Archives for the month of: April, 2012

Italian designer/photographer/illustrator Alberto Seveso has mastered the niche of underwater landscapes, involving lush inks and, yes, sometimes Lego figures. Really stunning work…
Via (also check out his amazing photo illustrations for ESPN The Magazine here and here)


Check out the VIP Master’s promotional package we created for ESPN in efforts to reinforce media partnerships and increase awareness of WatchESPN. Visual elements and messaging embraced the history of The Masters.

A vintage aesthetic and custom promotional logo were integrated into collateral including box & envelope labels, a brochure and other packaging elements. The centerpiece was an elegantly packaged azalea plant—the official flower of The Master’s Tournament. Personalized wooden WatchESPN golfbag tags were also included with this impressive gift.

The promotion received rave reviews from both its recipients and ESPN:

“The ‘unexpected’ factor of getting flowers from ESPN turned out to be huge…the classiness and style you provided with the plant selection, packaging and graphic look really elevated the idea to true VIP status.  The internal and external feedback has been among the best ever.”

I really enjoy these typographic installations and art work by Peter Wagner. He executes his work in various media, including painting, sculpture and photography. My favorite are of course his type pieces where he uses LDE lights and neon lights.

Peter Wagner

Just found these, kinda remind me of something we did earlier this year. I swear, I just found them.

Made by Radio


Spanish artist Pedro Campos uses oil on canvas to create incredibly realistic still life paintings (yes those are paintings, NOT photos). The details are stunning, and with no digitization. Imagine that!


Taking egg decorating to a whole new level…

Via Inspirationfeed

$30,000 Watch Vanishes Up Church Leader’s Sleeve

Story HERE

Plenty, an Argentina based design studio, created this great campaign for Nat Geo Adventure channel. The print campaign first caught our eye, but the TV spot is equally awesome. Enjoy!

Via Plenty

Brooklyn based photographer Henry Hargreaves uses everyday materials (ribbon, M&M’s, yarn, spaghetti) to recreate iconic subway maps… with excellent results.


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