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Walrus introduced to Merseyside

In Uncategorized on November 5, 2012 by argentinan1

Walrus introduced to Merseyside

Following at the watery trail left by the Oyster, Orca and Octopus cards, Merseyside is the most recent authority to introduce a transport payment card with the name of an aquatic animal: the Walrus

With a reputation and visible identity created by Liverpool-based Kenyonfraser, the Walrus was introduced on September 19, though it might take two years to roll out completely. The cards may be use across Merseytravel’s buses, trains and ferries (“Around the Merseyyyyy…etc”).

Walrus introduced to Merseyside

Walrus introduced to Merseyside

And the name? It is a Beatles tie-in, after all. Per Merseytravel’s Ian Kenyon, “Obviously, Walrus has a link to Liverpool’s Beatles heritage, but more significantly the logo builds at the successes of Octopus, Orca and Oyster and other international smartcard brands… with a suitable fringe of Liverpool humour. The logo was tested and reviewed by three independent panels.”

Walrus introduced to Merseyside

The Orca card was introduced into the Puget Sound region of america in 2009, while Hong Kong launched its Octopus card back in 1997

Walrus introduced to Merseyside

 

London’s Oyster card launched in 2003
Walrus introduced to Merseyside

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What’s On: Meltdown

In Uncategorized on November 3, 2012 by argentinan1

Whats On: Meltdown

Terrifically-talented Tom Price was building himself an imposing reputation over recent years with a portfolio that questions the connection between material, process and aesthetic beauty. The Cherry Tree Installation currently on display on the Industry Gallery in Washington DC as component to his Meltdown show, uses only polypropylene pipe and nylon cable ties, to create a monument to the ephemeral wonderful thing about the wildlife. We are able to’t wait to determine more of his work at this year’s Design Miami . (Read more)

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SIRE: Marked For all times

In Uncategorized on October 24, 2012 by argentinan1

SIRE: Marked For all times

A new campaign from 180 Amsterdam aims to elevate awareness concerning the effects of divorce on children.

The campaign have been created for the Dutch organisation SIRE, a collection of marketing leaders who donate their time to create work that raises awareness of social issues. In Marked For all times, SIRE looks at divorce, and the way the unkind words that folks may say in front of youngsters throughout the stress of a separation can stick with them for all times.

SIRE: Marked For all times

SIRE: Marked For all times

The print campaign, which shows children bearing tattoos of the words spoken by their angry parents, was shot by rising star Laura Pannack, who featured within the CR Jan 11 ‘new talent’ issue. These posters are a translation of the unique campaign, that’s in Dutch (see it here).

SIRE: Marked For all times

Accompanying the print work is a TV spot, directed by Ariel Kleiman and set to the track Words by The Bee Gees, shown below.

Credits:
Agency: 180 Amsterdam
Exec creative director: Andy Fackrell
Copywriters: Jessica Hartley, Marianne Riphagen
Art director: Andy Fackrell
Photography: Laura Pannack
Director (TV): Ariel Kleiman
Production company (TV): Partizan

 

SIRE: Marked For all times

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Creative Brochure Designs: 40 Delightful Samples That Worked

In Uncategorized on October 22, 2012 by argentinan1

If you were to speak to a printing expert, a brochure, a flyer and a catalog could mean 3 separate things. The word brochure would talk to single paged print out that was folded into two or more panels. A single page print that isn’t folded should be called a flyer. Multi-paged print outs which are both folded and bound together through stitches, staples or wires, it will likely be called a catalog (or a booklet).

 

Those different terms have been used interchangeably since forever, but for today let’s talk about the folded, single-paged sort. Listed here, I’ll discuss with them as brochures. Design samples are on the end of this long introduction.

 

Brochures are frequently utilized in every type of promotions. They’re easy to offer-away outdoors or kept on rack displays indoors. For those who have the necessity to share lengthy pieces of knowledge, brochures also conveniently allows them to separate these data into sub-categories using different panels.

 

Brochure printing is likewise relatively cheap and there are several finishes you are able to pick from. You may also mail brochures by either inserting them inside envelopes or by roll-folding them and placing tabs or wafer seals at the edges. In reality, brochures are very useful and value-effective technique of promotion of any company or individual in any industry.

 

As promised, listed here are 40 ways how some made their designs stand out:

 

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Katharina Grosse

In Uncategorized on October 20, 2012 by argentinan1

Katharina Grosse

I’m Adli, a current member at Hort. The link i need to share with people is of the german artist Katharina Grosse. It was really hard for me to pick a picture to accompany this text, as i like all her works. What amazes me about her as an artist is not just her use and selection of colour or the surroundings she sets her works in, but how she has developed and evolved the probabilities of this one simple medium over a gorgeous decent time frame. Enjoy her work.

I would also recommend doing a google image search on her. You will discover much more great images of her work.

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Maggie’s Centre Nottingham

In Uncategorized on October 19, 2012 by argentinan1

Maggies Centre Nottingham

Maggie’s is an individual medical trust offering palliative care to cancer patients within the UK. Founded by the late Maggie Keswick Jencks in 1995 the trust is built at the premise that patients are better ready to focus on their illness by becoming active participants of their own rehabilitation, not simply treated as victims. Yesterday saw the hole of the newest Maggie’s Centre in Nottingham, designed by architect Piers Gough and Sir Paul Smith, offering a beautifully idyllic and alluring setting for patients to interact with their treatments – the antithesis to such a lot of clinical healthcare environments. (Read more)

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Happy Halloween

In Uncategorized on October 16, 2012 by argentinan1

Happy Halloween Happy Halloween

Here’s the present Halloween status at case Eisenberg. Am i able to just say what a reputable sport G is? Last year double rainbows , this year Superhero-family! He deserves a medal!

Happy Halloween everyone!

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