This interactive storybook website by Lucy Agency was created for Club Brugge, a Belgian soccer team, to help deal with racism and discrimination. It’s such a smart way to use narrative to help children learn about the importance of being inclusive and understanding.
On top of that, we love the way the illustration was handled and how the designers used animation to bring the story to life.
This portfolio website for Copenhagen based tattoo artist, Mysta Electric, is a lesson in how to use typography and scroll effects to create impact. The way this website is designed feels entirely on-brand to the type of subject matter Mysta Electric works with, which means that this project can be considered a great success.
If you’re looking for product and design porn, you can always look to Apple for great work. This website for their new Airpods Pro does not disappoint! Using some really beautiful scroll effects, it really takes the user through the product in a beautiful, in-depth way.
Mark Mahaney is an American photographer who works both in editorial and commercial photography. Today, we’re sharing his work Polar Night, which focuses on the northernmost town in Alaska, 320 miles above the Arctic circle. Specifically, his images focus on the 65 days in winter when there is no sun at all, showing us what it’s like to live in such an inhospitable environment.
What an incredible window into a world most of us could never dream of. We love this work!
Is ‘artvertising’ a thing yet? We think it could be!
This work by Nord DDB takes classic pieces of art we all recognise and adds bacon. Not just for the sake of it, although that would be quite interesting, but to point out that McDonald’s in Sweden is now offering the Big Mac with bacon, a different type of classic than these masterpieces, but a classic nonetheless.