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The Game of Stranger arrived at The Dieline’s doorstep shortly before the holiday break, and we all instantly dropped whatever we should have been working on to open it up. This was one holiday gift we couldn’t wait to see. This year’s Stranger & Stranger holiday gift certainly didn’t disappoint—it did, however, confuse, excite, and amaze us, all at once.Read More Packaging & Articles at TheDieline.com
 


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Art Director: Alice PesentiProject Type: Produced, Commercial WorkLocation: SpainEl Cantizal is a Spanish premium olive oil. It's centennial olive trees are located in the heart of Andalusia, based in a unique microclimate which allows the company to obtain exclusive olive oils of extraordinary quality. The objective was to create an image that could express the warm and powerful energy of Andalucía, and also to create a unique brand that stands out from its competitors.Read moreVisit Packaging of the World for more packaging design inspiration.
 


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Creative Agency: Bzoing Design & CréativitéCreative Director: Jean-Philippe Berthiaume Artistic Director & Designer: Victoria Di ValerioPhotographer: Véronique Duplain Printer Impression QuébecProject Type: Produced, Commercial WorkClient: Domaine des 15 lotsLocation: Montréal, CanadaPackaging Contents: Maple SyrupPackaging Substrate / Materials: PaperPrinting Process: OffsetThis packaging was created for Domaine des 15 lots, a Quebec based artisanal maple syrup brand. They approached us to conceive the packaging for their new collection of three different maple syrups: amber, light and medium . In their brief, the client challenged us to bundle the three 250ml bottles without using any type of glue. In order to respect their request we created a custom die-line which when assembled holds together the three bottles while creating a handle for convenient transportation. The design also incorporates delicate die-cut maple trees with a spile and bucket referencing where and how the syrup is collected.Read moreVisit Packaging of the World for more packaging design inspiration.
 


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Creative Agency: RIO CreativeDesign Team Leader: Tuan La Graphic Design: Tuan La, Viet Do, Dzunh Le, Tuan Chelsea Account & Copywriting: Nguyet Anh Creative Director: Tung JunoProject Type: ConceptLocation: Hanoi, VietnamPackaging Contents: Fish sauce, shrimp paste, bean paste, rice vinegarPackaging Substrate / Materials: Paper labelPrinting Process: Digital printingCause images directly impact to the consumer’s consideration and then encourage them to buy, design is one of the powerful weapons for strengthening the attraction of products in the market. Understanding the advantages of eye-catching points, RIO TEAM decided to create those below package series in order to broadcast our traditional culture all over the world. Simple but attractive, every single product embrace the pride of Vietnamese farmers about our food cuisine.Read moreVisit Packaging of the World for more packaging design inspiration.
 


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Creative Agency: SOGOODCreative Director: Rob Verhaart Designer: Jaimy HoogenhoutProject Type: Produced, Commercial WorkClient: PeezeLocation: the NetherlandsPackaging Contents: CoffeePeeze produces premium quality coffee for the business-to-business channel. Now they are introducing a 'BEST COLLECT" specialty range. These are single origin coffees with a limited volume. The concept is not only about the excellent taste, but moreover about the special stories behind the coffebeans. It is not a mix, but beans originating from one country, region or even only one plantation and one harvest. The local specialists know every detail of these coffees. The illustrations on the packaging are about the voyage of discovery and preparing the coffee.Read moreVisit Packaging of the World for more packaging design inspiration.
 


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Ode Goods is a website that showcases and sells handcrafted sustainable jewels, created from waste material.
 


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Bound the Epic Lego Movie by Monitogo Studios
 


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Heatwave by Skycar Creative - Check the behind the scenes video! A heatwave brings productivity to a halt in a small office, leaving everyone sluggish, sweating, and barely able to work. But one co-worker finds an answer to the swelter.“Heatwave” is the first episode in a stop-motion series produced by production company Skycar Creative. Process We decided to make a completely stop-motion show that involved humans and props. We did consider “cheating” by using a 4K camera and then reducing frame-rate in post. But, after doing some initial tests, it just looked like low framerate choppy video; too smooth and predictable. So, we decided to bite the bullet and shoot on the 5D with all stills and then sequence them in editorial. We weren’t too surprised when our one day shoot turned into one 14 hour day plus a half day the next. The Concept This is the first in a series where we’d like to experiment with stop motion techniques and create mini stories of solving universal human problems (being too hot is the first). We’ve since been able to do some stop motion work on a client project and from both of these experiences have developed some nice workflow improvements that we’re excited to use on the next episode. We have the next 2 episodes concepted. The goal is to push the creative and learn something for each new show. Humans in Slow Motion We discovered a lot here because you have to break down everyday, automatic movements frame-by-frame. For example: if you reach for something on your desk, what does your head do? If you grab something, how long does your hand pause on it before you lift it and bring it towards you? It’s an interesting micro-view of how we move through space and playing with those variables can create a curious visual feel in the shots. Also? It was very hard and awkward to do. Effects & Props It took us a bit of time to move from the concept (cooling off a co-worker who is too hot) to the actual execution. We knew we wanted a feeling of magic transformation, but didn’t want it to be too sci-fi. In fact, we decided to shoot everything practically, in-camera - no digital effects. We started with just an ice-cube bursting into snow but then thought it would be more fun to have some mechanism that helps to crush it. We sketched out ideas and brought  in potential props like a vintage fan and a food processor, but once Aaron came up with the meat grinder there was no arguing, as it was visually fun and would do a great job with ice. o To get the ice cube to appear, we originally planned to use melting ice and then reverse it but that proved too unpredictable (and too much time pressure). So, we modeled 13 levels of a 3D ice cube and printed them on a stereolithography 3d printer. Add a little glycerine in each shot and you’ve got yourself a growing, wet ice cube. The rig for the snow required four strong hands balancing a 12 foot cardboard tube, a sifting basket, a hairdryer, and some luck. VFX While all elements were shot on camera (even our paper towel snow), we did rely on some compositing to get our final look. Because we shot all props and people in the actual space, we relied on background plates to erase support rigs and people who were helping make the animations happen. The primary technique: roto, roto, roto. Lighting Knowing that our shoot would extend into the wee hours, our DP Jason Joseffer  blacked out all windows and then built a strong source from left side of frame to give us a consistent “sun” raking through the window. So, that close-up shot of Jane wiping her glasses? That was shot, much to her dismay, around 1am. Sound Design Jeremiah Moore and team member Jasper Sharp put in quite a bit of work creating the foley for the soundscape. One of the challenges was to create an atmosphere that accurately reflected the subtleties of the character’s movements as well as their surroundings. Much of the foley was made using household items and with our voices. For example, to make the ice formation we used the popping of a ventilation pipe and combined those recordings with Jeremiah’s effects processing. What was also cool about this process was creating the ambient noises within the office, the most important of which was the radio that allowed us to provide a narrative setting for the film and incorporate music. Music We went for a surf style riff that our friend from New York sent over and then Jasper pulled together a drum track to work with it. It was great to produce an original soundtrack for this piece because we could time everything as needed and have complete control of the song structure. After the track was finished we added distortion and noise to get it sounding like it was coming from a radio. CREDITS Studio: Skycar Creative Directors/Talent: Aaron Barry & Jane Selle Morgan Producer/VFX: Manuel Reta Director of Photography: Jason Joseffer Art Director: Maxwell Smith Production Coordinator/Grip: Kyle Hanson McKee Production Assistant/Fanimator: Jasper Sharp Music: Steven Garabedian & Jasper Sharp Sound Design: Jeremiah Moore & Jasper Sharp
 


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Director Marco Stoltze of Copenhagen-based filmmakers 73collective directs video for "Eighty Four", the latest release from Tom and His Computer, aka Danish producer Thomas Bertelsen
 


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“Klein Wien” (“Little Vienna”) by Wolfgang Matzl produced by Moana Rom music by Dane Forrest Obuchowski / „Wiener Blut“ by Dominik Meissnitzer
 


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[Click here to view the video in this article] President-elect Donald Trump is scheduled to take office as the 45th President of the United States next week. In anticipation of this widely debatable event, W magazine has decided to rope in several A-list celebrities, such as Emma Stone, Na...
 


