A great series of book covers by Cardon Webb which when placed down together form a larger image.
Posts Tagged ‘ Colour ’
Lovely looking graph showing the evolution of Crayola crayon colours from 1903 to 2010. It is also interesting to see the evolution of this graph from a simple linear square, to a rainbow.
The rainbow is visually more appealing, as well as being clever with the colour allergy between the crayon’s and the rainbow. The curved shape allows for easier viewing of the more recent colours, and also gives the impression of crayons layed out in a fan, with the inner trapezoidal shape mimicking a sharpened crayon head.
Great looking annual report, with a lovely green eco-friendly feel to it. I like the subtle wavy lines in the design which give both the impression of a finger print, and also of stamps and travel.
French Paper Sample Room
Great poster for this year’s Tweed Run in London. I like the simple colour palette and the silhouette’s of two famous London landmarks in the background.
Great work by James Kape and Briton Smith on the posters, brochures, book and cards for the Parklife festival in Australia. The paper made flora and fauna are gorgeous and well photographed. The simple white layout and nice typography complements the imagery well.