36 days of type
I noticed this open project over on Instagram recently, organised by Alejandro López Becerro. There’s a huge variety of characters to look through including just these 3D designs by Alejandro himself.
While the main letters were going up in April/May the project still seems quite active. Search on Instagram #36daysOfType and #36days_<glyph name>.
The Green Nebula’s eye
Higher quality version here: http://imgur.com/gallery/lpCtYGT
Yeah, I’m still not done with the space overlay theme. I feel like this idea had a little more potential, but I didn’t know how to get it there from where it is now. For the moment, I have to post it so I can move on. Perhaps I will revisit it later.
This design actually came from the same blend file and shared most of its compositing setup with a GIF I posted earlier today named "You’ve Got Stars in Your Eyes".
Featured Curator of the Week: Philip Intile [pi-slices]
Tyler Haywood aka angulargeometry currently lives and works in Los Angeles. He has been obsessed with creating art since he took a clay sculpture class when he was four years old. Tyler likes to make as much work as he can instead of filtering ideas and cornering himself in. Tyler began a weekly blog where he posted mainly still images and poster designs, but after being inspired by Mike Winkelmann aka Beeple’s daily work, he began creating and posting his work daily. He has been creating daily GIFs more more than 430 days and shows no signs of slowing down.
Creative Street Art That Makes Clever Use Of The Urban Environment
by Street artist Pejac
As a response to a university task I was given around 2 months ago I have decided to create a video blog discussing my discoveries about design as well as life in hopes of being able to continue to develop, understand and re-workmy design and personal manifesto.
A manifesto is a public declaration of policy and aims and this is exactly what I aim to do with this video blog; declare and explore my thoughts and opinions on design matters and on life in general.
I invite you to watch this first introductory video as I discuss the idea behind the video series and my hopes for the future of it. If you want to continue seeing what videos I produce and my personal journey from here subscribe to my channel.
23 GOD SAVE THE BIKE
Come traffic, hell or high water, nothing will stop London’s rising bike culture, thanks to its protected cycle lanes. Admire its leafy parks and iconic architecture, including the Tower Bridge, meticulously crafted here with 11 unique tyre tracks. Keep calm and ride on.
Date of release: July 2014
Sheet size: 950mm X 300mm (Approx 37.4 inch X 11.8 Inch)
Print Quality: Offset Lithographic Printing using 1 Pantone spot color. Printed on Recycled 220gsm Maple White paper. Suitable for archival use.
recently i’ve been doing some shape-based experiments with environments, working with only two values to make sure the environment reads as a good graphic design before moving on to light and color.