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During the creative process, a lot of things can change—this is exactly what Auckland, New Zealand-based designer Andrew Kirp wants to show with his series ‘From Sketch to Result’. Putting his initial sketches in side-by-side comparisons with the final artworks, he seeks to highlight th...
 


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Dubai Monsters, which previously created this infographic on web design and UX trends, has created yet another infographic—this time about logo design. According to it, design trends such as minimalism, negative space, and kinetic logos will continue to strengthen and become popular in 2017...
 


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Are you looking to transform and improve your life in 2017? If you are, here are some helpful tips and hacks from Chloe Chong of Lifehack to get you on the right track. Illustrated as easy to read graphics, they cover various aspects of life—from learning how to become more confident to sim...
 


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[Click here to view the video in this article] Shingeru Miyamoto sat down with Vox to discuss his philosophy about designing video games. Having created iconic games such as Donkey Kong, The Legend of Zelda, and Mario, Miyamoto talks about the history of video games, game design, and the f...
 


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“We have two pieces that we are very proud of. Both are similar in that they immerse viewers using motion that mimics Nature in a seemingly very simple way. A wholly immersive flow of fluid particles elicits a deeply felt response in ‘Nike – Force Of Nature’. It uses kinetic interaction and a treadmill fitted with effects that amplify the feeling of getting into the flow of running. While ‘Spectra 3’ is another immersive experience that creates a choreography of movement, through light and sound, by illuminating its surroundings with dancing reflections. The emotional responses these projects create are central to the success of these projects.”
 


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Whether you are happy or unhappy about Donald Trump becoming the president of the US, this humorous poster cum calendar created by graphic designer Kurt McGhee would probably make you smile. Wanting to demonstrate exactly how long a Trump presidency would last, he titled this piece ‘1462 Da...
 


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Famous partner of the major world sports events, Dppi invites us to design its digital identity.
 


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United Dreams by Yannay Matarasso & Daniella MerozTwo mysterious figures who stand Amongst the ruins of an abandoned building breathe life into it through magical and enchanting dance.
 


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Do you prefer Steve Jobs or Tim Cook as CEO of Apple? In the following infographic by Ohio University, it takes a look at how much Apple has changed under the leadership of Cook. Check it out below: Click to view enlarged version Click to view enlarged version [via Ohio University]...
 


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"Music Festival, teamLab Jungle is an experiential music festival in which a vivid 4D space is created by millions of dazzling moving light lines crossing each other. In the space filled with countless moving light lines that interactively change by sound, everyone can dance and intuitively make music."
 


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FWA of the day 12 January 2017: Star Wars Arcade: X-Wing Fighter Project Link Short of actually owning an X-Wing this is the closest you'll get to taking the controls of the most iconic starfighter in the Sci-Fi universe! And best of all, uber cute BB-8 is your companion! #FOTD #thefwa
 


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Robot & Bear by Leila Markus - knitted toys stop motion
 


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Evil or Humble? Man or Myth? Nol Honig went out in search of the Mystery Man of Motionographer and lived to tell the tale. Spoiler Alert: Carlos no longer tells people that he's a porn star.
 


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To highlight the prejudice and stereotypes that black girls have to face in school, National Women’s Law Center created a video that focuses on the negative words used to describe these girls. Sending the message that schools are biased against black girls in the classroom, this short clip
 


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Italian architect and illustrator Federico Babina, who was previously featured here, returns with a new project. Titled ‘Architale’, he has imagined what popular fairy tales would look like as whimsical buildings. Check them out below, or click here to view the full collection. ...
 


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Low poly has been gaining popularity as an artistic style in recent years due to its distinctive, visually striking aesthetic. Based in Athens, Greece, freelance designer Christos Ellinas has applied this technique to the illustration of beloved superheroes from the Marvel universe, including...
 


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If you are fans of Disney, you will be happy to know that there are several new movies to look forward this year, such as the highly anticipated Star Wars: Episode VIII. To give you a taste of what is to come in 2017, Disney has just revealed new logos, pictures and synopses for its upcoming ...
 


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An otherworldly odyssey that blew people's mind all around the world in media art festivals and art galleries. Morphogenesis is a VR experience inspired by the phenomenon of emergence in self-organized systems. Created by two independent artists Can Buyukberber, Yagmur Uyanik and Fulbright Scholars based in San Francisco, it is an audiovisual journey through different planes of the digital and physical universe. 360 VR Preview
 


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Creative Agency: One & One DesignProject Type: Produced, Commercial WorkPackaging Content: Red packet, moneyLocation: China"Red Packet from Home" is a large-scale theme creative activity organized by Art Cool Special Planning Group. Thirty-four designers were invited to carry out design and creation around the country's 34 provinces and cities.Invited by the cool arts, in late 2016 for the home of Jilin, a red envelope design called "The Lucky Packet From Hometown" was created.On winter mornings, we will often see this unique natural landscape, and especially in Jilin Rime most charm, magnificent picturesque. In this red packet, the same beautiful landscape is recreated using special printing effects.Read moreVisit Packaging of the World for more packaging design inspiration.
 


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Creative Agency: Hired Guns CreativePrinter: Westkey GraphicsPhotography: Sean FenzlProject Type: Produced, Commercial WorkClient: Driftwood BreweryLocation: CanadaPackaging Contents: BeerPackaging Substrate / Materials: Glass / VinylPrinting Process: FlexographyFor Venatrix Framboise, Driftwood Brewery’s new addition to their Bird of Prey series of sour beers, we decided to embody the cute-aggressive character of a raspberry in a quirky illustration of a screech owl, her expression equal parts menacing and irresistible. The light-blue of her narrowing eyes glare through finely-rendered red-orange feathers. We chose a name that means “huntress," and gave her a voice in the form of a playful poem, ripe with neologisms in little berry-bursts.Am the hunt. Under prickle-thickets, grasping raspberry bushels,peck-picking pucker-sweet fruitlets by the bush-full. Am hunting. Unripe, ripe, over. All a-screech with red words in the bird-light, red-light of me. Then thornless in the after-now of no-hunt, plump and plume, but am huntress, always-ever. Am Venatrix.Read moreVisit Packaging of the World for more packaging design inspiration.
 


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Creative Agency: Babes PapesProject Type: Produced, Commercial WorkLocation: Vienna, AustriaPackaging Contents: Rolling papersPackaging Substrate / Materials: PaperPrinting Process: Digital printCustom Designed Rolling Paper Packaging for Collectors, Art Enthusiasts, and Babes Lovers!What's Unique?Individual artistic design, no glue, the whole packaging is made out of paper, converting the packaging into a frameable art piece.Read moreVisit Packaging of the World for more packaging design inspiration.
 


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“Baianat.com itself is the project we are most proud of as we had a great many challenges to overcome. Principally it was a question of how to integrate the user interface and user experience in the design process as the website has a huge amount of content. We have used some great concepts and some customised programming to arrive at what we regard as a piece of art.”
 


