What not to say to a graphic designer…

Gifts, Graphic Design, Humor, Typography

A personal project by zerouno design.

“In all these years (more than 10 now!) I’ve collected, in a series of post-it on my desk, all phrases that customers are saying and we (frustrated designers) hate to hear.” – ZeroUno

ZeroUno Designs

ZeroUno Designs

 

ZeroUno Designs

ZeroUno Designs

 

ZeroUno Designs

ZeroUno Designs

 

ZeroUno Designs

ZeroUno Designs

 

ZeroUno Designs

ZeroUno Designs

 

ZeroUno Designs

ZeroUno Designs

Check out the full project here and buy the t-shirts here. =)

Vertical Hong Kong

Graphic Design, Photography

Check out this photographer, Romain Jacquet-Lagrèze. Some awesome shots of Hong Kong that will make you dizzy.

Romain Jacquet-Lagrèze: Vertical Horizon #84

Romain Jacquet-Lagrèze: Vertical Horizon #84

Romain Jacquet-Lagrèze: Vertical Horizon #43

Romain Jacquet-Lagrèze: Vertical Horizon #43

Romain Jacquet-Lagrèze: Vertical Horizon #16

Romain Jacquet-Lagrèze: Vertical Horizon #16

Romain Jacquet-Lagrèze: Vertical Horizon #24

Romain Jacquet-Lagrèze: Vertical Horizon #24

Romain Jacquet-Lagrèze: Vertical Horizon #95

Romain Jacquet-Lagrèze: Vertical Horizon #95

The Legographer

Graphic Design, Photography

Why didn’t I think of growing up and playing with toys. I love the creativeness behind these. Check out more from Andrew Whyte.

“I love to document everyday things and build them into mini-series, but quite often there’s nothing cohesive about what I shoot from one day to the next. As soon as my kids discovered the camera accessory at the Lego store, which fits in the hand of a mini-figure, I worked out a way to start placing the character in my day-to-day shots and he became a cohesive element. For the whole year, I really never left home without the figure.” – Andrew Whyte

By Andrew Whyte

By Andrew Whyte

By Andrew Whyte

By Andrew Whyte

Touching Strangers

Life, Photography

I hope the title of this post is what drew you in because it in no way crosses a line into the “creepy.” Touching Strangers is a project by Richard Renaldi in which he asks people on the streets of New York City to pose with strangers as if they were lovers, friends or family. These people were asked to show a brief amount of affection but the effects of the experiment were amazing. Their facial expressions and body language show much more and you would never be able to guess from the final piece that the subjects had know each other for less than 20 minutes. Check out this video as well.