#GraphicDesign - #WorkExperience

This is a unique opportunity to gain invaluable experience with the branding for Electronic music booking agency and club night: Individual Collective.

You will report to creator Matt Tharp to develop ideas for conceptual branding that encapsulates a modern, forward thinking, minimalist aesthetic and help it to evolve in to new media forms.

 

You will be given the chance to develop….

 

·         Different takes on the logo

 

·         Design for T-shirt that incorporate logo and wording

 

·         Printing on apparel

 

·         Imagery for a flyer for the 1st birthday

 

·         Animations

 

·         Social media banners and avatars

 

Please email Matt directly at Individualcollective@gmail.com if you are interested.

 

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explore-blog:

If you read one thing today, make it Werner Herzog on creativity, self-reliance, money, and how to make a living of doing what you love.

explore-blog:

If you read one thing today, make it Werner Herzog on creativity, self-reliance, money, and how to make a living of doing what you love.

My films are intended as polemical statements against the American ‘barrel down’ cinema and its dis-empowerment of the spectator. They are an appeal for a cinema of insistent questions instead of false (because too quick) answers, for clarifying distance in place of violating closeness, for provocation and dialogue instead of consumption and consensus.
Michael Haneke

Janet Mock on Beyoncé’s feminism.


"I don’t want to film a ‘slice of life’ because people can get that at home, in the street, or even in front of the movie theater. They don’t have to pay money to see a slice of life. And I avoid out-and-out fantasy because people should be able to identify with the characters. Making a film means, first of all, to tell a story. That story can be an improbable one, but it should never be banal. It must be dramatic and human. What is drama, after all, but life with the dull bits cut out. The next factor is the technique of film-making, and in this connection I am against virtuosity for its own sake. Technique should enrich the action. One doesn’t set the camera at a certain angle just because the cameraman happens to be enthusiastic about that spot. The only thing that matters is whether the installation of the camera at a given angle is going to give the scene its maximum impact. The beauty of the image and movement, the rhythm and the effects—everything must be subordinate to the purpose."
Alfred Hitchcock

"I don’t want to film a ‘slice of life’ because people can get that at home, in the street, or even in front of the movie theater. They don’t have to pay money to see a slice of life. And I avoid out-and-out fantasy because people should be able to identify with the characters. Making a film means, first of all, to tell a story. That story can be an improbable one, but it should never be banal. It must be dramatic and human. What is drama, after all, but life with the dull bits cut out. The next factor is the technique of film-making, and in this connection I am against virtuosity for its own sake. Technique should enrich the action. One doesn’t set the camera at a certain angle just because the cameraman happens to be enthusiastic about that spot. The only thing that matters is whether the installation of the camera at a given angle is going to give the scene its maximum impact. The beauty of the image and movement, the rhythm and the effects—everything must be subordinate to the purpose."

Alfred Hitchcock

"A clear horizon — nothing to worry about on your plate, only things that are creative and not destructive… I can’t bear quarreling, I can’t bear feelings between people — I think hatred is wasted energy, and it’s all non-productive. I’m very sensitive — a sharp word, said by a person, say, who has a temper, if they’re close to me, hurts me for days. I know we’re only human, we do go in for these various emotions, call them negative emotions, but when all these are removed and you can look forward and the road is clear ahead, and now you’re going to create something — I think that’s as happy as I’ll ever want to be."

Alfred Hitchcock (August 13th 1899 - April 29th 1980)

paintdeath:

"Uncomfortable silences. Why do we feel it’s necessary to yak about bullsh*t in order to be comfortable?" - Mia WallacePulp Fiction (1994)

paintdeath:

"Uncomfortable silences. Why do we feel it’s necessary to yak about bullsh*t in order to be comfortable?" - Mia Wallace

Pulp Fiction (1994)

frannyelle:

micdotcom:

Intense photos from Ferguson last night look more like Iraq than the U.S.

Civil unrest in response to the shooting death of unarmed black teenager Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., has received the lion’s share of media coverage. But as protests continus, the authorities’ response has increasingly looked less like police action and more like a crackdown in a war zone.

But it’s not just the equipment

This is happening.

helloyoucreatives:

Slender Vender. 

Creative advertising idea from Diet Coke…

helloyoucreatives:

Multi-layered Illustrations by Gaia Alari

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jaymug:

We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence therefore is not an act, but a habit.

jaymug:

We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence therefore is not an act, but a habit.