Have a garage? How about give it a face-lift? Take a look at these creative 3D garage doors stickers, which will definitely help to put a smile on someone’s face when they your house. The weather-resistant photo tarpaulins are for outdoor use and include a Velcro strip for securing the image to your garage door. Horse stable, subway station, you can use these stickers to make over your garage and make it look like a totally different place. Or you can use those realistic vehicle stickers, for example a police car sticker.
Coupled is a series of playful prints created by artist Safwat Saleem, featuring relationships between two (or more) inanimate objects that are interacting with each other in very unexpected ways. The simple illustration paired with smart caption that give surprising meaning to each scene. Everyday things can give a voice! Check the whole series here.
Not everyone like advertisement and some people might think they are annoying. I have to agree that in certain degree. But there are many great designs in advertisement, no matter its video commercial or still print. The prints for Lipton tea is a great example. Designed by Artem Kolomeichuk (Artem Kas), a Ukraine based post-production designer, specializes in the creation and manipulation of digital images, blending of photo composting, 3D and illustration. The prints he creates are not only attract you visually, but reminds you of the origin & history of the tea in the prints. Really great work!
To draw attention of tourists on the history of Moscow, its architectural heritage and invited them to visit the Schusev State Museum of Architecture, Saatchi & Saatchi Russia created an incredibly beautiful campaign showing what’s below the famous Russian Landmarks: Saint Basil’s Cathedral, Lomonosov Moscow State University and Bolshoi Theater. The posters imagine what three iconic Moscow buildings might look like if their above-ground structure represented only a tenth of their total volume. This campaign creatively demonstrates that behind the facade of each building hides a story, and our knowledge of it – this is just the tip of the iceberg.
Saint Basil’s Cathedral