Category Archives: Design

We’ve been partnering with the New York couture atelier Angelo Lambrou for the last four years to help them refine their brand and streamline their communications.

Our most recent work includes a new website that improves the presentation of their latest collections and conveys the rich history of the brand, now with more video content.

Learn more here, or visit AngeloLambrou.com

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Rinek, Inc. is a luxury home builder based in Palm Coast, Florida. Their website and overall brand were feeling dated and did not reflect their company today.

Our team’s assignment:

  • redesign their logo
  • develop a blue-based color palette
  • rethink the site architecture to address each of their target markets
  • rewrite all site copy to be more succinct
  • leverage the photography for a more visual user experience
  • establish Rinek as the first choice for luxury homes in Florida’s most desirable communities.

RESULTS: a fresh, modern brand image and an easy-to-navigate, visually-driven, SEO-optimized site with clear user paths for a better user experience that drives an increased response rate. View site: http://rinekinc.com

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If you’ve ever fantasized about living in a real-life Lego home, your dream could finally come true.

French architecture firm Multipod Studio recently unveiled a prototype for the PopUp House, a customizable home made from stackable blocks. It can be designed, ordered, and built in about a month.

Check out the design for the first homes, located in the pine valleys of Southern France.

And you thought building Ikea furniture was daunting.

 

Source: Lego Pop-Up House construction – Tech Insider

The Gashlycrumb Tinies is a quaintly morbid alphabet book written by Edward Gorey in 1963. The book recounts the unsettling deaths of 26 children, each representing a letter of the alphabet, in rhyming dactylic couplets.

 

Source: The Gashlycrumb Tinies: Alphabet Book for the Morbid – disinformation

In this video projection mapping project, a miniature chef turns your plate into a projected grill. Bon appétit!
By Antoon Verbeeck and Filip Sterckx. Contact us if you would like to have this projection or a customized version of this project at your event: skullmapping@gmail.com
www.skullmapping.com / www.facebook.com/skullmapping

Source: Le Petit Chef – YouTube

This is fantastic. Artist Dan Savage has partnered with Wondersauce and over 100 filmmakers to create streaming yule log-inspired short films. Here’s a taste:

Check out all 52 Yule Logs at watchyulelog.com (scroll down to get to the videos).

They’ve really thought this through: once you select a video, you can choose to loop it, or just let the site serve up one video after another.

Read more at Cool Hunting.

 

Minion Yellow is a customized shade issued by Pantone with the express purpose of promoting the current installment of a certain film franchise which opened last weekend in theaters nationwide. It’s supposed to make people feel happy. But it makes me feel worried.

Source: Pantone’s “Minion Yellow” Isn’t Just Annoying, It’s Bad For Designers