Motion Plus Design is a non-profit project which aims to create the first exhibition center dedicated to Motion Design in Paris, France. The project’s introduction video intriguingly explains motion design and shows tons of historical and modern examples.
Via Daniel Lichtmeß
I cannot agree more to the Manifesto of Holstee, a small company designing and selling sustainable lifestyle goods.
Via Benjamin Wiederkehr
This signage system made of environment-friendly cardboard shows impressively, that sustainability and great design don’t contradict each other. It was created by Isidro Ferrer in collaboration with Paul Alabau and Versus for the Spanish Pavilion at the 2010 Shanghai World Expo.
Arabesque 2 showcases contemporary work by young designers from the Arab world and Iran. Combining Arab type, calligraphy and modern graphic design, the presented artwork expresses the increasing cultural emancipation and modernization of the Middle East.
Supplemental texts and interviews by the editors Ben Wittner and Sascha Thoma from design studio Eps51 give background information and describe the environments in which the featured designers and artists work.
Via Page online.
Designer Anthony Neil Dart from South-Africa created this posters as contribution to the Barcelona SHOW US YOUR TYPE Exhibition 2010. He impressively combines typographic element and photography of beautiful women – who can resist that?
Via The Inspiration Grid.
I love typographic maps! Here is another great example that you can actually order in form of wall stickers for your home or office.
Interesting design study ‘Ecohols’ by Art Director JØRN aka Jörn Beyer.
How would products of great brands of alcoholic spirits look like, if they were packed in beverage cartons instead of their prominent bottles? Times are changing, what remains of the brand?
Meeting the world’s great hand-block printing artisans on a recent trip to northern India’s Rajasthan, photographers Andrea Gentyl & Martin Hyers (NY) documented how they create an array of striking designs, all printed using intricately carved teak blocks and richly colored pigment dyes.
via Happy Mundane
French digital communication agency Dagobert created this well-done self-promotion video to illustrate the combativeness of the team.
By the way, the design-oriented website of the agency is also definitely worth taking a look at.
BMW created this stunning homage concept for the 75th birthday of the BMW 328, which is considered one of the most successful and best-looking sports car of the 1930s.
Read more background information and download the wallpaper pictures up to 1600×1200 at NetCarShow.com