NOTABLE WORK ROUND-UP from across the spectrum: graphic, video, collage, photo. 
If these don’t inspire you, maybe you should take the rest of the week off.


1- Sofia Coppola’s video ad for H&M for Marni. If the announcement of this special collection wasn’t enough to get women excited, the crisp, stunning photography in this ad will. 



2- Artist Colin Pinegar’s 3-D map of friends. Pinegar used a few simple questions to determine where his Facebook friends fit in relation to each other and himself, and then assigned them a hue on a 25 point scale from dark purple (for closest friends) to light pink (for acquaintances). He gave the little busts away to their human doppleganger at his opening if they were in attendance (not surprisingly, more of his purple friends got the souvenirs). 



3- Come Closer Club- Invitation and Club Box. The Behance Network presents another winning design. This is an invite for automotive industry club members, to attend a conference where they will discuss color impressions. Minimal with a pleasant pop, just how we like it. 



4- Photo collage from freelance art director and graphic designer Nacho Ormaechea. This mixed media designer distorts figures in these street photos with intricate collage work. They are better for it and the colors are great.



5- The Bio Diversity Project from Joel Sartore. This National Geographic photographer is trying to document the world’s biodiversity before some of its most extraordinary looking creatures start disappearing. He already has captured 1800 and the photos are extraordinary.




-Caroline Jackson NOTABLE WORK ROUND-UP from across the spectrum: graphic, video, collage, photo. 
If these don’t inspire you, maybe you should take the rest of the week off.


1- Sofia Coppola’s video ad for H&M for Marni. If the announcement of this special collection wasn’t enough to get women excited, the crisp, stunning photography in this ad will. 



2- Artist Colin Pinegar’s 3-D map of friends. Pinegar used a few simple questions to determine where his Facebook friends fit in relation to each other and himself, and then assigned them a hue on a 25 point scale from dark purple (for closest friends) to light pink (for acquaintances). He gave the little busts away to their human doppleganger at his opening if they were in attendance (not surprisingly, more of his purple friends got the souvenirs). 



3- Come Closer Club- Invitation and Club Box. The Behance Network presents another winning design. This is an invite for automotive industry club members, to attend a conference where they will discuss color impressions. Minimal with a pleasant pop, just how we like it. 



4- Photo collage from freelance art director and graphic designer Nacho Ormaechea. This mixed media designer distorts figures in these street photos with intricate collage work. They are better for it and the colors are great.



5- The Bio Diversity Project from Joel Sartore. This National Geographic photographer is trying to document the world’s biodiversity before some of its most extraordinary looking creatures start disappearing. He already has captured 1800 and the photos are extraordinary.




-Caroline Jackson NOTABLE WORK ROUND-UP from across the spectrum: graphic, video, collage, photo. 
If these don’t inspire you, maybe you should take the rest of the week off.


1- Sofia Coppola’s video ad for H&M for Marni. If the announcement of this special collection wasn’t enough to get women excited, the crisp, stunning photography in this ad will. 



2- Artist Colin Pinegar’s 3-D map of friends. Pinegar used a few simple questions to determine where his Facebook friends fit in relation to each other and himself, and then assigned them a hue on a 25 point scale from dark purple (for closest friends) to light pink (for acquaintances). He gave the little busts away to their human doppleganger at his opening if they were in attendance (not surprisingly, more of his purple friends got the souvenirs). 



3- Come Closer Club- Invitation and Club Box. The Behance Network presents another winning design. This is an invite for automotive industry club members, to attend a conference where they will discuss color impressions. Minimal with a pleasant pop, just how we like it. 



4- Photo collage from freelance art director and graphic designer Nacho Ormaechea. This mixed media designer distorts figures in these street photos with intricate collage work. They are better for it and the colors are great.



5- The Bio Diversity Project from Joel Sartore. This National Geographic photographer is trying to document the world’s biodiversity before some of its most extraordinary looking creatures start disappearing. He already has captured 1800 and the photos are extraordinary.




-Caroline Jackson NOTABLE WORK ROUND-UP from across the spectrum: graphic, video, collage, photo. 
If these don’t inspire you, maybe you should take the rest of the week off.


1- Sofia Coppola’s video ad for H&M for Marni. If the announcement of this special collection wasn’t enough to get women excited, the crisp, stunning photography in this ad will. 



