A street-wise view of London, shot entirely from within a bus.
Marco Manev‘s take on minimalistic, iconographic representations of comic book heroes, with the added texturization of well-loved posters.
Adopting the style of wayfinding systems, this humorous breakdown of Star Wars, Episode V includes some cameos by “guest stars,” such as the Michelin Man (chapter 23).
Design by Wayne Dorrington
The Art of the Shoot, or How Two Images wonderfully capture this:
Morgan Spurlock, of Super Size Me food documentary fame, and Fast Company teamed up for this photo shoot for the story “I’m with the Brand”—a look at the role of branding messages in media and the relationship between media content and advertising. Spurlock’s upcoming film, Pom Wonderful Presents: The Greatest Movie Ever Sold, taglines: “He’s not selling out, he’s’ buying in.”
Inspired by the thought of what it must be like for a younger audience to watch the older Star Wars movies, Justin Van Genderen created a retro-like set of “travel posters” for the films’ planets: with minimalistic forms and stained textures.
For a similarly-inspired travel poster series, Van Genderen took on the locations of popular Marvel and DC comic book hero towns. While the posters for the heroes’ metropolises have more detail, the great silhouettes and bold type make these posters equally striking and graphic.