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27 October Share your
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TRIANGLE

Under - Art, Media, Motion Graphics


TRIANGLE is a video work done by Onur Senturk for the book ‘Black Material’ which showcases Robert Knoke’s artwork.

25 October 2
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Alex Dukal

Under - Art, Illustration, Media

Alex Dukal’s enchanting and whimsical landscapes and creatures are painted to perfection; understated blue skies, enigmatic charming characters basking in soft sunlight make his illustrations dream-like and surreal. IdN

Born and brought up in Patagonia, Argentina, Alex Dukal’s comic and illustration work started appearing in the legendary “Fierro” magazine from a very young age. He studied at the Manuel Belgrano National School of Fine Arts in Buenos Aires. After graduation he dedicated himself to painting and teaching illustration in his hometown. Alex has worked as web designer for some time but eventually decided to follow his passion for illustration.

Alex Dukal has been working with clients, design agencies and children’s books publishers from all around the world and is a member of the Argentina’s Illustrators Forum.

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23 October 3
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Bottle – a short film by Kirsten Lepore

Under - Inspiration, Media, Nature, Photography

Bottle by Kirsten Lepore

16 October Share your
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Paul Potts and the very first performance on Britain’s Got Talent

Under - Art, Inspiration, Media, Music

This incredible performance by Paul Potts on Britain’s Got Talent back in 2007 is never going to go old. The 90 seconds spirit-lifting performance in this clip by Paul Potts is not only inspiring but motivational as well.

8 October 5
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GAP logo redesign: If it isn’t broken, don’t fix it.

Under - Advertising, Design, Media, Typography

Gap unveiled their new logo few days back that nobody seems to like – designers to consumers alike. I’m completely stunned to see this redesign getting approved and released for a brand that took more than 20 years to build and doing business over billions of dollars a year!

Gap logo redesign

Gap logo redesign - before (left) and after (right)

The redesign not only looks unprofessional but ridiculous and non-serious as well from a company that already owns owned an iconic symbol. It appears to be a quick comp in MS Word by someone without a sense of direction, confidence and leadership.

Logo redesign is closely aligned with branding and any negativity around brand symbol sure hurts businesses very hard. Gap is now trying to engage with the consumers for suggestions to avoid the continued backlash around this redesign which took place in the name of ‘modernisation’.

On Brand New website, an overwhelming majority of 90% visitors voted this evolution as ‘bad’.

Gap vote

Good.is published an article applying the Gap redesign approach to some well-known logos which shows how simple it is to destroy years’ hard work.

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