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Stone soup by Milán Kopasz - stop motion animation with the special puppetoons technique
 


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FWA of the day 14 January 2017: Reimagine – Etihad VR Experience ft. Nicole Kidman Project Link Take a virtual flight on Etihad’s luxurious A380 in the most ‘high’-end VR experience to date. This 5-minute film stars Nicole Kidman and takes you on a cinematic tour of the plane and everything that comes with it. Download the app and experience what Etihad means by Flying Reimagined. #FOTD #thefwa
 


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The Guru’s Ride by István Lugosi
 


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If you are a fan of Japanese retailer MUJI, it is probably because you approve of its minimalist design philosophy. Based on the brand’s signature minimalism, South Korean graphic designer Yunjung Seo has created a graphic project that features animated icons of the company’s popular prod...
 


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Artist Becky Margraf has embarked on a 100 day project that will definitely put a smile on your face. Using nothing but felt, she has created 100 square characters with adorable smiley faces. These lovable characters are all available for your viewing pleasure on her Instagram. Check out s...
 


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[Click here to view the video in this article] It makes sense that good things do not come cheap—but when it comes to art, can price really be equated with quality? YouTube channel Buzzfeed Blue recently put this to the test by finding out what tattoos of different price points look lik...
 


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In a world where a quick search on Google would bring up all the information needed about the person you are trying to contact, business cards can appear quaint and unnecessary. However, a physical card is still able to make much more of an impression than a LinkedIn page—and if your card l...
 


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[Click here to view the video in this article] YouTube channel WatchCut Video, which is known for its ‘100 Years of Beauty’ series, has taken a different approach for its 29th episode. Instead of focusing on a particular beauty trend in a culture, its latest video decided to give atten...
 


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Many of the biggest and most successful companies in the world today are technology brands, which means that their visual identities and logos could be seen all over the world. You may think that you know your logos, but do you know exactly how the major technology companies have altered thei...
 


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"Splendor of Existence" is a video art that aims to engender wonder and inspiration by drifting you through a vast dreamlike sea of tranquility. Created and directed by Apostolos Stefanopoulos  
 


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Runner-up at our Digital Decade 2015, Sweden-based digital artist Pandagunda shares his recent surreal and glitchy artworks mainly distorted portraits. Runner-up at The Digital Decade III "His Majesty The Glitch", Barcelona, OFFF15 People with surreal spikes and growths shooting out of their heads, glossy 3D shapes, and often an almost floral treatment creates works that require a second and third look. With a focus on 3D and cinema 4D, Pandagunda’s work celebrates the beauty in technology, mistakes, and nature simultaneously. @PANDAGUNDA
 


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Broomberg & Chanarin’s first solo exhibition at Lisson Gallery Milan provides a broad overview of the artists’ work through eight different photographic series from 2006 to 2016, presented alongside a new work created especially for the show. TRACE EVIDENCE is created when objects collide or connect and some material is transferred by friction between them. The term is associated with forensic science and the reconstruction of crimes, often describing how people, places and inanimate things interact with each other.
 


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2Pac Stop Motion Tribute by Rémi Brissaud  Twenty years after the passing away of Tupac Amaru Shakur, his music resonates today more than ever and he gets the chance to once again perform one of his most famous tracks, “Changes”, with the help of stop motion director Remi Brissaud and his clay character. 
 


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[Click here to view the video in this article] ‘Fantastic Nukes & Where To Drop Them’, ‘The Old Man And The Rising Sea Levels’, and ‘How To Win Friends And Influence Elections’. These were just some of the fake book titles that comedian Scott Rogowsky created for his latest sub...
 


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Will eating carrots help you see in the dark? Does stress really turn your hair gray? Find out if these statements are true in the following infographic by Unum. Exploring 10 health and wellbeing myths, the infographic aims to clear the air regarding these commonly heard statements. Click ...
 


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[Click here to view the video in this article] When it comes to logo design, not all letters in the alphabet are made equal—some are more difficult to work with than others. According to designer Gregory Ortiz of YouTube channel Seso, the letters with simpler shapes, such as ‘L’, ’...
 


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Unleash your inner Mustang, anywhere. Turn your mobile into a Ford Mustang and show off your drifting skills. Unlock awesome badges and watch a real Mustang unleash your moves.
 


