All the excitement over the Dark Knight Rises release has me thinking about title sequences. For me, the title design is a big part of the movie-watching experience. It sets the stage for the rest of the film. The video below is not the official Dark Knight Rises opening title. It was a class project by motion graphics designer, Doğan Can Gündoğdu. We’ll have to wait until July 20 to see how the real one measures up. If you’re interested in learning more about title design, Art of the Title has a collection of interviews and title sequences worth checking out.No Comments
Dzinewatch.com has collected 25 impressive retro/vintage inspired logo designs, check them out!
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Here’s a great collection of old firework labels and posters dating back to the 1920s.No Comments
Whether or not you’re a fan of John Mayer’s music, the album art for his newest record (Born & Raised) is definitely worth noticing – especially after you see the detailed sketches in progress.
Designer, Jayse Hansen gives an inside look on his UI design for the hit movie, The Avengers, by sharing concept work and stills of the final results.No Comments
Here’s that awesome temporary tattoo you’ve been looking for. It’s also one that’s designed by swissmiss.
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Typefaces need love too! Check out Type Connection, a typeface dating game. Along the way, you’ll learn typographic terminology, type history, and more.No Comments
Can a Font Help a City Make a Comeback?
Zak Stone, Assistant Editor at Good Design talks with D.J. Trischler and Jeremy Dooley about Chatype: a custom typeface they designed for Chattanooga.
Mosaic art used to be the cool thing to do but now there’s Pantone swatch album art! See if you can guess the albums.No Comments