As I said in my previous post I have been freelancing now since 2010. Events that transpired back then (ie being made redundant) turned my career in a different direction. I kind of fell into freelance as I had been out of work for 4 months and was at a point when I realised I needed … Continue reading The Pro’s and Con’s of Freelancing…
Harry Potter Titles re-imagined as minimalist animated GIFs - click to see the restLove these simplistic and minimalistic versions of the Harry Potter book title. Subtley animated, they capture the title perfectly in vector form. Look for the hidden scar in each one.Courtesy of Design taxi & Jace Martinez
Many years ago, my younger brother created a computer picture of the Titanic using Microsoft Paint using an old inherited PC running Windows 3.1. He was fascinated by it and I have to say he did an amazing job. Unfortunately the image was lost but time moved on and he discovered Photoshop... I came across … Continue reading The Pixel Painter
http://youtu.be/cP5gQJ6xJfE Placed on the 'Jurassic Coast' in the UK, visitors to the beach of Charmouth were greeted by a giant dragon skull. The was a very clever marketing campaign from Blinkbox to promote the release of Game of Thrones Season 3. Dragons feature heavily in the show so for fossil hunters down by the seaside, … Continue reading Excellent Marketing campaign for Blinkbox
Came across this site from a 'Like' on my own WordPress blog. Really useful and informative guide to some of the areas off the beaten track in London. Well worth a browse. London Unveiled - great places to visit off the beaten track Courtesy of Ian Bishop, Editor of London Unveiled.
Love the bold imagery and clean design of this. Really makes you want to visit these places. If only all travel sites took inspiration from this form and functionality... Escapeflight.com
Inception Explained - An interactive animated infographic. Still don't REALLY get it? :-S
Animal shadows, originally uploaded by flora_1972.
Courtesy of WebDesign Tuts+ Style guides have been around for quite a while now. Even before the days of the web, companies often needed to create consistent and unified visuals for their brand. This was and still is achieved through the use of brand or identity guidelines. Such guidelines are usually set out in a … Continue reading Useful tutorial for creating Web Style guides
Courtesy of : It's Nice That : Ogilvy's new campaign for Expedia makes great use of airport luggage tags. Love this clever little campaign for Expedia by Oglivy. Uses airport codes from luggage tags to portray different holiday themed messages. Such a simple idea but really effective.