Overall, we are all agreed with the so-called “Terms & Conditions” of Apple and yet paradoxically we all agree that we haven’t ever read it. This paradox raises the warning of the writer Jessica Mullen presenting a booklet in which she reinterprets graphically the End User License Agreement of Apple and tells the story of a man who’s “agreeing too quickly”.
Voici un court-métrage d’animation réalisé par l’illustrateur animateur belge Mathijs Demaeght. Entitled “Flow”, the story is about a young girl makes an unexpected friend when a white wolf takes her through a mysterious portal on a journey to confront her grief. Loneliness, grief, friendship and love resonate in our heads.
Here is the new book by the publisher based in Hong Kong, Viction:ary. Entitled “64GB – 64 Eminent Creatives from Great Britain”, this book is a sketch of British design scene shaped by established and emerging creative units. The packaging is inspired by the design of SD memory cards.
For the song “Never Knew” of Sunken Foal & Si Schroeder, director Kevin McGloughlin has filmed a psychedelic clip playing on lights and abstract patterns’ symmetry. The videomaker wanted to explain the idea that our time perception and inner clock are distorted by illusions, emotions and the spatio-temporal frame we’re in.
Here is a series of illustrations made by Russian artist Evgeny Kazantsev for the annual calendar of Gefest Insurance Company in collaboration with Burjui Bang! Bang ! agency. The idea is to show how the real places and objects of our time will develop and integrate into the world of future.
Spanish graphic designer Muokkaa has been commissioned by Yorokobu magazine, for their issue 58, in order to make a calendar filled by visuals showing numbers from 0 to 3. A real work has been accomplished on the 3D, the colors, the numbers’ shapes and their composition. To discover in the gallery.
“Amado” by Hyatt is an artisanal Mexican bakery, offering typical and regional candies which are unique by their vivid colors and various textures. Studio Anagrama, whose we have already talked about, got busy inventing their packagings and branding by getting inspired by the architect Luis Barragán’s modern style, the classico-romantism of poet Amado Nervo and the vivid palette of their candies.
Matt Murphy is an illustrator based in the UK. The artist, active since 2006, mainly working in the world of editorial. His illustrations have appeared in publications such as The Economist, The Guardian or The New York Times. Graceful work that mixes textures and aspires to lead our consciences.