, sometimes morbid, and nostalgic world of Alison Scarpulla.
Some very impressive typography from Hungarian designer Áron Jancsó.
For the final episode of AMC’s Breaking Bad show, I (Shelby) created these two posters of Walter White (Bryan Cranston) and Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul). If you’ve seen the show you’d immediately recognize the blue as a representation of Walter’s high-purity methamphetamine. Without spoiling the show, you’ll notice there is more blue crystal on Pinkman’s face than there is on Walt’s. In that lies the concept of these posters. The posters were created for fun using only a few images.
More images on Behance.