Archive for May, 2009
Spring is in the air and that can only mean one thing… spring cleaning! We decided to take some of our favorite shots of “bad clothing” and put them out with the dirty laundry. These next images represent only a small portion of both the cleverness and the badness that goes into the design of clothing. Take a look for yourself and let us know if you would ever be seen wearing any of these items. Remember to always separate the darks from the lights. Enjoy!
Us designers just got back from a very fun weekend ending with a celebration to all mothers yesterday. With mothers in mind, we thought of no better way to show our true appreciation than to dedicate this next blog to a great cause, The Fight Against Breast Cancer. We all try to do our part in one way or another, but as designers we too can take part in the fight, putting our skills and talents to good use. These next few pieces are just some of our favorite Breast Cancer designs. Whether it be an advertisement, a t-shirt design, a coffee mug, a logo, a card, a baked good, or simply a photo, art takes on new meaning and brings hope to those fighting against the cause. We hope everyone had a great Mother’s Day! Please feel free to share your own thoughts and designs. “Breast Wishes to all!”
So it’s Friday and we’re all ready for the weekend… and better yet great weather! This next image sparked that much needed enthusiasm that we were craving. This guy means business and would definitely be someone who knows how to party. He also shows a creative side, which us designers find oddly interesting. He chose to convey his own sense of art and use himself as the canvas. He is a walking, talking ad for “awesomeness!” With the touch of sunglasses and a mustache all he needs is a cold beverage. Enjoy your Friday and remember that the sun never sets on a badass!
Creative inspiration is everywhere – why wait for the next design annual? Take a walk around the block and awaken your graphic muse. Watch for old signs, they create a unique history of any city. You can still find hand painted works that span entire buildings. And who can resist a brown bear chugging a beer (or is that honey)?