Harry Pearce, a designer from the U.S. creative studio Pentagram has donated his own blood to recreate an effect of the exploding bomb in the poster “It’s All Our Blood”.
Nescafé has revamped its visual identity, that starts an era of a “unified, global look and feel” across all 180 countries where the popular instant coffee product is sold. This is the first time in the brand’s 75-year history that it develops a cohesive visual approach for every product across all the markets—the updates appear under the “It all starts with a Nescafé” slogan.
Prada is narrating the story of the latest version of its signature perfume, Candy Florale, using a graphic visual approach. The fashion giant has launched a dedicated micro-site where it shares a detailed insight into the scent. In addition to information about traditional elements like ad visuals, scent description, bottle design, and more Prada revealed Prada Candy Florale comic book.
Audi has got something interesting for the little would-be drivers. The German automobile manufacturer has released a children’s storybook that illustrates rich history of the company. The 28-page novel titled “It Couldn’t Be Done: An Audi Story” was designed by Ty Mattson of studio Mattson Creative, who worked on it side-by-side with the advertising agency Venables Bell & Partners.
The international initiative (RED), which engages people and businesses in the fight against AIDS, has released a new electronic and pop music compilation to raise awareness of the issue and generate funds to fight it. The album titled DANCE (RED) SAVE LIVES2 is launched ahead of December 1, The World AIDS Day. The decision to release the compilation builds on the success of the 2012 DANCE (RED) SAVE LIVES music album that was #1 in the iTunes dance charts in 33 countries.
You’ve got to love Noma Bar. A recent poster for the Victoria and Albert Museum’s family fun activities caught my eye. As a dad I’m always interested in things to entertain the kids without destroying the family finances, and as a designer I’m interested in ways to involve my girls in creative pursuits, although given the contrary nature of children they will probably want to become accountants to spite me and my illustrator wife.