the inevitable evolution of the the starbucks logo and brand’s identity brought from twitpic to you by felipe torres.
Taken at USF School of Mass Communication HTML5 gets a face. with the announcement fresh off the presses i decided to take the unveiling of the new logo as an opportunity to start talking about web standards and the ever changing technology on the web in my digital media class. i know that at this point in the semester it really won’t mean too [...]
star wars posters. See the full gallery on Posterous more star wars poster – check out the last batch. i found these posters on FFFFOUND. not sure who made them and there’s really not too much i can say about these nice minimalist posters except that i’m a big fan of them and of whoever [...]
thanks to lorin for bringing this great post to my attention. republished from matthew inman aka “the oatmeal,” a former web designer turned comic artist. uou can see more of his work on the oatmeal. as matthew is a one man operation, so be sure to check out posters and prints from his shop.
ads that speak for themselves. See the full gallery on Posterous print ads are a science in their own right. from experience i know that they always present problems for designers: how can you creatively deliver a message in limited amount of space without accompanying explanation that you can pack into radio or tv ads? on the one side [...]
the cost of rebranding. think rebranding is cheap? think again. think logo design is cheap? think again. below are the actual prices paid by some major brands for rebranding and logo redesign. Pepsi Anz BP Helios BBC One [...]
code of the official webpage of north korea via thedailywtf.com quick explanation for non-web people: the html-code <strong> does not mean that something is “strong” or “powerful”, but rather simply just bold. the developer of the official north-korean website must have not been aware of this and just to be safe put in a few dozen extra <strong> [...]