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Home/Tag: Creative Boom

No Safe Place: Anthony Burrill reveals his latest screenprint using charcoal from the Australian bushfires

2020-02-22T12:04:13+01:00February 22nd, 2020|Categories: Inspiration, News|Tags: |

Graphic artist, print-maker and designer Anthony Burrill has created a limited edition screenprint to help those impacted by the Australian bushfires. No Safe Place was created using charcoal from the burnt trees as a printing medium. The artwork will be exhibited in Rise, an upcoming exhibition in Sydney that will feature an international roll call [...]

Shanghai studio JWDK creates posters to help fight against coronavirus, inspired by vintage Chinese public health notices

2020-02-21T12:05:12+01:00February 21st, 2020|Categories: Inspiration, News|Tags: |

Shanghai brand design studio JWDK has launched a series of illustrated posters to help in the fight against coronavirus in China, inspired by vintage Chinese public health notices from the 1950s. With a theme of 'Stay Clean, Stay Strong' and a palette of soft colours, the four artworks are to help companies maintain good hygiene [...]

A book that explains what ADHD feels like with personal accounts from ADHD activists, actors and athletes

2020-02-21T12:05:00+01:00February 21st, 2020|Categories: Inspiration, News|Tags: |

Have you ever considered what ADHD might look like if it could be illustrated? A new book by people with ADHD hopes to enlighten us, celebrating and explaining the neurodiverse brain as well as smashing any stigma. Stories That Never Stand Still is the brainchild of Stu Hallybone, the creative director of Edelman and its [...]

Futura’s Agua Bendita Mezacal designs celebrate rule-breaking and defiance of norms

2020-02-21T12:04:42+01:00February 21st, 2020|Categories: Inspiration, News|Tags: |

Mexico City-based design and branding studio Futura has created the branding and packaging for Agua Bendita, a mezcal brand made in Mexico. Agua Bendita mezcal was founded as a drink "dedicated to those who defy traditional norms. So the brand positioning looks to appeal to "adventurous souls", says Futura, so the branding aims to underscore [...]

Noise 13’s ocean-inspired packaging for H2O+ hopes to ‘sail above’ other skincare products

2020-02-21T12:04:12+01:00February 21st, 2020|Categories: Inspiration, News|Tags: |

San Francisco branding agency Noise 13 has created this stunning new ocean-inspired packaging for H2O+ to help the skincare brand "sail above the sea of white minimalism on the shelf". Ahead of the launch of its new line of sensitive skincare and body products, H2O+ challenged Noise 13 with designing packaging to "catch the eyes [...]

The Guardian urges Berliners to ‘break glass’ and take a free copy of its Guardian Weekly

2020-02-20T12:05:36+01:00February 20th, 2020|Categories: Inspiration, News|Tags: |

"In case of corruption, break glass!" reads one of The Guardian's red emergency boxes in Berlin, containing copies of its Guardian Weekly. Another box states, "In case of climate inaction". It's part of a new marketing campaign by the news brand and its in-house creative agency OLIVER to encourage passersby to literally smash the glass [...]

Jeannette Montgomery Barron’s black and white portraits of artists in Downtown New York in the 1980s

2020-02-20T12:04:51+01:00February 20th, 2020|Categories: Inspiration, News|Tags: |

The 1980s was arguably the most exciting time for artists in Downtown New York, and photographer Jeannette Montgomery Barron was there to capture so many of the big names from that lush and fertile era, including Warhol, Haring, Basquiat, and Sherman. Her black and white images from her series Scene are timeless; it's hard to [...]

Artist Eric Joyner’s new paintings of robots and doughnuts pay homage to David Hockney, Rudolph and Frosty

2020-02-20T12:04:41+01:00February 20th, 2020|Categories: Inspiration, News|Tags: |

San Francisco-based artist Eric Joyner is known for his fantastical paintings of Japanese robots and colourful doughnuts in all kinds of landscapes from the Age of Dinosaurs to the bottom of the ocean. Both playful and surreal, his work has been licensed by the likes of Disney, Warner Brothers, and the hit HBO show Silicon [...]