This map is an American snapshot; it provides an accessible visualization of geographic distribution, population density, and racial diversity of the American people in every neighborhood in the entire country.
I’m hosting a design class at Skillshare on branding culture, where I’ll show you how to design the brand identity for a cultural event of your choice — from initial sketches through to the finished product.
You can join my class and get a 20% discount using code HMSURF20
15/115 (15 Years,115 Projects) is a collection of 115 projects spanning Mash Creative’s 15 year career to date. Divided into three chapters: 15 x Posters, 80 x Logos and 25 x Case studies, the book also features a foreword from designer and author David Airey.
You can pre-order the book now
Hessian is an invader, an ode, a pitch to the market, a brand for sale.
There is a great article on Wired about the project.
His thinking is spot-on when he says:
“The core thought with Hessian.tv is that, as designers, we naturally see solutions to problems/opportunities we can’t help but notice in the market. We have concepts that we know are valid and worthwhile, and not only that but we instinctually know how they should be launched, how they should look, how they should work, and who their target audience should be.
HOWEVER, as anyone who has tried building something knows, the actual production and launch of a great idea is incredibly difficult. Not only that, but, as Svpply taught me, launching, leading, growing and managing a product is an entirely different skill set than most designers have or want to have or should be expected to have.
Inversely, there are oceans of MBAs, Managers and Entrepreneurs out there who are passionate and talented at the actual building and leading of companies, but may not actually be great at identifying worthwhile problem/solutions in the market.”
This exhibition is a permanent online collection devoted to the work of Arnaud Mercier, widely considered to be among the most important and prolific interactive designers. Gathered from his personal archives, writings, interviews and email correspondences, this retrospective encapsulates Arnaud’s body of work from 1999 until 2011 when he was diagnosed with Chronic Myelogenous Leukemia and died on September 26, 2011.
A look back at the output of one of the best in the game.
Ventilate has launched it’s latest poster series with a great line up of folks. All designs are free 24″×36″ print files at 300 dpi. These are the contributing artists:
Bradley Munkowitz – gmunk.com
Atelier Olschinsky – olschinsky.at
Mars Sandoval – syndromestudio.com
Ron Gervais – townshipco.com
Taiyo Yamamoto – deform.in
Yuko Brown – mynameisnotyoko.com
Michael Brown – blissthis.ca