Black Swan Film Poster Reimagined
This stopped me in my tracks when I first saw it. So simple and effective. I’m sure the film company would never go for it, as it doesn’t feature Natalie Portman’s face or ballerinas (though you’d think Bodoni’s elegant curves would be enough). I wonder what Yves Peters over on the Fontfeed’s ScreenFonts would make of it?
Typographic movie poster
by Oscar Martinsson
Iain Acton - IBM
“Life is full of speed bumps, just roll over them and keep going. Find mentors and cheerleaders who you really trust who can help you through the rough spots. And when you do fail, do some root cause analysis, learn from it, and move on.”
Florence Hudson / IBM Director of Corporate Strategy
Kevin Harald Campean | http://behance.net/HaraldKevin
"My idea comes from the hooligan fights, where the beer glasses were the accessories of the brawl. I enhanced the hooligan atmosphere with high alcohol value of the beer. This gave me the idea to create a beer brand which could be a symbol of power and elegance."
Graphic designer based in Budapest, Hungary. Focused on graphic design, packaging, branding and print design.
Infinite Dreams - Artyom Chebokha
Illustrations by Artyom Chebokha that seemingly appear out of an adventurous dream.
But then eat too much and you wish you felt empty.
1967. CTA. Downtown.
Maksim Arbuzov | http://maksimarbuzov.com
"Feel The Nature, Feel The Form! Natural forms is the best way to show naturalness of product. You need to have only form that to understand what is inside of package. Honey must looks as honey. That is why this package is so simple and clean. You have to enjoy the smell and taste of Honey. Nothing more should not bother you."
The moment he took a pencil and drew something on the wall that later on turned out to be a car, his design career was started. Then he swapped a pencil for a spray paint and cars were drawn not only inside his house but also on city streets. Afterwards, he found practical use for his skills and worked for a student newspaper as an illustrator while studying tourist management. Career in that field ended before it even started and Maxim decided to become a designer. He prefers working in silence and to have his work done to satisfy the highest standards. He likes the sun and snow, coffee and ice-cream