Monday, 24 October 2011

Go Beyond the Cover

Where can I buy this concealer? Perfect demonstration of the product's benefits.

Monday, 19 September 2011

The Levitating Girl

Japanese photographer Natsumi Hayashi has taken these crazy self-portraits that make it look like she is floating all over the city...

Via Toxel

Friday, 2 September 2011

Poetry in Type

Famous poems redesigned with some beautiful type…


Tuesday, 23 August 2011

The Ballerina Project

The Ballerina Project is a collaboration of dancers, fashion designers and photographers played out against the urban landscape of New York City…

To purchase images from this series or to find out more, vist

Join the War

I realise most people would have already seen this being passed around on Google+. They are however, AMAZING and deserve a post of their own on here. Designed by Aaron Wood

Thursday, 11 August 2011

Mr Invisible

Liu Bolin is a Chinese artist who likes to paint himself to blend into a background and then take a photo…

Liu Bolin sees his work as a protest against the Chinese government, who inspired his first series 'Hiding in the City' after they closed down his art studio. His images take up to 10 hours to create and he works with a (very talented) assistant who paints him to resemble the background.

Tuesday, 19 July 2011

Lovefilm Kettle Chips Competition

This competition has driven me CRAZY over the last week, but thanks to a little help from Twitter and Facebook (thank God for social networking) I have found all the 60 film titles within this picture...

Now to help everyone else, below is an image with ALL the clues numbered. Therefore you can know whether that annoying alarm bell is one and if that 'kick me' sign is...

I am not going to publish my list of films as 1. It's cheating and 2. Kettle Chips probably won't appreciate it much. But, if you need a hint, comment below :)

The Language of Conviction

Here is a short and beautifully designed typographic film...

Friday, 15 July 2011

I ♥ Word Clouds

So... I am now obsessed with

Just type in a URL and it'll word cloud up a website! I typed in my blog and these are the results:

Say it with llamas

This week I have found the need to create a word cloud (as you do) and discovered this highly useful website..

Just type in any copy, and voila, a perfectly formed word cloud is formed...

You can choose font, colour palette, orientation and background colour to great effect:

And here's another type-related site that's great for those occasions when you just need to say it with llamas...