I remember when I was a little boy that I would make some collages to use as book cover. And I used to make some pretty cool stuff, but this dude makes some awesome stuff. His name is Greg Gossel, and was born in Wisconsin in 1982. I've been looking at some cool collages recently, but this dude's work is impressive. And, if you really enjoy it, you may take it home with you, because these are actually for sale! Enjoy! You may visit this links [#1, #2] for further information about the artist. AUTHOR: PAULO ANTUNES!!!!! | If you want to write an article and have it published here send it via email to abduzeedo[at]abduzeedo.com
Vintage, vintage, vintage. Yes!! We're getting an overload of it!!! So, how do you like Sovietic poster design? If you are a sucker for it, I bet you'll really like these! And if you not acquainted with Sovietic propaganda, or any propaganda at all, before we start, you should know that "Lenin created the first truly modern propaganda machine, and its most colorful, dramatic and original form was the poster". THANK YOU, Lenin. The New Economic Policy (1921-1927) The First and Second Five Year Plans (1928-1937) The Great Patriotic War (1939-1945) The Cold War (1946-1984) Others Source links: #1, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9.
LPs are becoming more rare everyday, and collectors everywhere just love to find some cool, old school music. Here are some great covers for you. Great covers indeed, but some of them are a bit weird, some really funny, but most of them are pure inspiration for you! All these are from LP Cover Lover. Enjoy! Psychedelia - A burst of colors! Soul - Gotta love these... Beatnik - I love these Country - Cool songs for sure Dance / Disco / Twist / Others Gospel Hawaiian Latin Bizarre - My favorite part. Yeah... and this dude probably died of a massive throat cancer. Author: Paulo Antunes | If you want to write an article and have it published here send it via email to abduzeedo[at]abduzeedo.com
To celebrate the flair, color and creativity of the Brazilian origins, Brahma beer is launching VISTOBRAHMA, a design competition which offers up and coming creative minds the chance to get their work seen. The main cash prize of £5,000 and it's an excellent chance to see your design on Brahma beer packaging throughout the UK. All types of work are welcome, whether its painting, illustration, photography, street art or anything in between. Cutting edge Brit Artist Stella Vine heads up the judging panel. Joining her are up-and-coming artists Jimi Crayon and Harry Pye who have also created their own limited edition designs. VISTOBRAHMA is open to anyone in the UK – whether you’re a painter, illustrator, photographer, street artist or anything in between. All you have to do is create a design based on the spirit of Brahma and Urban Brasil – originality, authenticity, style and flair – and submit it via post or our website WWW.VISTOBRAHMA.COM. Not only will the winning design be put into production and be seen and touched by hundreds of thousands of people around the country, but there’s also a CASH prize of £5,000 on offer - so the winning artist could even visit Brasil and experience the spirit of Brahma for themselves. Stella Vine became involved in the project having previously worked with other competitions and projects that are designed to encourage people to get involved in art and design. Stella, who ran her own project space 'Rosy Wilde' from a disused butchers shop in East London for emerging artists, hopes that VISTOBRAHMA will show that the arts can offer career fulfilment as well as cultural stimulation. She said: “VISTOBRAHMA is a brilliant example of a cool brand asking people from the creative community to interpret its image from their point of view. It’s great that a young artist will get such a strong boost to their career, as the exposure that the winner will have is huge. On top of that Brasil has amazing cultural heritage so there should be plenty of inspiration to get people started.” VISTOBRAHMA is a great chance to promote yourself and, perhaps, get a good amount of money, unfortunately it's only for UK residents. For more information visit their website. Some images from their site's gallery:
This week I had to create a new Business card for my company, ZEE. I have to say, this sort of work, like creating a business cards, is not as easy as some people think. Actually it’s pretty hard to condense our business to a size of a business card. "The business card... is kind of an extension of yourself. It's a little bit of giving yourself to someone else."— Ken Erdman, founder of the Business Card Museum, Erenheim, PA Looking for some ideas We started looking for some references and we found good sites like: http://creativebits.org/cool_business_card_designs http://www.flickr.com/photos/dailypoetics/sets/72057594104389710/ http://veerle.duoh.com/blog/comments/the_new_duoh_logo_identity/ http://desktoppub.about.com/od/businesscards/a/bcard_parts.htm Creating the card With some references in mind we had the idea of using a tag cloud showing what we do and the technologies we work with. So one side would be white with our logo and addresses, while the other side in blue with the tag cloud in white.The final result:Front Side: Back: