Debuting during Palm Springs Modernism Week 2015 (a 10-day cultural event celebrating mid-century modern design, architecture, fashion and culture), photography exhibition “Midnight Modern” captures the sublime essence of lunar illumination. Melbourne……
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Nintendo fans have all the more reason to sign up for Netflix. The Wall Street Journal reports that the company is in the process of developing a new live-action series based on The Legend of Zelda. The series is reportedly in early stages, as the streaming company courts writers, but sources say Netflix wants it to resemble Game of Thrones but with a more family-friendly tone.
The Journal reports that Netflix is working closely with Nintendo to develop the show, which, as in most incarnations of the games, will feature a young boy named Link on an adventure to save Hyrule and the titular Princess Zelda. Few other details about the show were given. Netflix and Nintendo have both declined to comment on the news.
Every member of the design community shares one key element with each other. That’s creativity. And if we put the creativity factor aside for just a second, what are we left with? One heck of a good sense of humor! You’re ALL going to love this gallery!
Sara Heffernen has created a brilliant series of humorous posters that can only be truly appreciated by designers. Check these out…
The Graphic Design Pun Series
I am very font of you…
I like my type the way I like my coffee, black.
Comic Sans walks into a bar…
Science is hard…
Don’t stop me from having a Helvetica good time.
I have seen the Futura and it is beautiful.
The result of improper kerning.
Just beacause you think…
Get with the Times, New Roman.
Crop it like it’s HOT!
Choose one: Common Sense or Comic Sans.
London-based illustrator and animator Marcus Reed clearly has a love affair with 1970s retro-style Adidas trainers. Mind you, who doesn’t it?
He has created an original series of vintage posters that seamlessly incorporate the iconic adidas three stripes mark in to illustrations of famous landmarks of some of the biggest European cities. The dominant colors of the posters have also been chosen as they reflect the original colors of the trainers. The series is simple called called Adidas City Series.
You’ll love these posters…
Adidas City Series by Marcus Reed
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