Ilovedust and Serge Seidlitz recently collaborated to create a fun typographic animation for our friends at Cheil UK. The animation (screen grabs above) highlights all the hard work and projects Cheil UK did to promote Samsung during the 2012 Olympic games in London. To view the animation please click here and for more information on Cheil UK check the following links. Cheil UK / Cheil UK Pinterest / Cheil UK Twitter You can view more animation work by Ilovedust here and see more of Serge's portfolio here. Both Ilovedust and Serge Seidlitz are available for commission so get in touch if you have something in mind.
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Inspired by Oliver Byrne’s translation of Euclid’s Elements in to colorful diagrams and symbols, our very own paper engineer and illustrator Helen Friel created "Here’s Looking at Euclid" her new limited edition business card collection for The Luxe Project. The Luxe Project is an initiative by MOO.COM to use great design to change the world one designer and one charity at a time. MOO partners with designers internationally to create exclusive designs on Luxe business cards. The sale of the limited edition designs contribute 100% of all net proceeds to a charity of each designer’s choice. Helen Friel's being Battersea Dogs & Cats Home. To create her Here’s Looking at Euclid collection, Friel used Byrne’s illustrations as guidelines to painstakingly hand draw, cut, and glue different colours of paper to construct five different 3D models which were then photographed and used as the artwork for the backs of the cards. “Though Byrne wrote The First Six Books of...
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