2- Artist Colin Pinegar’s 3-D map of friends. Pinegar used a few simple questions to determine where his Facebook friends fit in relation to each other and himself, and then assigned them a hue on a 25 point scale from dark purple (for closest friends) to light pink (for acquaintances). He gave the little busts away to their human doppleganger at his opening if they were in attendance (not surprisingly, more of his purple friends got the souvenirs). 



3- Come Closer Club- Invitation and Club Box. The Behance Network presents another winning design. This is an invite for automotive industry club members, to attend a conference where they will discuss color impressions. Minimal with a pleasant pop, just how we like it. 



4- Photo collage from freelance art director and graphic designer Nacho Ormaechea. This mixed media designer distorts figures in these street photos with intricate collage work. They are better for it and the colors are great.



5- The Bio Diversity Project from Joel Sartore. This National Geographic photographer is trying to document the world’s biodiversity before some of its most extraordinary looking creatures start disappearing. He already has captured 1800 and the photos are extraordinary.




-Caroline Jackson NOTABLE WORK ROUND-UP from across the spectrum: graphic, video, collage, photo. 
If these don’t inspire you, maybe you should take the rest of the week off.


1- Sofia Coppola’s video ad for H&M for Marni. If the announcement of this special collection wasn’t enough to get women excited, the crisp, stunning photography in this ad will. 



2- Artist Colin Pinegar’s 3-D map of friends. Pinegar used a few simple questions to determine where his Facebook friends fit in relation to each other and himself, and then assigned them a hue on a 25 point scale from dark purple (for closest friends) to light pink (for acquaintances). He gave the little busts away to their human doppleganger at his opening if they were in attendance (not surprisingly, more of his purple friends got the souvenirs). 



3- Come Closer Club- Invitation and Club Box. The Behance Network presents another winning design. This is an invite for automotive industry club members, to attend a conference where they will discuss color impressions. Minimal with a pleasant pop, just how we like it. 



4- Photo collage from freelance art director and graphic designer Nacho Ormaechea. This mixed media designer distorts figures in these street photos with intricate collage work. They are better for it and the colors are great.



5- The Bio Diversity Project from Joel Sartore. This National Geographic photographer is trying to document the world’s biodiversity before some of its most extraordinary looking creatures start disappearing. He already has captured 1800 and the photos are extraordinary.




-Caroline Jackson

NOTABLE WORK ROUND-UP from across the spectrum: graphic, video, collage, photo. 

If these don’t inspire you, maybe you should take the rest of the week off.

1- Sofia Coppola’s video ad for H&M for Marni. If the announcement of this special collection wasn’t enough to get women excited, the crisp, stunning photography in this ad will. 
2- Artist Colin Pinegar’s 3-D map of friends. Pinegar used a few simple questions to determine where his Facebook friends fit in relation to each other and himself, and then assigned them a hue on a 25 point scale from dark purple (for closest friends) to light pink (for acquaintances). He gave the little busts away to their human doppleganger at his opening if they were in attendance (not surprisingly, more of his purple friends got the souvenirs). 
3- Come Closer Club- Invitation and Club Box. The Behance Network presents another winning design. This is an invite for automotive industry club members, to attend a conference where they will discuss color impressions. Minimal with a pleasant pop, just how we like it. 
4- Photo collage from freelance art director and graphic designer Nacho Ormaechea. This mixed media designer distorts figures in these street photos with intricate collage work. They are better for it and the colors are great.
5- The Bio Diversity Project from Joel Sartore. This National Geographic photographer is trying to document the world’s biodiversity before some of its most extraordinary looking creatures start disappearing. He already has captured 1800 and the photos are extraordinary.
-Caroline Jackson
It’s no surprise that we’re big fans of Design M.ag and the constant amount of design inspiration they crank out every day.  Now, they’ve provided us with a list of 10 sources of logo design inspiration.  These are places you can look, in addition to Design M.ag, where you can be inspired to design and even share your work with others.

It’s no surprise that we’re big fans of Design M.ag and the constant amount of design inspiration they crank out every day.  Now, they’ve provided us with a list of 10 sources of logo design inspiration.  These are places you can look, in addition to Design M.ag, where you can be inspired to design and even share your work with others.

Wait! Hold on! One more treat from DesignM.ag today.

Now they’ve gathered 32 websites with big, but stunning, background photos.  Without being distracting, the photos provide the perfect backdrop for these sites and help tie all the content together.  The one above is one of our favorites, though all of them are aesthetically pleasing.