Posts tagged design
Randall Munroe’s proposed brand identity for common supermarket goods looks good like most minimalistic designs do. However, that bottle of ketchup looked like a bottle of bleach to me.
Travel Posters for Lazy People by Caldwell Tanner. Given my travel-averse personality, I guess these suit me…
Here’s a new sad pasttime of mine, The Gallery of Dead Projects. It will contain posters for all the films I never did, either because I couldn’t find a way to fund and/or shoot them, or because they were only temporary musings and I never even bothered to commit anything to paper. This first one definitely refers to the latter type of project — at some point, I guess I wanted to make a film like Dune, but good and set in this solar system. Don’t we all?
But then again, perhaps this movie does indeed exist, as a blockbuster in the same parallel universe where a James O. Incandenza does his arthouse movies (hence the ‘Interlace’ Infinite Jest reference). I’d like that.
Yep. A print would be a fitting decoration for my office. (via Supernovae and Syntax)
The NASA Graphic Standards Manual. A style guide for the future that never was…
Soviets in space! Here’s an interesting set of USSR space propaganda posters. Politics aside, I always thought the Russian space program rocked. Just look at how the Soyuz spaceship is now the only reliable vehicle for taking cosmonauts to orbit, now that the Space Shuttle has been decomissioned. Or consider that the Soviets managed to land a probe in Hell (meaning, of course, planet Venus) and send back some pictures. (via Trivium)