September 15, 2014

Zomato

Two Kinds of People in This World

There are plenty of people in this world. And they all have different tastes when it comes to a lot of things. Or do they? The following ad campaign from Zomato, a website and app for foodies, says that actually there are only two kinds of people. And Zomato doesn’t just do it through one poster, they have a whole series of ads that support this.

September 13, 2014

Rahma Projekt

August 17, 2014

Zipeng Zhu

From The Fuck

July 31, 2014

Tengis Type Studio

Nomadic Fashion

July 25, 2014
Olly Moss & Jay Shaw
The Last of Us

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Olly Moss & Jay Shaw

The Last of Us

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July 16, 2014

Written by Alex J. Mann and re-designed by Jennifer Sanders, this is a funny collection of re-imagined Disney movie posters—that is, if they were directed by Quentin Tarantino.

July 5, 2014

Emily McDowell

Akward Greeting Cards

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June 21, 2014

Nekozushi

“Happiness and the absurd are two sons of the same earth,” said Albert Camus. “They are inseparable.” Indeed, absurdity does have a way of instilling happiness in us. Take, for example, Nekozushi, the brainchild of Japanese company Tange & Nakimushi Peanuts (a name that’s equally absurd).

Nekozushi, or Cat Sushi, is exactly what you think it is: a series of felines placed on top of a bed of rice and playfully adorned with props to make them look like different types of sushi. Hooray for absurdity?

Last year a Nekozushi shop opened where you can get your very own Nekozushi postcard or calendar. They even have a buying guide in English. And, no, nothing from the shop is edible.

June 17, 2014

From 30 Vintage Movie Posters from Japan

1. Kiyoshi Awazu, poster for Double Suicide, 1969 (Awazu on 50 Watts)

2. Kurosawa’s own artwork for Dodes’ka-den (Clickety Clack), 1970

3. ”Young Miss” (Ojo san) movie poster, 1930 . via Pink Tentacle

4. For a Few Dollars More, 1967

5. Masculin Féminin, 1966. via Zero Focus

6. House, 1977. via Gurafiku

7. Rififi, 1955

8. Onibaba, 1964

June 14, 2014

Nabhan Abdullatif

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