Archive for February, 2007

Shooters Post & Transfer

Shooters Post & Transfer is an award-winning visual effects, design and post production facility

Third Eye Design

New work (slide show kind of holding page) from Third Eye Design

Don’t Panic poster design

Don’t Panic is a multi-platform publication collaborating with designers/artists to create posters

Vincent Dixon photography

Vincent Dixon‘s images have helped to create many memorable advertising campaigns

Slang internation design

Slang is Nathanaël Hamon, an independent graphic designer.

mcfaul designs

ollie & john@mcfaul (best on Mac Safari)


With a strong belief that great art derives from making creative choices and sticking to them, veteran graphic designer Michael Waldron and editor/ animator Erik van der Wilden launched motion graphics house nailgun*


Perception‘s mission is to create world-class commercial visual art.

Cous Cous Kid

Couscous Kid is the work of Mathew Star Thomas Design Direction & Doodles (NSFW – has boobies)

Project Polar

Project Polar will be a book of the top 40 entries being published and distributed worldwide. The book will be limited to 1000 copies and all the published entrants will receive a free copy

What value do you put on your work? No spec and free pitching?

Generally referred to as No-Spec jobs or Free Pitching, this letter following is something that is spreading quickly around the design webisphere that may help to explain the practice. The text below was originally posted on Craigslist (and quickly removed by admins) in response to the ridiculous job offers soliciting creative services for free (or for very little money).

But continually the written letter is repeatedly being posted on craigslist. At the bottom of the article is “Please copy and repost daily so that our profession may be respected.” So someone posts it, it gets taken off, then reposted again.

NOTE: The following was posted anonymously on Craigslist.

Every day, there are more and more Craigs List posts seeking “artists” for everything from auto graphics to comic books to corporate logo designs. More people are finding themselves in need of some form of illustrative service.

But what they’re NOT doing, unfortunately, is realizing how rare someone with these particular talents can be.

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Artless Design

This minimal interface is a digital artwork in its own right. But check out the other slick design works that this Japanese company has completed for their clients that proves their work has soul and definitely is not artless

why not associates new website

for nearly two decades, why not associates has been creating innovative work for clients large and small.

Folding Chair

Made out of many thin, flat chair-shaped outlines joined together by some kind of accordion style trickery, this chair can collapse down into a dictionary-think chunk or can be spread on end.

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