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You Are Not A Peach by Alise Anderson Created with cardstock and a hot glue gun, Alise Anderson spent 8 months building over 600 three dimensional shapes out of paper. Her grand plan? To make shapes and color dance to house music. She created several Gifs before shooting the 1.5 minute stop motion animation, which includes over 1,000 photographs that explode into seemingly spontaneous dance.
 


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Helvetica is one of the most famous and well-liked typefaces in the world—however, there are also many who think that it is a little boring. Based in the UK, visual designer Teodor Georgiev decided to give Helvetica a fun make-over by twisting its letterforms into mind-bending impossible sh...
 


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[Click here to view the video in this article] In the following video essay by The Royal Ocean Film Society, it explores the role and responsibilities of an editor while working on an animated film. Check out this education video below: How Do You Edit an Animated Film? from The Royal O...
 


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Created by Henning Marxen, Crossvision is a series of video art sequences of recognisable yet disorienting sceneries that combine the popular slit-scan capturing technique with a specially designed camera slider.
 


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Actions speak louder than words—and in the case of poor body language, it might even cost you that job offer. Created by On Stride, the following infographic points out seven common body language interview mistakes and how you can avoid them. Some mistakes highlighted in the infographic ...
 


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После того как ваш кавалер сделал предложение руки и сердца начинается самое важное, подготовка непосредственно к торжеству. Это приятные, но очень ответственные хлопоты, включающие в себя покупку платья, заказ машин, но самое главное это банкет. Это главная часть расходов сметы, которая составлена. Но как правильно рассчитать, сколько же денег, потребуется на его организацию? Как сэкономить […]
 


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Balancing between art and illustration a bold graphics of Thomas Hedger is a good reminder that only personal techniques makes every artist unique. Using print, and more over, silk print style with heavy lines and pure forms, rasterised shadows and pop art topics Thomas' works stand out and invite you to move forward by that colourful river of emotions and small stories. @hedgerart
 


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Design Agency Salad CreativeDesigner: Perry RoweProject Type: ConceptLocation: BournemouthPackaging Contents: Confectionery/ChocolateBased in Dorset, The Dorset Chocolate Company are dedicated to making delicious handmade chocolate. To reach to a wider audience, I was asked to reinvent their identity. Whilst Dorset is commonly known for its historical context, I wanted to avoid the heritage cliché. Looking into the famous landscapes, my inspiration was drawn to the underlying rock formation that create these magnificent sceneries. Watercolour was used to add artistic value to the brand and attract the right target audience.Read moreVisit Packaging of the World for more packaging design inspiration.
 


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Creative Agency: SchawkManaging Director: Reiko Nakamura Design Director: Soichi YamaguchiProject Type: Produced, Commercial WorkClient: Coca-ColaLocation: JapanPackaging Contents: Non-alcoholic BeveragePackaging Substrate / Materials: PlasticPrinting Process: FlexographyGlaceau is one of key brands of The Coca-Cola Company. Originated from New York City, Glaceau is growing in global market presence.Targeting the sleep-deprived 20 - 40 year working adults in Japan, The Coca-Cola Company has requested for Schawk Japan to design a label for “Glaceau Sleepwater”, a new product which aims to provide a restful slumber and increased sleep quality. Glaceau Sleepwater is the first brand in The Coca-Cola Company to be approved under “Foods with Function” by the Consumer Affairs Agency in Japan. The design mission was to preserve Glaceau’s classic style while adhering to regulatory boundaries.The concept took inspiration from a droplet and crescent moon to symbolise a rising moon in the deep and clear blue night of Japan. On the bottom, regulatory claims were provided on low contrast colours, allowing the product to remain classy, simple, stylish. Glaceau Sleepwater was launched in May 2016 in-store and online with a variety of promotions in the Japan market.Read moreVisit Packaging of the World for more packaging design inspiration.
 


