How great are these vintage adverts designed by Brazilian ad agency Moma Propaganda!
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If only Photoshop were like this in real life, instead of involving endless hours in front of a computer screen! Although, I suspect it be a great deal messier and Apple Z (the short cut keys for undo on the mac) would be kind of tricky…
Click on the image to take you through to the flickr stream for this project, to get a sense of scale and some more in progress shots.
In our modernday, technologically focussed world, it’s always refreshing to see a nice low-tech twist on computer gadgets, such as these USB sticks (quite literally) by Dutch designers Ooms…
Not to be outdone by San Francisco Zoo, New York Zoos and Aquarium have also got an interactive advertising campaign going on. BuiLD YouR WiLD SeLF lets you build a picture of yourself using Identikit-type tools – choose your skin colour, hair style, eyes and even eyebrows, pick your outfit…
…and then onto your wild self. You can choose from all manner of animal parts to make your self portrait into your inner wild thing.
You can even send your finished wild self by email to a friend, or make it into a desktop image. Have a go yourself at www.buildyourwildself.com.
Whilst researching flip books recently, I came across this clever idea by Japanese art director and copywriter Masashi Kawamura, Rainbow in your hand. Each of the 36 pages contain nothing more than 5 little coloured squares on a black background, but when flipped a rainbow appears.
I also found a great site, www.flipclips.com, that will turn your video footage into a flip book. Oh, the fun to be had!