Open Switzerland is a conceptual design project by BaseGVA in collaboration with SUMO interactive, where the initiative, comprising provocative, rethought, iconic Swiss imagery, an interactive website and a custom-made «neutral» typeface, launches a debate about what it means to challenge a country’s identity and, in doing so, its very reason for being.
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The design -inspired by the architectural values of the building hosting the events- offers various morphological properties. Besides the full or half version of the kiosk, user can easily create different types of desks or stands, according to function and location, by subtracting or adding certain parts.
Designs and model photos following.
Major movies storylines summarized and illustrated using minimalist pictogram timelines by Milan based advertising studio H-57 (Matteo Civaschi & Gianmarco Milesi), as part of the book Life in Five Seconds.
More similar works by H-57 are published in Shortology, a project including illustrations as well as internet virals (check Shortology’s youtube channel here).
Cancer charity Orchid have teamed up with creative agency Fallon to release a Christmas tree bauble in the guise of a pair of shiny red testicles. As well as raising funds for new research, it is also hoped the decoration will remind men to check themselves for possible signs of testicular cancer.
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Microsoft’s witty and sarcastic adv for the new Internet Explorer 10, witch, apparently, “sucks less”…
Link to youtube video.
Fisherman rubber boots with a brilliant packaging from Australian art director Igor Mitin.
Civil Right Defenders, a Swedish-based human rights group, is introducing a new take on CAPTCHAs, those little boxes that make you type in a word to prove you are human before you can comment or register for a site.
Their version doesn’t just present a scrambled word to be deciphered, but instead forces a person to choose the right word to unscramble based on the proper emotional response to a human rights violation.
The group debuted the application just ahead of the planned gay and transgender march in Serbia on Oct. 6, which looks to have been cancelled by police due to threats by right-wing groups.
Link to Civil Rights CAPTCHA webpage.