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Designer: Klára PlicováProject Type: Student ProjectLocation: Czech RepublicPackaging Contents: Gas cookerPackaging Substrate / Materials: PaperPrinting Process: Screen printingPackaging design for a gas cooker is a student project that was created at the Faculty of Design and Arts Ladislav Sutnar. New logo for fictional brand Forward was created and it is all completed by simple vector illustration.The package is in one piece without the using adhesives. In the first part of the box is a gas cooker itself and in the second part is an accessory - manual with instructions, matches and textile bag.The idea behind the project is connecting people with nature and capturing the moments from journey.Read moreVisit Packaging of the World for more packaging design inspiration.
 


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FWA of the day 16 January 2017: Pursuit Of Sound Project Link Avoid obstacles, catch the items and create your own soundtrack through your mad musical run. A webgl experiment avaiblable on Desktop, Mobile and Cardboard. Ready to rock? #FOTD #thefwa
 


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FWA of the day 15 January 2017: NikeLab Infinity Room Project Link An immersive scenography for the launch of Nike’s LunarEpic FlyKnit shoe, giving visitors a taste of the future of running. #FOTD #thefwa
 


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Every shirt matters by @studioflox  
 


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WebGL and RealTime 3D seasons greetings from munich based studio for design & technology Astral
 


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Credit: Ewan Warburton Credit: Andy Williams Credit: Anton Karmanov You may never have given it much thought, but art has the potential to drag traditional, quaint activities or items into the modern world, applying an artistic touch to bring them back into … Continue reading → The post Bingomation: Transforming Bingo Through Modern Art For The Tech Generation appeared first on Beautiful/Decay.
 


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Branding is a tricky business and it is difficult to get it right all the time—and sometimes, companies can completely fail at it. Website Logo Design Guru recently shared an infographic that documents the “top 10 biggest brand disasters of 2016”—these examples are not of companies ma...
 


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Design by Paulius Kairevicius A logo design need not be elaborate to be good—in fact, in many cases, keeping things simple is a good idea. Website Branding Beard recently published an article stating that a “simple,sexy logo” can be very effective in branding a start-up or small busine...
 


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Is your business or client targeting millennials? If they are, you might want to study their shopping habits. In the following infographic by FeelGood Contact Lenses, it highlights 10 things that millennials refuse to spend money on. These 10 things include television, cars, weddings, alco...
 


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After struggling with anxiety some years ago, New York City-based illustrator Lauren Lee decided to embark on a creative project titled ‘100 Ways To Worry’, which would act as “a tool to exercise small reminders of positivity every day”. She invites people to submit one worry and one ...
 


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If you have ever been part of a creative team, you would know that it takes the effort of everyone in it to produce a great piece of work—however, collaboration may not come easy. This may be particularly true for the relationship between the art director and the copywriter, which is why Ne...
 


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Are you a pace setting leader who runs a highly motivated and skilled team? Or perhaps you’re a democratic leader whose team works together to find the best possible solution? Find out what kind of leader you are in the following flowchart by Headway Capital. Highlighting six different ...
 


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FWA of the day 13 January 2017: Merci-Michel Project Link Merci-Michel is a digital production house based in Paris. We specialize in creating cutting edge interactive solutions, ground breaking user interfaces and immersive campaigns. #FOTD #thefwa
 


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[Click here to view the video in this article] Unlike its earlier characters like Hello Kitty, who is always cute and nice, Sanrio’s recent characters have more relatable traits, including human flaws—for instance, the very popular Gudetama a very lazy egg yolk. The company has just in...
 


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“My main approach to interactive design is from a story-telling perspective; it can be either a protagonist, a supporting character or an antagonist (bad design). In my work, the best interactive design doesn’t get in the way of the story, it’s something that is almost taken for granted and flows seamlessly with the story that I am communicating. Interactive design is the journey that will lead me to achieve my goals. The quality of the design will ultimately shape my experience, and great design always leaves me with a positive and fun memory.”
 


