This would look great in a frame. Wish it was hanging on my wall. Letterpressed E by Jessica Hische via type-lover
Simple. Beautiful. Love the packaging for this ‘Love Hurts’ first aid kit via thedsgnblog:
Melanice Chernock | http://melaniechernock.com
“Love Hurts was created based on an assignment to make an activity book. I thought it would be more interesting to make a sort of activity kit instead. From there, I came up with the concept of Love Hurts: A first aid kit for a broken heart. Initially, I knew that I did not want to make a kit of sadness and wanted to approach the product with a sense of humor. Love Hurts contains all of the essentials for going through a rough breakup such as dark chocolate, vodka, an excellent mix CD, and, if all else fails, tissues. All of the products come neatly packaged in a compact kit. A promo video was also made to show the products in use. “
Melanie Chernock is a graphic designer/animator/recent graduate based in New York. her goal is to create work that is communicative, humorous, and surprising. in the past, she has worked for vice magazine and chermayeff & geismar.
Every great design begins with an even better story.
— Lorinda Mamo
Love the retro style, colours and shapes on this Star Trek poster! Well done Jorsh Pena.
Original Enterprise - by Jorsh Pena
The Amazing Spider-Man - by John Romita Jr
The Amazing Spider-Man
A logo doesn’t sell, it identifies. A logo derives its meaning from the quality of the thing it symbolizes, not the other way around. A logo is less important than the product it signifies; what it means is more important than what it looks like.
— Paul Rand
“Geometry of Circles”, 1979
Music composed by Philip Glass for Sesame Street
Directed, Animated & Produced by Cathy Aison
Simplicity will stand out, while complexity will get lost in the crowd.
— Kevin Barnett
I want to make beautiful things, even if nobody cares.
Banana Trap - by DarkChoocoolat
Prints available at Society6
Happy Star Wars Day!
Cheap design is like a tattoo… once you get it you’re forever branded with it.
— Ken Peters