5 Mar 2013
Full of adrenalin, thrilling expectation and excitement of a new project.
For quite some time I was thinking of doing something new, to built a path of my own and do something about it... It is funny, how sometimes the routine of everyday can strap you and doesn't allow you to do what your spirit tells you to. But, no, my free spirit is strong and I will fight back!
I've designed this logo, because I do have a mission now. To build my empire. My design studio, my baby :)
Moove design is a start up business for design, architecture, art and interior design. And with a logo on board, now I can start showing and making good stuff. And just be awesome while making it :)
So I am really excited for the future and because of all that, I've decided to create another blog-totally separate from this one (well, not totally, they will hold hands-sort of speak), so that this blog stays intact and will always give you posts to inspire. The new blog will be only for building the brand, building design and eventually build my dream!
So I've put my sleeves up, shift into the first gear and started my journey of incredible and inspirational designing. For the future, for me and for you.
So if you want to support me and experience this fantastic journey with me, I invite you to follow my new blog and help me build my dream-and of course, enjoy, while doing it :)
4 Mar 2013
The designers behind this 'milion times' instalation are Stockholm-based design studio humans since 1982, by designers Per Eman (Sweden) and Bastian Bischoff (Germany).
The instalation is made from 288 special two-handed analogue clocks - powered by 576 electrical engines to drive the minute and hour hands independently - which collectively create a giant display which visually expresses the time digitally. The dimension of it is 344cm x 180cm x 5cm and is made out of aluminium with powder coated white finish and black hands, screen printed dials.The whole engineering was made by David Cox.
1 Mar 2013
We all love food, the smell, the magical taste and never the less... the colour and visual art of it.
So, what the graphic designer and illustrator David Schwen did, was creating fantastical Pantone colour schemes, where each food is one Pantone chart. Funny, intelligent and simply clever way to make art.
About the project, he says: "As a designer, you're constantly picking color chips and pairing them up with one another. A while back I had an idea of making Pantone chips out of real household objects — sponges, cardboard, etc. But while I was finishing up a poster design, I had taped two Pantone chips together to see how they looked together. Instantly I thought of how people pair food together. And that was that. Pantone pairings."
Interesting idea...So, maybe for next time, when making dinner party, make something original, make Pantone.