We’d like to congratulate PositionSizer.com on their recent site launch. Alupa Creative provided a full range of creative and technological services for PositionSizer, and we’re happy with the final product.
Check out the site here.
Through a series of questions, posed by a pseudo-psychiatric video moderator, you can determine if you are the happy go-lucky type, or the down to earth pragmatic type. Think of this as a simplified Myers-Briggs Type Indicator for all of those designers and typophiles out there.
Alupa Creative has recently completed a logo for the software development company, Three Little Birds. The company is comprised of a small, targeted group of application developers who provide businesses with high end technology solutions.
We’ll keep you posted on their growth as they develop as a company.
You will also be able to find this piece in our portfolio section shortly.
It’s that time of the year… The time of year for starting paragraphs with the phrase “it’s that time of the year.”
…And because of this, Pantone has released the must-have color for 2010: Turquoise. Booyah.
I just threw up in my mouth a little bit.
Every year I do a shirt for Bolle to sell in their booth at the US Open. This year’s shirt is above.
Apparel has always been an important part of my creative framework. I enjoy the simplicity of the design limitations, the application of functional creativity and the chance to get down to some serious graphics work. A shirt’s image is more than just a straightforward graphic, it’s a chance to tie multiple layers of meaning into a single work.
Ever wondered what to do in the event of an air strike on the US? In 1955? So did we.
We found this little gem at our friendly neighborhood resource for all things slightly pre-Apocalyptic, the antique mall. This, along with a dozen other equally disturbing (but amazingly informational) pamphlets were only a dollar a piece. You can’t find entertainment that good any more, we checked it out.
You can view the new gallery here.
Every now and again I stumble across something that makes me wish I had designed it. Something simply done, with a lot of style and clever use of photoshop. This is one of those times.
Presented clearly, these book covers are based on popular movies with a 60′s dime store literature thematic twist. Use of repetition, color and layouts are top notch, not to mention excellent choice in movies represented. Spacesick has some other great work on his portfolio site, but the full array of the “I Can Read Movie Series” can be seen on his Flickr account.
Alien invasion and vintage Swiss postcards combine to make a Flickr photo set called “Invading the Vintage.” Illustrator Franco Brambilla has combined his trademark Sci-Fi style with vintage tourist postcards to add a creative twist on an old theme.
Rabid fans of the Coen Brother’s cult classic, The Big Lebowski have been gathering all over the US for years now, at a music and cinema festival simply known as “Lebowskifest.”
What the f&k is that, you may ask? Clearly, you’re not a golfer.
With the advent of photo sharing accounts like Flickr, the number of accessible images from which to draw inspiration has skyrocketed.
Below are some key images and the site links to limitless vintage advertisements from decades of magazines, newspapers and multimedia sources. Each Flickr contributor does have quite a few other sets to view, so don’t stop at the images or sets indicated for the authentic advertising experience.