State of the Obvious brands teamed up with the Design Museum for these exclusive typography inspired gelaskins and covers. Designed to appeal to typography and design lovers, these products has been heavily influenced by the International Typographic Style from the 50’s and 60’s.
ipad: A History of Switzerland commercial for a new app has an intruder. The Android Robot manages to be included in the line-up at the .42 minute mark. Here’s a screenshot. Here’s the video… How on earth did that happen?
This limited edition iPad is laser engraved with Dwayne Wade and other illustrations from ilovedust and feature different parts of the ongoing story that can be found on the iPad. Everything is packaged up in an impressive metal briefcase with the Jumpman branding. D-Wade fans will appreciate this pretty sweet embellishment.
The Museum of London’s iPhone App named ‘Streetmuseum‘, allows you to select a destination from their London map, or use your GPS to locate an image near you. You then hold your camera up to the present day street scene and the same London location appears on your screen, offering you to time travel back [...]
Three illustrations for an article in RAM magazine* about the future of publishing and media in the new era of iPad, iPhone and the other new smart devices, by Charis Tsevis, with details. Gives new meaning to the word ‘plugged in”. A young woman reading the New York Times on her iPad and iPhone.
This is what the world will be coming to soon. Good ol’ paperbacks might soon be extinct or a specialty item. So laugh now. Cartoon by Jeff Stahler.