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London creative agency Tom Hingston Studio was hired to create a campaign the ninth studio album released by British singer-songwriter Robbie Williams, Take The Crown. We wouldn’t normally take notice of random album art, but the work they’ve done is exceptional. THS literally scanned William’s head, then rendered it in a variety of ways. And the results are fantastic. THS explains, “Generating such a wealth of material meant that we could take a much more playful approach to revealing the campaign imagery – allowing the head to appear and behave differently across the various platforms – be it online, print, Augmented Reality, motion billboards or TV.”

Via hingston.net

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Istanbul-based designer/illustrator Selman HOŞGÖR has a distinctive collage style. We love how he merges vintage photography with illustration and typography. In less capable hands, this series could come across as rather pedestrian, novice work. But HOŞGÖR really hits the mark with these. Great balance of uniformity between each piece to come across as a true series. Could definitely see these evolving into other series… love his style.

Via Behance

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Menu design is often not recognized as much as it should be… truly under appreciated. Sure, there are plenty of pedestrian menu designs out there, but we sometimes encounter some great ones that make a lasting impression. Young, Grand Rapids, MI-based designer Scott Schermer designed this fantastic menu for Founders Brewing Co. (which, for some crazy reason, has not been implemented). We love the hand crafted feel and well-conceived hierarchy. And be sure to check out more of Schermer’s work… clearly very talented.

Via sschermer.com

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