Apologies for the plug in advance
I have released my first helloMuller poster through Mystery Box, showcasing a decade of logo and brand mark design. The 36"×24" poster comes in 2 editions of 50 copies, and retails at $40 USD + P&P.
My new site is up via Nubook. I little shameless self promotion for myself and Nubook!
A gallery devoted to making your Keynote & Powerpoint presentations look that much better
I really hope that this site takes off and the experience of having to look through corporate "decks" greatly improves.
New Juxt site, reel, and ID..
JUXT Interactive provides digital strategy, user experience design, technology development and content creation for web, tablet, mobile, and multi-touch solutions.
Lots of great new work here from Jim Hsieh.
You should help. Not because the Obama administration isn't paying, but because you want to help those around you. The country as run by President Barack Obama is not a corporation seeking to profit personally/financially from your efforts (something tells me your brilliant design won't sell enough to recover the deficit). But socially as we come together helping those without work to find it. I am against the disdain spreading around the internet that this man would call on the artists of the country he leads to help its citizens. If you don't want to make a poster fine, but who paid you to complain and spread the no-spec links? No one. I leave you with a couple questions: Why take the time to complain and hate? Would it not be for the greater good (or at least your own moral fiber) to spread a positive message of support for those unable to find work?
Personally, if you ask me, the opportunity to win an Obama signed print of your artwork is a nice motivator, but if you don't want to make a poster don't. I won't be. it;s that simple.
If someone's done a movie poster you've liked in the last few years it's probably here. Pretty much slaying it. Nice work Neil.
Building on its reputation for always being ahead of the curve, Warner Bros. Pictures Canada created a unique outdoor installation merging science and advertising that is guaranteed to leave movie lovers, science buffs and art enthusiasts in 'awe' or 'eww'.
In support of Academy Award ® winner Steven Soderbergh's latest film "Contagion" -- in theatres September 9th, Warner Bros. Pictures Canada teamed up with microbiologists and immunologists from around the world to create a one-of-a-kind bacteria message board located at 409 Queen Street West in an abandoned store-front window. On August 28th, two large Petri dishes were inoculated with live bacteria including penicillin, mold and pigmented bacteria and almost overnight have revealed the true Contagion -- an artistic interpretation of the spread of a virus as depicted in the film.
The public was invited to witness first-hand the remarkable growing power of natural bacteria on Wednesday August 31st from 11:00 AM -- 2:00 PM. The first 50 people who arrived received passes to see "Contagion" in theatres and other themed prizes.