Tag Archives: color

GTLK

Abstract motion visuals designed by Russian company Andrey Muratov. The music complements the stop motion quiet well and the washed out colors set the appropriate mood for the video.

Via Design Collector.

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Inspiration ➡ Matthias Heiderich

I’ve seen Matthias Heiderich’s work numerous times on blogs like grainedit and ISO50 and every time I view his work I am so intrigued like I was the first time I seen them. The way color is treated in Heiderich’s photos is very wistful and gives off a real positive vibe. He crops his images in a very clever way almost making them seem like designed compositions. These works are just a few of my favorites.

Check out more of his work on Behance and Flickr.

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PAPPELTALKS

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Hubero Kororo designed this interactive CD cover for the band Uceroz. What makes this a unique design is that when you open the CD packaging on the side, ink is set free and bleeds into the cover. What an absolute genius idea. The idea of this is executed really well and creates a unique package with each individual CD. The music industry needs more marketing like this to encourage more people to buy the actual CD rather than download it illegally.

Via Today and Tomorrow.


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