Wow – we love this work! Marcel Paris created these copy driven ads for the dating app Match. They take a more commitment-based approach to dating, rather than the likes of Tinder, which… well… we all know what Tinder is for.
And while they start off a little raunchy, if your mind is that way inclined, they definitely end in more commitment-centric ways. Perfect!
Georgie van Heerden, one of our third year students, interned at local hotshop for all things digital, MakeReign. Word has it that she did so well she was offered a job, which always makes us incredibly happy to hear!
She was also featured on their blog. You can check that out here.
Well done Georgie! It’s so special to see our multimedia students do well.
You can see more of Georgie’s work on her Behance profile here.
Ever wished you could tell the future of design? That you could see into the new trends before anyone else? This project called ‘Tarot-O-Bot’ does just that. Created by Illo, an Italian design agency, it is an online tarot card reader with purpose-created cards with awesome illustrations.
Are you ready to learn the future of design? Click here.
Built off the line: Legendary histories end in beer, this campaign by Candy Shop for Brazilian brewery Pagan uses a smart visual device. A beer bottle looks like the end of the scroll. This clever idea means they can create beautiful, copy-driven ads that tell the story about beer.
It’s always interesting to see photography where models pose ‘differently’ and this work by Melissa Schriek takes that to the extreme! Schriek, a Netherlands-based photographer, created this series called: A Study of Uncomfortable Positions and boy… do they look uncomfortable!
Stella Park is a South Korean illustrator who has a friendly, almost children’s book inspired style that we can’t get enough of. There’s a real sense of care for her subjects, which always makes work feel better for the viewer. So much colour and so much life!
You can see more of her work on her Instagram here.
It’s always difficult deciding how to depict a new product category when it comes to designing its packaging. Raiz is a coconut milk fortified with ‘adaptogenic’ ingredients, which puts it in the health category. However, it also needs to be appealing and exciting to look at.
We think design agency, the Small Monsters, have done such a great job here of capturing both desirability as well as believability and ‘health’ in their approach. And the way they shot the products with the ingredients around them is just perfect.
Francois Prost is a Parisian graphic designer, art director and photographer. Today, we’re sharing a series of images he shot specialising in, you guessed it, strip clubs in America’s South. We love the composition of these shots and the stillness he’s managed to capture, despite the goings on inside.
You can see more of Prost’s photography on his website here.
Haus is a creative digital studio based in Los Angeles. They’re at the forefront of what’s cool in digital and creativity right now and they’ve got a really awesome website showcasing their work to boot.
We do suggest you visit their site, not only to look at their incredible work, but also to play with all the fun stuff they put on their site. It’s so much fun!