Korean artist Soo Min Kim draws the most insanely detailed and perfectly clever scenes on Starbucks cups and displays them as works of art. Most of them feature the brand’s famous mermaid logo and reimagines her within the scenes.
Check out his Facebook page for a lot more, and a selection of some of the best ones below.
Topshop’s Oxford Circus flagship has partnered with design agency NEON to create a beautiful window display with a difference. NEON’s design entitled “Bloom” is composed of 159 individual rose petals which gently rise and fall in response to computer-sequenced pulses detected from bewildered shoppers passing by.
Just what we need during Britain’s freeze a sprinkle of Spring!
André Cassagnes, inventor of the timeless Etch A Sketch, sadly died last month at the age of 86. Now, the brand’s advertising agency, Team Detroit, have paid tribute to the man that has for many years occupied the world from a sad state of bordem.
Helvetica is undoubtedly one of the most beloved of the sans-serif fonts, however we don’t often associate it with superhero status.
French graphic designer René Mambembé however had some better prospects for the ever so loved typeface & thus created a collection of graphic designs using each letter of the alphabet to represent a particular superhero or super villain.
Sometimes a brand comes up with an inventive way to publicise itself & Oreo is certainly no exception. Since mid June the popular biscult brand has established what they call a ‘Daily Twist’ in which Oreo publishes a graphic each day to interlink with that day’s event. Early controversy gave the Daily Twist some unwanted publicity when the first graphic celebrated Gay Pride day with the following graphic that got some serious backlash & some quite frankly disgusting consumer responses.
However Oreo proceeded with the Daily Twist creating a series of celebrational images, the one below honouring NASA’s Mars Rover Landing.
To see all the images Oreo has created & suggest up and coming graphics, check out Daily Twist.
This is a rather pleasant sight isn’t it.. well it is compared to half eaten take-outs & toilet seats you often find in dumpsters!
Luzinterruptus is back with a new spin on garbage which continues their winning streak of urban art displays that highlight environmental issues.
The display which is outside the Gewerbemuseum Winterthur (hard one) in Switzerland was created by collecting 5,000 plastic bags of different size & colour, filed up & piled into a dumpster with lights.
As the final touch, Luzinterruptus gave visitors a floating, illuminated plastic bag for them to take away and carry with them throughout the city, in their words, “filling the sky with small plasticized full moons.” Awwww (: