January 13, 2014 • 9:42 pm
Nike Training Club promo and app (which is free) seem to be all over my twitter feed – created by AKQA.
‘Your own personal trainer anytime, anywhere. Inspired by elite athletes and Nike expertise, the Nike Training Club app is an entirely new way to get fit. Customised workouts. Professional guidance and support. Your own music. Exclusive rewards. All in the palm of your hand.’
Filed under: Advertising, Design, Digital, Graphic, AKQA, design, digital app, fitness, nike training club, type
January 13, 2014 • 8:58 pm
New year, new fitness campaigns…
A couple of examples of ads for Spartan Races and Tough Mudder events (seen via twitter – @SpartanRace, @ToughMudder) the leading extreme obstacle course events – worldwide. Work those caps…no excuses!
Filed under: Advertising, Design, Graphic, advertising, design, fitness, spartan races, tough mudder
December 1, 2013 • 7:38 pm
The Church of London (creators of LWL and Huck) have a little pop-up shop at Old St tube till 3rd Dec…
Filed under: Design, Exhibition, Graphic, Read, Reference, Shop, Visit, design, huck, LWL, pop-up shop, The Church of London
November 24, 2013 • 9:49 pm
Designing News by Francesco Franchi – ‘In Designing News, award-winning editorial and infographics designer Francesco Franchi conveys his vision for the future of the news and media industries. He evaluates the fundamental changes that are taking place in our digital age in terms of consumer expectations and the way media is being used. The book then outlines the challenges that result and proposes strategies for traditional publishing houses, broadcasting companies, journalists, and designers to address them.’
Looks absolutely amazing. Published by Gestalten – yours for £45…seen via @MrMattWilley
Filed under: Design, Infographics, Read, Reference, Shop, book, design, designing news, francesco franchi, infographic, matt willey, type
October 13, 2013 • 9:37 am
Design is Everywhere was the theme for the LDF this year. Now all packed up for another year – the ident from Pentagram (Dominic Lippa) again is striking and bold. It is nice to see a campaign idea worked across the various applications in a thoughtful way.
Images from Pentagram.
Filed under: Design, Graphic, Identity, branding, design, Dominic Lippa, ldf, London Design Festival 2013, pentagram, print
October 13, 2013 • 8:36 am
YESTERDAY YOU SAID TOMORROW – a random find on the web – really simple ad for Nike by Wieden and Kennedy (presumably the New York office) from a few years ago I believe. No glitz, no glamour – just straight-talking…
Filed under: Advertising, Design, advert, design, Nike, type, Wieden and Kennedy, Yesterday you said tomorrow
Unit Editions (Tony Brook and Adrian Shaunghnessy) have a new book that is all about type.
Visuals from It’s Nice That.
Filed under: Design, Read, Shop, adrian shaughnessy, design, tony brook, type, typography, unit editions
Cotton Bureau is a curated online community for design- and tech-focused t-shirts.
So submit an awesome t-shirt design – goes live for 2 weeks – 25 people buy it – t-shirt goes to press. If you don’t make the sales – no t-shirt printed…All seems very simple…
T-shirt featured has got to 171 sales at the time of this post
Seen via Swiss Miss
Filed under: Design, Shop, Cotton Bureau, design, tshirt
Converse’s latest ad campaign – SHOES ARE BORING WEAR SNEAKERS - is pretty special. Love the photography and overall feel of this work. Quite hard to find much information about the designers or photographer – possibly put together by Amplify?
Filed under: Design, Graphic, advertising, converse, design, shoes keep it clean, sneakers get dirty, type, typography
Been aware of The Church of London for a while – still own their Attack the Block issue from Mar ’11 – but just to remind myself of them and the really exciting design work they do with the magazine/publishing arena..
The work for Little White Lies (which is consistently great), Huck and Dainese Legends (only seen on screen) is worth checking out…LWL concept each issue is based upon the feature film (images below from TCOL). A selection of their work…
They also host events in their studio – 71a Leonard St
Filed under: Design, dainese legends, design, huck, little white lies, magazine, The Church of London, type, typography