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Spanish art director Rafael Quilez of McCann Erickson in Madrid created this award-winning print campaign for a hospital cardiology department. It’s a shame the campaign is so specific, because the concept — that poor choices and bad habits cause more deaths than natural catastrophes, severe accidents, and even war – seems to be an important one to expose to the masses. And Quilez’s execution is right on the money. Bravo, really well done.

Via cargocollective.com

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There is something to be said for successfully mimicking a style or era of design. We often come across work that falls a little short at such an attempt, so it’s notable when someone pulls it off exquisitely. Southern California-based creative director Ty Mattson pays homage to the Showtime drama Homeland in this self-initiated series. 1950s and 60s jazz album covers are compelling specimens of design in their own right, but Mattson’s vintage approach to this modern television program is nothing short of special. His attention to detail is outstanding, and it goes without saying, the typography here is terrific. We’re clearly jazzed about this project… prints, please! (apparently coming soon!)

Via mattsoncreative.com

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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

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