Best of Feed 12.6.14

A round-up of our favourite projects uploaded to CR’s Feed section in the past week, including illustrations from Janne Iivonen, a clever calendar for Land Rover, an identity fit for heroes, titles for a TV series produced by 50 Cent bizarre woollen wrestlers and Philipp Zurmöhle’s rather nice Von & Zu Buch identity

A round-up of our favourite projects uploaded to CR’s Feed section in the past week, including illustrations from Janne Iivonen, a clever calendar for Land Rover, an identity fit for heroes, titles for a TV series produced by 50 Cent bizarre woollen wrestlers and Philipp Zurmöhle’s rather nice Von & Zu Buch identity

Von & Zu Buch is a bookshop in Mannheim specialising in beautifully crafted titles. A particular feature of the shop is a ‘gallery wall’ displaying covers, something that designer Philipp Zurmöhle references in his identity for the brand (more here)

We love this series of illustrations by Brighton-based illustrator Janne Iivonen (who reviewed the Brighton degree show for us, here) for Wolf magazine, commissioned by Kasino Creative Studio. More here

 

 

Invictus Games is an international sporting event held in London for wounded, injured and sick servicemen and women. Lambie-Nairn designed the identity for it, suggesting “the higher purpose of the games as a platform for personal achievement”. More here

 

Illustrator Emily Golden, from Bristol, was commissioned by Fresh Arts, the ongoing arts programme at North Bristol NHS Trust, and Willis Newson to help transform the new children’s minor injuries unit at Southmead Hospital. MOre here

 

This trailer for the National Animation Festival in Bruz, France was directed by Emma De Swaef and Marc James Roels.

 

Leviathan created this title sequence for Power, a new US series exec produced by Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson. More here

 

It may be a little late in the year to receive a calendar but this topographic design for Land Rover by TBWA Istanbul is still worth noting. More here

 

This wall-sized digital artwork created from thousands of tiny screens and lenses forms the centrepiece of a major new biomedical research centre just opened in New York. Created by Squint/Opera. More here

 

Identity for Toucan Training Club by d.studio. More here

 

And finally, yes it’s another World Cup project, this time by Dave Sedgwick (Studio DBD) and Hey for TwentyTwentyTwo, a gallery/bar space in Manchester. Created to promote the fact that all the WC games will be shown live at the venue and that there will be a special Hey exhibition at the same time, the book, titled ‘Gol!’ features illustrations of individual players from all 32 different teams involved. More here

 

If you want to get your owrk seen by the CR team, just upload it to our Feed section. It costs nothing. Just go here to register. We will be posting regular updates of our favourite work submitted here.

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