Top 10 Most Popular Stories over the Past WeekBy Design Taxi Jun 30, 2012 7:11PM UTC
It may have been two months since Marvel’s ‘The Avengers’ was released worldwide, but the movie is still inspiring many to come up with their own character portrayals of ‘the earth’s mightiest heroes’.
Prada has recently launched its Fall/Winter 2012 ad campaign for their menswear—which features a stunning collection of steampunk inspired clothing—modeled by Gary Oldman, Garrett Hedlund, Jamie Bell and Willem Dafoe.
In a video by Topic Simple, they dive straight into the world of design to explain the term ‘spec work’ or ‘speculative work’ and why designers should stay away from it.
Swedish designer Anders Kjellberg has developed a stylish concept design for Apple’s eagerly anticipated iWatch.
Mechanical engineer and product designer Mimi Zou has developed a concept idea for a camera that is controlled entirely by the eye.
To mark their 50th anniversary, English rock band, The Rolling Stones, has unveiled a new logo, designed by American contemporary designer and illustrator Shepard Fairey.
“I wanted to share that little secret with those of you who are having a hard time finding a job, or who feel trapped in a job you hate:
Create your own dream job. Don’t wait for someone to hand it to you. Don’t hope that you’ll win the lottery. Don’t give up and consign yourself to a fate of misery and (worse) dullness.”
From the guy who gave us bacon typography, Brooklyn-based artist and photographer Henry Hargreaves is back with more mouth-watering work, this time in the form of deep-fried gadgets.
This LEGO model of a meth lab may just be the coolest thing coming out of AMC’s hit drama series ‘Breaking Bad’ so far.
To encourage people to read books from new authors, Argentinean independent publishers Eterna Cadencia has published a book using a special ink that slowly disappears within two months, after coming into contact with the environment.