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Patricia got us going on and on and on
Unfortunately lots of the media streams these days allow people to be completely anonymous. Well, that's okay with us if they don't want credit for their work.
This person, Patricia M Pilllpat (agence eureka), has amassed a huge collection of memoribelia and antique curiosities online in a Flickr stream. Ooooba doooooba you'll love her "Taffeta" collecitons if you're into antique advertising stuff. The illustration is from her "Dessin , lettres & typo" collection but you'll want to see them all... it could be a totally endless supply of visual ideas!
Full story : Patricia M Pilllpat (agence eureka)
See her fabulous collection of movie magazine covers
Like Minded Studios . . . Wow
We told you about these guys a couple of years back, and by now they've spread their wealth of eye-candy all over the web in every imaginable corner or the socual networking world.
Clients range from Bazmark, Warner Bros, Lexus, RVCA, Nike, Stussy, Zoo York, MTV, Absolut Vodka, and Coca-Cola to name a few. Designer Luca Ionescu's is renowned for his logo and typography work which has been documented in numerous publication
Full story : Like Minded Studio
See the extravagant example of lettering
Rebranding olive oil
A new category was added to the Greek Graphic Design & Illustration Awards (EVGE) this year: Olive oil packaging.
The move was telling of the current dynamics of standardized Greek olive oil production and the export-oriented direction the market is taking, given that an increasing number of olive oil producers are approaching creative local companies in search of visual identities that will secure their products a place on the shelves of foreign supermarkets and high-end gastronomy outlets. Last year alone, Greek olive oil exports were up 24 percent in Germany and 67.5 percent in China.
Full story : International Herald Tribune
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