By now, you must have read about the world’s first edible cookbook. A German design agency Korefe has created a cookbook that you can read, bake and eat. In these days of information overload, it has the ‘sit-up-and-take-notice-of-me’ tone to it. And given our penchant for sharing through multiple channels [I noticed several of my […]
Among advertising awards, I find Epica Awards fascinating because it showcases work which is not normally featured in popular ad blogs. The Epica awards were created in 1987 and celebrate their 25th anniversary this year. According to the website: Epica’s aim is to reward outstanding creativity and help communication agencies, film production companies, media consultancies, photographers […]
There were a series of posters created by Noma Bar for IBM which made the rounds of ad blogs last year. In what seems like a continuation of the same theme and visual grammar, I came across this ad for IBM in the Aug 12 issue of The New Yorker. Design envy strikes again.
Microsoft announced details of improvements in Windows Explorer in their upcoming Windows 8 release. Tech blogs have called it plain ugly – labeling its interpretation of ‘No Compromise’ as the definition of compromise. Sure that TechCrunch piece is from M G Siegler – known to be an Apple fanboy. But even Microsoft fans like Paul Thurrot has […]
Came across these set of posters for Formula 1 Racing this year. The posters highlight the venue in some form. Design envy strikes.