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Monthly Archives: July 2008

Turner Duckworth has had a fabulous year! They have won over 40 major awards in the past 12 months. Most recently they have won “Agency of the Year” at the FAB Awards, the first time in the history of the event it was awarded to a design firm versus an advertising agency. They also won Best of Show and a FAB award for Brand Identity.

Turner Duckworth’s winning work, selected among 3600 entries from 36 countries, was their brand identity for Coca-Cola. Originally planned only for North America, their visual identity system is now to be implemented globally. As the judges noted, “Quite simply the best piece of work this year by far. To do it for such an iconic brand is a fantastic achievement.”

[Via The Dieline]

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A fun website brought to my attention via the excellent Reuben Miller which shows off a collection of Passive / Aggressive notes people leave for each other. Some highlights include:


Another great t-shirt from Glennz Tees, get “evolution” for $20.

Pysop always produces sublime work and this latest spot for Converse is testament to that. To celebrate its 100th anniversary Converse released this inventive stop motion extravaganza of a music video for ‘My Drive-Thru’ featuring Pharrell Williams, N.E.R.D., Santogold, and Julian Casablancas. Watch in high quality QT here.

This will be THE new drug craze that everyone will be doing in the near future. Forget your cocaine, next time you’re out on a big one why not try biting the head of a millipede…

[Via Neatorama]

Just a few of the hundreds of brilliantly creative and colourful designs found over at Domestic.fr. Guest artists and illustrators include Jeremy Scott, Geneviève Gauckler, Colette, So Me, Tado and more.

Smart application of iPhone’s tilt sensor from Carling. Check out the virtual pint.

Unlike conventional demolition that begins at the top of the building, Kajima’s new method starts on the bottom floor, where the support columns are cut and replaced with giant computer-controlled jacks.

Once the floor is demolished and the debris removed, the entire building is lowered and work begins on the next floor. The process is repeated for each floor until the entire building is gone.

[Via Pink Tentacle]