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February 9, 2017

Interaction Design: I, Steak Mobile App

Interaction Design: I, Steak Mobile App

Nowadays, cuisine is something that we have less and less time to give during the day. Even some of us, don’t even how to boil an egg! We are featuring this interaction design about an app called: I, Steak. It’s an assistant app that will help cook the perfect steak! It’s a pretty cool idea since it is quite a task from the picking, shopping and of course cooking. I love the minimal approach!

Published via Behance , Alex Yurkov is a UI/UX web designer based in Moscow, Russian Federation. It’s great of him to focus his work into UI/UX, Web Design and Interaction Design especially early in his career. We are looking forward to see more of his work in the future.

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AoiroStudio
Feb 09, 2017

Source: Abduzeedo UI/UX

February 8, 2017

Digital Art: Bison by Lukasz Poslad

Digital Art: Bison by Lukasz Poslad

We would like to share this digital art illustration by Lukasz Poland for a limited edition gift pack tube. There’s something quite powerful about this illustration and I love the use of Double Exposure mixed with a level of details that can only make you stop and appreciate every single part of this image. Stunning work and I wish this was a series with multiple animals. Maybe in the near future!

Published via Behance , Lukasz is an illustrator based in Toruń, Poland. There isn’t much information about him but we look forward to see more of his work.

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AoiroStudio
Feb 08, 2017

Source: Abduzeedo Illustration

February 8, 2017

Mobile Photography: Introducing the Next-Gen Moment's Cases and Lens

Mobile Photography: Introducing the Next-Gen Moment’s Cases and Lens

On Abduzeedo, we do enjoy brands especially independent brands that are the game changers in their areas of expertise, for the main reason to always bring the best to they can accomplish. It is the case for Moment  a brand that we dearly love. They are back with a Kickstarter campaign to introduce their latest novelty for mobile photography by bringing to production: a Battery Photo Case, Photo Case and an all-new Wide Lens. Let’s give it a look.

Currently on Kickstarter , Moment is a small company of makers that has one goal and motto. To make the best products in the World for mobile photography. It’s that simple!

We believe that the future of photography is in your pocket. The best camera is the one you have with you, and that camera is your phone. At Moment, we want to make your phone work more like a camera. This is our most ambitious project yet. Introducing not one, but three new products.

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Battery Photo Case

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Photo Case

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New Wide Lens

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Make sure to check out and support their Kickstarter Campaign. 

AoiroStudio
Feb 08, 2017

Source: Abduzeedo Photography

February 7, 2017

Illustration: Johnnie Walker x Pawel Nolbert

Illustration: Johnnie Walker x Pawel Nolbert

We would like to share this illustration project by the talented Pawel Nolbert for his work with the known Whisky brand Johnnie Walker. Approached by Diageo/LOVE, his work was applied to multiple labels from Johnnie Walker but also for limited edition gift packs. Going through this project ad you can’t help to notice how gorgeous it is and it’s great that Pawel shared some of his process on his Behance. Make sure to check it out!

Published via Behance , we have always been fans of Pawel Nolbert. And from all the mediums that he ever used on his projects, he has a distinct style that is like easily recognizable like a trademark.

The idea was to create 6 designs to be applied across the range of Johnnie Walker variants: Red Label, Black Label, Double Black Label, Gold Label, Green Label and Platinum Label. The result of the collaboration is a selection of limited edition gift packs available around the globe.

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AoiroStudio
Feb 07, 2017

Source: Abduzeedo Illustration

February 4, 2017

Architecture: Stuttgart City Library

Architecture: Stuttgart City Library

Back when I was in Berlin for Abduzeedo, I was mapping locations that I have loved to see in Berlin. The Stuttgart City Library was a spot that I would have loved to see but with distance constraint and little time; I wasn’t able to. Unfortunately. One day, I would definitely be back to photograph its splendid architecture but by the meantime, let’s go through Hans-Martin Dölz’s experience of this library.

Published on Behance , this project is part of the work from Hans-Martin Dölz. He’s a passionate photographer based in Leonberg, Germany. Looking forward of seeing more work from Hans-Martin in the future.

The Stuttgart City Library in Germany is a location which is frequently visited by photographers. The building was designed by the German-based Korean architect Eun Young Yi. The opening ceremony of the library took place on October 21, 2011, and since then countless photographs have already been taken of both the exterior and the interior. I visited the library in September 2013 for the first time and was deeply impressed by the atmosphere inside the library. The visitor faces completely new visual impressions when compared to other famous older libraries.

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AoiroStudio
Feb 04, 2017

Source: Abduzeedo Photography

February 3, 2017

Illustration Process: I Lift My Lamp Beside the Golden Door

Illustration Process: I Lift My Lamp Beside the Golden Door

I Lift My Lamp Beside the Golden Door is an illustration created by Jennifer Hom. She was very kind to share with us a little bit of her illustration process from the main goal of the project, to sketches to the final design. It’s always wonderful to see that step by step, especially from an incredible illustrator like Jennifer. I hope you enjoy it and make sure to get one of the prints at: http://jenniferhom.bigcartel.com/product/i-lift-my-lamp-beside-the-golden-door

Illustration Process by Jennifer Home

Through all the changes in America over the last several weeks, it is clear that the country needs to remain true to our spirit. Immigration is the heart of this land and I wanted to do what little I can to protect it. What started as a way cope turned into something that I hope will help support the American Civil Liberties Union. I will donate all profits from the sale of this piece to the ACLU.

