Webb deVlam has created packaging for gin brand Bombay Sapphire that illuminates when the box is lifted off of the shelves. Absolutely brilliant (pardon the pun, but it’s appropriate here). The packaging features a vector illustration by Yehrin Tong that has been produced in electroluminescent ink. The animated effect is created with the help of [...]
Colorado Springs, CO, USA. A stunning interface design concept by Jeremey Fleischer. The app works as a Bluetooth-controlled remote that interacts with Canon DSLR cameras. Via: weandthecolor
Students at the French arts and media school Gobelins have come up with with this charming little film. Via BoingBoing
When Mother Nature sends you a friend request – Accept it. Entrepreneurs take chances. They roll the dice. They plant seeds and keep an eye on things. Applying these principals to growing something can do marvellous things for your mental and physical health. Not to mention a few raised eyebrows from the lady who walks [...]
The irony of this post, is that the method of delivery is the very thing that has robbed us of our connection. I remember life before the internet. It will never be that way again.
The battle amongst full-size pickup trucks from Ford, Chevy and Ram is as close to a bloodsport as the auto industry has, but now it might be Toyota that gets the last laugh in the tonnage towing race. In what should prove to be the mother of all publicity stunts, a showroom-stock 2012 Toyota Tundra [...]
A Guide to Creating Iconic Brand Identities by David Airey Feed your bookshelf There are a lot of books out there that show collections of logos. But David Airey’s “Logo Design Love” is something different: it’s a guide for designers (and clients) who want to understand what this mysterious business is all about. Written in [...]
T-shirts are walking vector art galleries Very few do it better than Threadless. They seem to be a magnetic source for some of the best vector illustrators around and their success is no doubt magnified by the customers who gobble up these cotton billboards. Take a closer look at Threadlesss If you want to see [...]
Germaphobes rejoice Now you can throw your keyboard in the sink and give it a scrub (not kidding). Clean and mean From time to time, I leave the comfort of the Vectorvault studio to work with clients on-site. I love to interact with teams and work within their own processes to make their clients shine. [...]
Microsoft’s 25-year-old logo just got a facelift. As of today, customers will begin to see the company’s new trademark throughout Microsoft’s websites and on new TV ads. The new corporate symbol will also gradually appear on products in Microsoft’s retail store, per the company blog. Microsoft’s Jeff Hansen (General Manager, Brand Strategy, Microsoft) told the [...]
Shepard Fairey is one vector artist who has proven that images can change the world. He is most famous for The Hope poster he created for the Obama Campaign. That image, crystallized the feelings of a generation. His Obey brand is also a very recognizable signature that has secured it’s own place in vector art [...]
This one was uploaded to the Vectorvault Flickr Group and immediately caught our eye. Leon Ryan has pulled this clever illustration right off the grill. Smiles all around here at the Vectorvault Studio for this “fancy frank“. This year our Flickr page has exploded with over 980 members and 8300 examples of vector creativity. If [...]
Wales / UK- Beam this up Calling all nerds and pop-culture fans. Wayne Harris has done it again. Explore this artists’s work: Portfolio TumblrTwitter
A series of portraits created for ESPN Magazine Brasil Cristiano Siqueira A.K.A – “Cris Vector” scores big for Brasil The Brazilian ESPN Magazine invited me to create a series of 18 portraits of historical brazilian sports personalities for their 1st anniversary edition, released in November. This special issue features a ranking of the 50 most [...]
Woof! Dog gone amazing prints Lumadessa is offering up a new collection of dog vector art prints to it’s series of flora and fauna. If you are a fan of man’s best friend, then this is probably the right place to be sniffing around. Don’t just stand there… FETCH! Also: Birds Mammals :: Twitter Facebook
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The LEGO Group celebrates its 80th Birthday with this delightful animated story that appeals to children of all ages. This 17 minute animated video describes the life of Danish toymaker Ole Kirk Christiansen, who created the company in 1932, and his son Godtfred, Lego’s second owner, from the perspective of current owner Kjeld, the founder’s [...]
Extra Extra Read all about it Part of being a great designer is constantly educating yourself with the latest trends. But also taking time to see where design has been. These 4 selections are highly recommended and hold their own place in the Vectorvault Studio Library. Whenever someone here is stuck for an idea, these [...]
Show me the money The Great Seal has many mysterious and sinister theories swirling about it’s origins on the back of the American One Dollar Bill. Now, you can download a vector traced version here. As you can see, this artist has done a fine job capturing the detail to use on an engraving for [...]
Old school typesetting stopped us in our tracks Melbourne, Australia This was discovered in the Vectorvault Flickr Pool. Wow. Talk about an amazing grasp of typography. we followed it to Threadless to find that it was part of the Threadless Loves Vintage Challenge. Cast your vote, because this one deserves to win. Typographic Diamond Submission [...]
Thirst-quenching vector goodness With The London 2012 Olympic Games in full swing, we just couldn’t resist featuring yet another incredible vector series from Matt W. Moore. His self-proclaimed style of vector funk is sweeping the globe currently. A tremendous achievement that reinforces our instincts that the future of design lies with vector art. Well done. [...]
Drawing upon vector art MWM Graphics (A.K.A. Matt W. Moore) has combined two of my favourite things: Vector art and Sharpie markers, to create beautiful works of geometric perfection. With the aid of a robotic arm, these vector graphics really come to life in a poster series that is nothing short of stunning. Visit their [...]
Here is Vectorvault Flickr Member m@cavanah‘s tribute to Andy Murray avenging his Wimbledon loss to Roger Federer, by capturing Olympic Tennis Gold.
for PC and Mac Behold, the batmobile of precision mice. Santa, if you are following this feed, please put me down for one of these suckers. I’ve been super good this year: Mad Catz R.A.T. 9 Professional Wireless Mouse.