Everyday brand inspiration

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In our journal, the empty space belongs to the most imaginative and inspiring brands. We'll point out which brands and ideas made us look and we will be happy if you'll share yours with us!

Try a Little Tinderness

29.07.2014

Iconic houses

23.07.2014

If you’re trying to brush up on Architecture 101, this animation of the world’s most iconic houses is far more fun a learning tool than textbooks. It’s a colorful, flat-design take on masterworks of 21st-century architecture, from Le Corbusier’s Ville Savoy to Mies van der Rohe’s Farnsworth House to Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater. Graphic designer Matteo Muci breaks down the intricate buildings into simple lines and geometric shapes, throwing in a few eight-bit trees here and there, and the animation collages them together from the ground up. Architecture nerds can test themselves by trying to guess which building is being built before it is completed and named.

Source: http://www.fastcodesign.com

Hard to Control Myself

16.07.2014

Just another talent. 

The 21-year-old supermodel is known for her quirky personality, but to watch Cara Delevigne dressed up like a Harajuku girl, lying on a bed of sherbet flying saucers while singing along to LL Cool J's classic «It's Hard For Me To Control Myself» just put it on another level.

The video was created by the LOVE magazine.

See whatever you want to see

09.07.2014

International ad agency Leo Burnett created a brilliant 3-image optical illusion ad campaign for Jeep in France with the motto «See whatever you want to see» that merited a gold award for press at Cannes Lions.

For more:
http://tinyurl.com/l5skz5h

Typo love

02.07.2014

Today, we're all about nature! In case you haven't checked out our latest story about urban farming, make sure yo don't miss that. And for now: the lovely botanical alphabet by Seth Mach.

Source: http://sethmach.com

Waiting room

29.07.2014

Quoted from «For Stars Will Rise Again».

Brilliant breakfasts

22.07.2014

AnotherMag's «Good Things» recently featured the most joyful breaktfast options around.

Have a lok at all of them following the link below: 
http://tinyurl.com/ps8daca

Pantone Ads

15.07.2014

Y&R created this series of minimalist posters using the colors and eyes of different famous comic characters for the Pantone brand.

Source: http://tinyurl.com/pxjov4b

Improve your To-Do lists

07.07.2014

If you're like most people, you're not satisfied with your to-do list. It's always growing, never done, and a constant source of stress. Here's how to change that: http://tinyurl.com/nrjk5mu

Tattoo recipes

01.07.2014

«I tradizionali» is a collection of recipes of tattoos that can be applied to the forearm while cooking the recipe. Created by two Italian designers: Marina Cinciripini and Sarah Richiuso, this project is both aesthetic but more importantly it allows the cook to remember the order in which the recipe must be prepared. Love it!

Happy Friday!

25.07.2014

Blurred Lines and Word Crimes

17.07.2014

Weird Al Jankovic has released a brand new album of pop hit parodies entitled «Mandatory Fun». His latest single rips off Robin Thicke's massive hit «Blurred Lines» as a lesson in grammar. The song is called «Word Crimes» and is one long music video lesson in grammar in order to help the thousands of people who are incapable of using English as it was originally intended.

Here's to you, grammar lovers. 
 

Best and worst World Cup designs

14.07.2014

The guys at Co.Design were focusing less on scores than on all the World Cup-related designs and their 84-year old history: the ball, the uniforms, the stadiums, the underwear slips. A full roundup of the best and worst designs of the 2014 World Cup can be found by following the link below:

http://tinyurl.com/oopxwfq 

Btw our favourite: Photos of the World Cup in the 70s.

Mesmerize me

03.07.2014

Animated GIF by artist Natalia Stuyk.

Like a girl!

30.06.2014

If you've ever heard the words, «You hit like a girl,» chances are they weren't meant as a compliment. It's time to flip that tired old phrase on its head, according to Procter & Gamble’s Always brand.

A new digital and social media campaign, backed by the feminine care product line and shot by an award-winning documentary filmmaker, wants to make #LikeAGirl «a phrase that represents the strength, talent, character and downright amazingness of every girl,» the brand says.

Under the tagline, «Rewrite the rules,» Always asks what you do #LikeAGirl and anticipates the answers will be proud and positive. «Join the movement,» the brand says, by sharing pictures and videos of proud grrrl moments via its Facebook page and Twitter feed.


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