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Design

Transit Maps from Zero Per Zero

January 10, 2011

Christopher Jobson

Fantastic transit maps from a duo of graphic designers out of Seoul called Zero Per Zero. Shown above are Tokyo, Seoul, Osaka, and NYC. They also have great maps for London, Hokkaido and Barcelona.

 

 



Design

Cars, Bus, Bikes: The Space Taken by 60 People

January 8, 2011

Christopher Jobson

A great redesign by Aza Raskin of a 2001 poster that used the dreaded Comic Sans. (via pratt)

 

 



Design Music

Girl Talk Visualized

December 10, 2010

Christopher Jobson

Extraordinary music visualization work by Tiffany Farrant for FastCo. This graphic unlocks the musical DNA of Girl Talk’s latest album All Day as Gregg Gillis mixes literally dozens of songs to create each track. Really fun to follow along with the music if you can.

 

 



Design

Stupidly Beautiful Neighborhood Maps by These Are Things

December 3, 2010

Christopher Jobson

Stumbled on this gorgeous Chicago neighborhoods print over at These Are Things, a collaboration between Jen Adrion and Omar Noory out of Columbus, Ohio. They’ve also got maps for Manhattan, Brooklyn, San Francisco, LA, DC, and of course Columbus.

 

 



Design

The PNC Christmas Price Index

November 30, 2010

Christopher Jobson

It’s been weeks if not months since I’ve seen a truly engaging Flash-based website that I’ve felt the desire to explore as the designers intended. So this crazy interactive site for the 27th PNC Christmas Index completely blew me away and goes to show that Flash definitely has its place for some online experiences. So just what is the PNC Christmas Index?

PNC is the third largest bank in the US and each year, for the last 27 years, they have compared the prices of the gifts in the song “12 days of Christmas” and compared them to the years before.

The brief was to make a pop-up book out of the price index. A straightforward brief with a lot of room to be creative. The solution we opted for was a full 3D render with a linear but very much interactive storyline. We wanted to give a very simple interaction but give full control and therefore possibility to see the book fold in and out.

The result is a funny mix of a childish and very lifelike pop-up book filled with highly valuable financial information.

Check out the full experience PNC Christmas Index site. The creative director behind the project was Pelle Martin, and you can see lots of sketches and behind the scenes work in his portfolio. Very nice work.

 

 



Design

Consollection 2: The Ultimate Video Game Poster of All Time

November 30, 2010

Christopher Jobson

Ohhhh my goodness. The Consollection graphic has been updated to include more game systems with added detail and is now finally a print which you can purchase and hang in the most prominent part of your household.

170 videogame systems are shown as miniatures in chronological order. Every system is presented with name, manufacturer and release date. A nice overview over 38 years of videogame-history.

(via coudal)