Sketches

Like all my concept sketches, this is a nearly indecipherable color pencil drawing. I knew I wanted to feature the Statue of Liberty because of my own mother’s love for it.

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Tightening up the sketch to a line drawing in Photoshop, I started to give the people in the torch a little more character. I even drew in some personal loved ones who immigrated to America.

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Adding color was simple enough considering I had to stick to the statue’s iconic oxidized copper hues. The final stage was tedious and obsessive color correction.

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I hope this inspires others to make a united contribution bigger than our individual means.

-Jennifer Hom

Jennifer Hom began life as a Chinese American girl in suburban Long Island, New York. As a minority with few friends, she found happiness in drawing fairies, unicorns, magical flying unicorns, princesses, and flowers. With the help of a terribly optimistic mother, she used her countless drawings of magical beings to enroll at the Rhode Island School of Design. Now graduated with a BFA in illustration, a grad degree in doodling at Google, and a gig at Uber, she managed to find a home with climate control. She is still Chinese American, but wants to be a Broadway star.

For more information about Jennifer check out her website at http://jenniferhom.com/

 

abduzeedo
Feb 03, 2017

Source: Abduzeedo Illustration

February 2, 2017

Illustration: Daily Renders: Dimensional UI

Illustration: Daily Renders: Dimensional UI

Daily Renders: Dimensional UI is an illustration, motion graphics and UI/UX project created and shared by Fyn Ng on his Behance profile. There’s a not a lot of information shared by Fyn but the illustrations are quite descriptive in terms of what the project is all about. Basically Fyn created three dimensional user interface, literally. The toggles, map and Instagram examples are quite clever and beautiful. I don’t believe there is any desire on having interfaces like that, however it’s a lovely daily challenge and I am sure Fyn learned quite a bit by doing it. 

In terms of tools, Maxon Cinema 4D and Octane were using to create the illustration pieces shared in this post.

About Fyn Ng

Fyn is a motion designer from Singapore, currently based in New York working at Razorfish.  For more information make sure to check out his website at http://fynng.com/

Perhaps due to my INFJ personality, my passion towards design heightened after being introduced to user-centered design during an internship at Apple. I am intrigued by how it can provide people with smooth, meaningful experiences. Defining a brand’s motion language greatly enhances emotional connection with its users. I look forward to the day I can apply my Motion Design skills in a user-centered company to help build its brand and bring joy to users.

Illustration

abduzeedo
Feb 02, 2017

Source: Abduzeedo Illustration

February 2, 2017

How ‘La La Land’ Cinematographer Linus Sandgren Taught His Cameras to Dance

Oscar nominated cinematographer Linus Sandgren breaks down how he and director Damien Chazelle created long camera movements designed to play an …
Source: CW’s Flipboard Feed

February 1, 2017

Photography: Minimalist Compositions of thismintymoment

Photography: Minimalist Compositions of thismintymoment

This year, once again, I will try to finally achieve my photography goal of posting one photo a day on Instagram. In the past the idea was to take a photo a day but I’ve learned that it gets pretty difficult to conciliate that with work, blog and some rest. Another important thing is having good references, for some reason I was quite passive in that area until Francois, the chief editor of ABDZ sent me some of the photographers he follows on Instagram. One of them was the Minh T aka, @thismintymoment. He became my favorite. I love the style of the photos, the art direction and the subjects. Mixing minimalism with urban style, a lot of concrete and architecture, he is really an inspiration for me to keep practicing.

About Minh T. 

Minh T. is an art director and photographer based in California. For more information make sure to check out his work at:

Photography from Instagram

© All rights reserved to Minh T (thismintymoment)

abduzeedo
Feb 01, 2017

Source: Abduzeedo Photography

January 25, 2017

Editorial Design: Typeface Felice the Book

Editorial Design: Typeface Felice the Book

Nico Inosanto is a graphic designer based in Neuchâtel, Switzerland. He focus his work mainly on typography for the making of new typefaces. We are taking a look at actually a book about an elegant and classy typeface of Nico’s called Felice. Taking on the approach of its editorial design work, the book is simply beautiful and conservative with its minimal pages and some highlighting the font with composition to devour.

Nico Inosanto  is graphic designer that works mostly with type. Having a passion for typography, Nico spend much of his time making new typefaces. Make sure to follow his work on Behance .

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Credits

  • Cover printed by Spind
  • Intern page, HP Indigo, Z Studio
  • Binding by Olivier Molleyres, Neuchâtel
  • Cover: Malmero Bleu – 300g/m²
  • Intern: Rives Sentation Tradition Matt, bright white – 120g/m²
  • Printed in 10 copies

AoiroStudio
Jan 25, 2017

Source: Abduzeedo Editorial Design