Artist Takes Famous Logos And Turns Into Impressive Embroidered Art

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Bjork collaborator James Merry takes sweaters decorated with logos like Nike and Fila and embroidery flowers, wines and mushrooms on then. It’s a quaint project, bringing the natural and rustic joy of embroidery to a mass designed, urban brand.





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SOURCE: http://designyoutrust.com/2015/08/artist-takes-famous-logos-and-turns-into-impressive-embroidered-art/

New Zealand’s New Flag Could Be One Of These Designs

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The government of New Zealand today published a list of 40 possible designs for its new national flag, ahead of a national referendum slated for later this year. The designs were selected by an independent panel from a list of nearly 10,300 online submissions that included a kiwi bird with laser eyes, a stick figure riding a bicycle, and an ice cream cone.


“Moving Forward” by Dominic Carroll

The designs selected today aren’t nearly as daring. Many include national symbols like the silver fern, the Southern Cross constellation, and the koru — a fern leaf motif common in Maori tradition. Notably, none of the submissions include the British Union Jack that features prominently in its current flag.


“Wā kāinga/Home” by Grant Alexander (principal), Alice Murray, Thomas Lawlor, and Jared McDowell

“A flag should carry sufficient dignity to be appropriate for all situations in which New Zealanders might be represented,” the 12-member “flag consideration panel” said in an open letter published Monday. “It should speak to all Kiwis. Our hope is that New Zealanders will see themselves reflected in these flags’ symbols, color and stories.”


“The Seven Stars of Matariki” by Matthew Clare

The campaign to choose a new flag was launched late last year, with Prime Minister John Key saying it was time for New Zealand to discard its current design in favor of one “that better reflects our status as a modern, independent nation.” The initiative has faced backlash over its costs, which are estimated at $17 million, and recent polls suggest that the majority of New Zealanders are in favorite of keeping their current flag.


“Land Of The Long White Cloud (Traditional Blue)” by Mike Archer

The panel will choose four finalists by mid-September, and voters will rank them in a referendum later this year. A second referendum will be held in March 2016, when voters will decide between their current flag and the alternative design. The panel will also conduct an extensive review of the 40 finalists released today, including “robust intellectual property checks.”


“Silver Fern (Black with Red Stars)” by Kyle Lockwood


“Koru Fin” by Daniel Crayford and Leon Cayford


“Koru (Blue)” by Andrew Fyfe


“Huihui/Together” by Sven Baker


“Tukutuku” by Pax Zwanikken


“Curly Koru” by Daniel Crayford and Leon Cayford


“Southern Cross Horizon” by Sven Baker


“Land Of The Long White Cloud” by Mike Archer

Via The Verge, The Guardian, New Zealand Herald, New Zealand Government

SOURCE: http://designyoutrust.com/2015/08/new-zealands-new-flag-could-be-one-of-these-designs/

The Real Ping Pong Table Made From Cardboard

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“Tennino” is a ping pong table in cardboard that we can easily build on our own in a few minutes thanks to pre-folded cardboard pieces.


Made by German designers Kickpack, this game table has been thought for offices in order to allow moments of entertainment and relax at work.


Given with 2 balls, this product is available for 59,90€ on their site.

SOURCE: http://designyoutrust.com/2015/08/the-real-ping-pong-table-made-from-cardboard/

Rugby T-Shirts

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Designer Sam Osborne has launched her new range of Rugby T-Shirts just in time for the Rugby World Cup! Featuring her fun rugby player illustrations they are available in a rage of sizes and colours.




SOURCE: http://designyoutrust.com/2015/08/rugby-t-shirts/

Portable Power Block

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Easily charge multiple devices when you’re on-the-go.




View on IPPINKA: http://www.ippinka.com/shop/portable-power-block/

SOURCE: http://designyoutrust.com/2015/08/portable-power-block/

Easy-Twist Opener

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Effortlessly open the toughest jars with this unique opener.




View on IPPINKA: http://www.ippinka.com/shop/easy-twist-opener/

SOURCE: http://designyoutrust.com/2015/08/easy-twist-opener/

19 Fresh Free PSD Magazine, Book, Cover & Brochure Mock-ups – August 2015 Edition

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Trying to find Mock-ups to present your Print Designs? Here are some absolutely free mock-up templates for you. Mock-ups are always an excellent resource for graphic designers to present their raw designs in real world environments and objects. Whether you want to present your graphic design and print design to a client or on your portfolio, free mock-ups always comes in handy. So we have gathered a fresh treasure of Free PSD Magazine, Book, Cover & Brochure Mock-ups. All the mock-ups can be downloaded as easy to use PSD files. Go ahead and grab them all!






Download 19 Free PSD Magazine, Book, Cover & Brochure Mock-ups Here

SOURCE: http://designyoutrust.com/2015/08/19-fresh-free-psd-magazine-book-cover-brochure-mock-ups-august-2015-edition/

Stunning Jaguar F-Pace Camouflage

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FutureDeluxe‘s teams combine for their clients design, technology & images to produce innovative creative content. They worked this year with the Jaguar brand to promote the new SUV called F-Pace. Wishing to emphasize the car’s ability to adapt to all types of environments, they had the excellent idea of working with special stickers covering the car with the illusion of spinning on ice or being covered sand.


Avery successful initiative combining design & camouflage. Note that they also worked on the design of the model together with Team Sky in the Tour de France in 2015.














Via Fubiz

SOURCE: http://designyoutrust.com/2015/08/stunning-jaguar-f-pace-camouflage/

Coca-Cola Removes Labels From Cans to Fight Againt Prejudices

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Coca-Cola has recently launched several campaigns for the month of Ramadan. First of all, the agency FP7 has thought the campaign Let’s Take An Extra Second : a concept of cans without any apparent logo of the brand to denounce the prejudices linked to a name. With the printed slogan “Labels are for cans, not for people”, these cans have been made in limited edition.


For its part, Ogivly imagined the campaign ‘Remove Labels This Ramadan’ and did a spot to fight against prejudices linked to the appearance. They’ve gathered 6 strangers, in the dark, to break the fasting with muslims. In this way, they’ve learned to get to know the present muslims without having a prejudice based on their clothes or distinguishing features.



Via Fubiz

SOURCE: http://designyoutrust.com/2015/08/coca-cola-removes-labels-from-cans-to-fight-againt-prejudices/

Futuristic 3D Printed Piezoelectric Violins Are A Thing Now

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MONAD Studio – Eric Goldemberg and Veronica Zalcberg, together with musician/luthier Scott F. Hall, have collaborated to create the 2-string Piezoelectric Violin.


The futuristic-looking 3D printed violin has been designed as part of a larger series called “MULTI,” a sonic installation that includes a variety of other instruments and, a bandshell/rack that holds the instruments when not in use.





In the video below, you can see the violin being played at a live show.

Via Contemporist

SOURCE: http://designyoutrust.com/2015/08/futuristic-3d-printed-piezoelectric-violins-are-a-thing-now/