En+ Group, the world's largest producer of low-carbon aluminum and independent hydropower, and the V&a
We have featured the work of Flavio Montiel a few times here on Abduzeedo, most of the work we feature of him was a mix of 3D with light effects, however this time he shared quite an amazing new piece that definitely deserved to be featured here. The Singular project mixes an old-school vintage look with a nice texture and style.
Rafael Serra is no stranger to abdz, we are huge fans of his lettering series who are always inspiring and stand out from the crowd. For those who never heard of him, he is a type designer and lettering artist based in Porto, Portugal. We are featuring his lettering series titled 'XL' where things go a bit out of proportion but in a very nice visual way.
Bruno William collaborated with the talented team of Perception NYC developing different concepts, aesthetics and motion tests for one of the ambitious projects of IBM - Project Debater, an advanced Artificial Intelligence technology capable of forming and articulating arguments based on research and facts in real-time.
I stumbled across the work of kissmiklos, she is a talented designer and visual artist from Budapest, Hungary. It doesn't seem that we have featured her work before so it was quite intriguing to dive into. For starters, her work on the typeface titled 'Chloé' really caught my eye and how it was presented as well.
Mario De Meyer has a series of typographic artworks titled Isotype. The second installment of the series, aka Isotype 2 continues with the mission of creating compositions mixing typography and isometric grids, always with a beautiful usage of color.
Eiko Ojala shared an awesome editorial illustration post on his Behance profile. Titled as "Dangerous Camouflage", Eiko tries to provide a critical point of view of the addiction of society to electronic devices, in this particular case, the about soldiers using smartphones and how dangerous it is of reviling all sorts of information.
Hope everyone had a wonderful Weekend! We would like to start off this week with a Cyberpunk-feel inspired experimental short film entitled: Muse. Superb soundtrack by Morgan Willis, we are invited to watch a bunch of short sequences taking us through a journey of the imaginary future world and space.
In March of 2020, we were all blindsided by the pandemic and there’s no doubt we’ve all learned to pivot and adapt both professionally and personally. On the professional front, you may still have the luxury to work from home which also means anyplace with a solid WiFi connection (hello digital nomads).
I have always been a huge fan of the work put together by the team at Microsoft Design and also the collaborations they worked with several 'external teams' as well to create wonders and game-changing visuals for Microsoft products. We are featuring another great example by this partnership for 'Windows 11 Themes'.
The "36 days of type" challenge never ceases to inspire me. There is always a new take on how to create a beautiful mix of typography, colors, and layout. For this post, I'm excited to feature the work that Maria Giemza created for her contribution.
The Lakeside Festival is an annual festival for drum and bass, house and techno music and is presented by Ehrlich Bum Bum, an independent drum and bass collective from Graz, Austria. Lukas Diemling created an analog typographic artwork for the brand identity and poster.
Let's explore Saigon, Vietnam through illustrations by a bunch of folks including: Maxk Nguyen, Thai Thanh Do, Kawako Giang Nguyễn, Nguyễn Thành Vũ, Thinh Le, Hạnh Huỳnh, Người Đá, Vũ Hải Long and Nguyễn Thành Chiến. This amazing crew has created a tremendous series by illustrating scenes from the streets of Saigon in Vietnam.