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French designers Romain Bourdieux and Thomas Pomarelle teamed up to create this killer series of posters. They work so well for many reasons… sense of color is fantastic, typography, composition, illustration are all really on-point. And as if the posters themselves aren’t enough, they took it to the next level with a “teaser trailer”, bringing the illustrations to life with motion. Enviable talent here… really well done.

Via cyclemon.com

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North Carolina-based designer/illustrator Matt Stevens has a great eye for branding. His focus and skill with brand identity programs is clear, even in this tongue-in-cheek badge set. We know from experience, successful branding is a tall order, and Stevens captures a quick visual crux of these varying badges beautifully.

Via Behance

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San Francisco-based creative director Robert Murdock has a outstanding body of work that ranges from interface design to brand and identity to interactive design. His site, Postmammal, the name of which he describes as being “based on the notion that humans are always evolving, and are always looking for what’s next — essentially what’s beyond human”, showcases some of his work. We love his branding work for health and heart rate monitor company Basis. Clean, sophisticated, thoughtful.

Via cargocollective.com/postmammal

Vancouver studio Academy created this excellent interface for Jordan/Nike’s “Love of the Game” campaign. We love the origami typography paired with clean photography and layers of origami design throughout that give it some depth. Well done.

Via weareacademy.com

Though sort of a novelty, since most folks who visit this microsite won’t actually travel around Scandinavia, Volvo’s Cross Country Travels site and mobile app are really well designed and fun to navigate. Interactive Art Director Robert Lindström documents the creative process here. Love the badges too… nice uniformity among the variety of illustrations.

Via xctravels.com

Check out this awesome video conceptualized by Kim Hold for Matta! It’s a mix of beautiful cinematography, nature, and infographics.

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Anyone who knows Barbour Design as a group knows we have a collective love of food. So this fun, mouthwatering project by Chicago design graduate student Kelly Pratt is close to our hearts (and stomachs). Pratt is in the process of preparing an authentic sandwich for each state, then photographing and designing a poster of each. Sounds simple, but Pratt really takes her time with each one, researching popular sandwiches then preparing them with the help of friends and family. Social media now seem to be part of the process, with Pratt soliciting votes for which ‘wich should be next. And for all those foodies out there, prints of each poster are for sale. 12 sandwiches/posters and counting….

Via statelysandwiches.com

Los Angeles designer/art director Christian McCall created this dynamic microsite for Nike. Really stunning

“Interactive website and in-store kiosk experience allowing users to communicate their sports interests to Nike and build their own personalized player icon case displaying their selections that can be shared via Facebook and Twitter.”

Via Behance

Check out this awesome site rework by Super Top Secret. I like the Punchy, dynamic type along with an aesthetic that not only looks great but also appeals to their audience!

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Check out these awesome baseball prints by Inclenrock, and the rest of their awesome portfolio!

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