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Are you afraid to decline extra work from the boss even when your plate is already full? If you answered ‘yes’, you should check out the following infographic by The Business Backer. Titled ‘How To Say No At Work’, the infographic will teach you how to politely decline work without af...
 


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French artist Soasig Chamaillard started to collect damaged statues of the Virgin Mary and restore them in a perfect own way adding superficial abilities one can only pray for. Our favourite is Notre Dame du Poulpe or simply Lady Octopus SONY DSC @soasigchamaillard
 


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“Working on the Micromax native-music project was a really satisfying project from the perspective that it required the entire user story to be told to the client, creating a pitch and finally creating a design that was highly interactive, where users seamlessly connected between their offline and online music. It required some very neat scoping out for product specs as well as converting those into modern mobile interactions for users to discover and play music in a totally new fashion such as relaying it offline from the phone to the app, which then suggests similar such songs online.”
 


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teded: Today, we’re hoping to inspire a little animated fun! We’re using a neat animation method called ‘pixilation’, in which humans are used as stop-motion puppets, to get from Point A to Point B. So grab your tablet or your smart phone or your camera, and come make human stop-motion with us! Why walk there when you could slide there? Just like in stop-motion animation, the puppet moves just a bit for every photo that’s taken. So: Step to your left, Photo, Repeat! Here’s the oldest trick in the ‘Special Effects’ book! In George Méliès’ ‘A Trip to the Moon’ from 1902, he infamously turn the camera off, had the subject leave the screen, and turned the camera back on to continue the shot, thus creating cinema’s first disappearing act! So, remember that film is just a series of photographs, and that you, too, can teleport! Fly there! This one also counts as a daily work out. Just like we did in the slide, except with a jump! And a very well timed cameraperson… So: Step to your left, Jump, Photo, Repeat! You’ll notice we did a few jumping photos in place at the beginning and end to really make the puppet look like she can fly. Have fun with it! What do you have in your home that you can play with and add to the animation? Our favorite part about animation is that truly everything is possible! So whatever kooky idea you have, you can make happen with just a little planning and the right tools.  For more details on how we made these animations, be sure to watch Animation basics: Homemade special effects - TED-Ed
 


motionographer.com
 


designcollector.net
Bonobo - ‘Break Apart’ featuring Rhye is the second track (watch the first) from Bonobo’s new album Migration, to be released 13th January 2017 on Ninja TuneMusic video Directed by Neil Krug
 


designcollector.net
Smoke through fire is a music promo for Lulu Rouge, directed by Jay Harwood, inspired by the lyrics the narrative follows a relationship breaking apart, each scene is representative of a different force that effects the relationship, the centrifugal force that plays most prominently throughout the piece pushes and pulls the dancers that esculates to a point of break. Covered in ash and dirt our protagonist fights through the violent metaphores, the antogonist slowly realises that the failing relationship is due to his actions and ultimately loses the most.The symbolism is represented through choreography from dancers Ask La Cour and Georgina Pazcoguni a Principal and Soloist from New York City Ballet. The different dance and movement was motion captured together, catching all the neuneces of these exceptional dancers.
 


designcollector.net
"In this intriguing sculptural series spanning 2005 to 2014, LA-based artist Walead Beshty packaged his artworks in FedEx boxes and shipped them across the country to exhibitions and galleries. But unlike most artists who utilize every bit of care to protect and pad their artwork from the inevitable rough handling of mail carriers, Beshty designed his pieces to break. For his famous FedEx works he constructed laminate glass objects that fit seamlessly within the dimensions of standard size shipping boxes. Through the “normal” handling the objects would inevitably crack and shatter and it was up to curators and gallerists to carefully remove each piece for display. The fragile volumes were then given titles that specifically mention the date, tracking number, and box size of shipment." Read More on Colossal
 


thefwa.com
FWA of the day 11 January 2017: Orange — Happy 2017 Project Link Orange wishes you a 2017 full of wonderful surprises! #FOTD #thefwa
 



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