I don’t blog websites that often but I wanna show you G’nosh London based food company that does dips and yummy little things. I really like their website because of it handmade feel and scrolling through it really makes me wanna try their product. Yum!
Don’t visit hungry: http://gnosh.co.uk/
How to make counting calories look attractive? Right this way! Have a look at this little project, a collaboration between Christina Winkless, Anna Brooks and David Rosser. I would love to see this site built out even further with loads more stuff to look through and loads more clever infographics.
Go check it out: http://www.fatorfiction.info
Check out the website of French art director Julien Brisson aka Plastic Bionic. I have fallen in love with websites like these because I like it when the whole frame is kind of a composition that the work is integrated into. I love how the whole thing kinda changes from project to project.
See more: http://www.plasticbionic.com
Check out this website for hair and make-up artist Sidsel Marie Bøg done by Marcus Fuchs and Morten Wibrand. The website is such a joy to see, each page is a beautiful composition and there’s a lovely variation running through the site with colours and background images. The site is submitted for the FWA so if you like what you see you should go give the boys your vote.
Visit the site: http://hair-makeup.dk
I think that Serial Cut was one of the first blog posts I did here at the lab and it’s so great to go back and see how much have happende since. So much new stuff and it’s looking great, these guys know how to sculpt beautiful glossy visual universes to perfection. Ok ok, the type on the website is annoying, but the images ROCK!
See more: http://www.serialcut.com
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Here’s 3 websites that I found and liked…with no apparant context. Sorry, it’s one of those days :-)
Today is the first day after my students graduated and it’s so quiet here, ohh so quiet! So I finally have a bit of time to get back to some inspiration here at the lab.
Today I had the great pleasure of surfing right in to Grip Limited’s website and it has instantly put me in a brilliant mood. So I think you should drop by their site and enjoy all the useless info on there too. It is probably a little Feltron inspired but i think it’s great to see it in an interactive setting. It will make sense when you see it! Loving it!
See more: http://www.griplimited.com
Had a bit of a Christmas break here at the lab but with a few days off before New Year’s I’m back with a bit of inspiration. I was recently alerted to Mike Kus (thanks Jeppe!) I’ve enjoyed his work before for the Carsonified website but never knew who was behind it. I love his style, his websites are vibrant, colourful and shows a knack for approaching the media in a creative way.
See more: http://mikekus.com/
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I’m not a great fan of Monet so when I got a tip to visit the website for the exhibition in Paris at the Galeries Nationales it wasn’t top of my list. But this website is really worth a visit, it is a brilliant contrast to the pieces but at the same time done with great respect. I love the way the paintings occur. Check it out, GREAT work!
Visit the site: http://www.monet2010.com/
My god what a day! I’m coming to you from my bed after a particularly grueling tooth operation. Am on a diet of soup, ice cream and pain killers, could be worse I guess! So what else can you do but lie in bed and look at pretty things, like the new Marc Atlan website for example. I’ve featured Marc Atlan before but the new and improved website is worth mentioning. Designed by Danish Hello Monday it is a great continuation of the super minimalist Marc Atlan style. If you’re into minimalism it doesn’t get much more minimalist than this, but do stop to appreciate the fine details of the site, like the type animations, the smoothe movement, the loader and so forth. I like!
Visit the new Marc Atlan site here: http://www.marcatlan.com/