More nice stuff from the land down under. Melbourne based Made by Big have just updated their website. There’s some nice brand and identity work to be found. I particularly like the St Kilda’s Triangle work.
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Update from Amsterdam based Another Something & Company.
Strong art direction and typography.
Biggie Smalls is a recently launched agency based in Sydney.
It was launched by Brian Eagle and Nik Bragg, both of whom have considerable experience of working at agencies all over the globe.
The work is a nice mix of brand identity and packaging, which is executed rather nicely indeed.
Today I was pointed in the direction of this lovely observational illustration blog.
It’s the handy work of designer José Guizar, who also has a good range of work on his portfolio site, consisting of some nice illustration and some lovely considered typography.
Excellent stuff. Thanks to @GaReth_Rutter for the heads up.
We tweeted about Stephen’s work yesterday but thought we’d pop a post up too. Have a look at his site and see more of his lovely work.
Maria Moore has recently updated her website with some nice new work.
I particularly like the paintball landscapes from the Traces project. There’s also some nice portraiture in there too.
I really like the simplicity of the site. You can view the images easily, and browse really quickly.
Meaning you can get a feel for the photographers style without having to dig too deep.
The Blank Sheet Project is an interesting initiative from ArjoWiggins in association with D&AD. It ask leaders from different industries how they approach the age old problem of the blank sheet of paper.
A one minute film addressing various questions will be added every week. This weeks see’s Mr Bingo step up.
A nice new site from Dean Chalkley, showcasing his work of the famous and not so famous.
I know we’re a few games in, but I just received a rather nice wall chart from the guys at Nirvana.
The designers individual portfolios are also worth a look, so check them out too. Thanks to Lucie for the heads up.
Thanks to James Hurst (not quite the same surname!) for pointing me in the direction of the Damien Hirst site.
It has a nice considered feel to it and also has a nice zoom feature in the artworks section. But what grabbed my attention though, was the beautiful test card graphic that appears as the live feed loads. Lovely.
We’ve featured an example of some nice parallax scrolling from Nike previously, but here is another nice example for Air Jordan 2012. Thanks to James for the heads up.
Not content just flipping pancakes, the guys at Big are doing the same with todays date.
I posted a few weeks back about Open Studio Club, a website that lets creative people swap or rent studio spaces around the world. To promote this resource, the talented Bill Porter has produced a series of animations based around the concept of ‘sharing’. Nice.