Using childish shapes to evoke jovial, more carefree mentalities
Implications - Shapes and symbols that appealed to us as children evoke a sense of play we often miss in our earnest adult lives. Integrating forms like bubbles into design speaks to this innate desire, forming a subconscious affinity for the product, and creating an emotional bond with the consumer.
I love interactive campaigns that involve the target audience in their mechanism and delivery. This Kofukan Shiatsu massage campaign is a great example of simple yet creative hands-on advertising that… [More]
Where else but Dubai would you get a champagne inspired tower?
The 18-story Pixel Tower by James Law Cybertecture, which is planned for Dubai's Waterfront, is inspired by the moving bubbles in a champagne… [More]
The â€˜Bloomâ€™ bicycle device, an entry in the Design21: Power to the Pedal competition, did not win the contest but the judges wanted to give a â€˜shout-outâ€™ to the designers anyway, and I can see… [More]
Artist and instructor, Jessica Jane Julius, tries to make something socially disgusting like "discarded body fluid" into something beautiful.
She shines light through her saliva onto light sensitive… [More]