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Can You Imagine Any Better Flourishes? Anton Burmistrov’s Inspired Typography

Monday 03.10.2014 , Posted by
Imaginarium

Graphic designer Anton Burmistrov urges us to use our imaginariums. The London-based artist caught our eye with his design for the glass door of the Imaginarium, a cozy creative space “where ideas are born, where artists could come and dream about impossible things.” Drawn from the conventions and styles of 19th century lettering, his panel is a typographic reverie come true – featuring bold, elegant contrasts and a series of flourishes that would make even the most self-respecting Victorian swoon. [Read more…]

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Animal Bodies on Human Heads: Forced Perspective

Thursday 07.18.2013 , Posted by

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When you’re friends with all of your colleagues, work can be a very enjoyable place to be. One creative team in London embodies this with a super fun photo project called Desk Safari. Mike Whiteside of Mike & Ben came up with a clever idea to give his co-workers new bodies with forced perspective by placing laptops and tablets with various animals in just the right position. The participants positioned themselves flawlessly to mimic the animal heads missing from the screen. [Read more…]

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