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That was me the entire semester

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zackisontumblr:

what do you mean you can’t hang out i showered for this 

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youxth:

my camera roll is full of pink sunsets

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heathwest:

Tomás Saraceno
Poetic Cosmos of the Breath, 2007

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alaina:

Probably [the most challenging piece I designed] was the hotel’s local newspaper, the Trans-Alpine Yodel (above), as there were so many issues with so many different stories, and each one had to be typeset with new articles and weather reports and dates. It was the first piece I worked on with Wes when I arrived in Germany, so this was the prop that I cut my teeth on. I really got a feeling for his fastidiousness on this one - we must have gone through almost 40 different page layouts until he was happy to shoot it! I also had to think about the aspect ratios he was shooting, too, as they were different for the different time periods in the movie, and he wanted the newspaper columns to fit nicely within the frame of each of them. Wes wrote all the newspaper articles himself - not just articles to accompany the main headlines, but the surrounding ones too. On screen, you only get a chance to read the headlines, of course, but the stories are so Wes and so funny. I think he had fun with this one.

Designing for The Grand Budapest Hotel,  an interview with Annie Atkins

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crispysix50design:

As expected Wes Anderson’s new film The Grand Budapest Hotel is a visually arresting cinematic experience. A highlight of the film is all of the handmade graphic elements ranging from title screens to perfume bottles. Check out this awesome interview with Annie Atkins, the chief graphic designer for the film http://www.nylonmag.com/articles/the-grand-budapest-hotel-graphic-design-annie-atkins

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getyourasi-on:

Annie Atkins: designing for the Grand Budapest Hotel
via: creativereview

getyourasi-on:

Annie Atkins: designing for the Grand Budapest Hotel

via: creativereview

captainsunbeam:

Annie Atkins:

Last year I spent a very snowy winter on the German-Polish border, as the lead graphic designer on Wes Anderson’s Grand Budapest Hotel. Working with Wes and his production designer Adam Stockhausen, we created all the graphic props and set-pieces for the State of Zubrowka – a fictitious European country set between the Wars. After we finished shooting I came back to Dublin and worked remotely with Wes on the poster and the titles.

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varnishisapowerfulliquid:

The Real Art Handler…

varnishisapowerfulliquid:

The Real Art Handler…

mymovieyourmovie:

The Royal Tenenbaums (2001)

mymovieyourmovie:

The Royal Tenenbaums (2001)

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unclefather:

this is what our tax dollars pay for

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upgraders:

unclefather:

this is what our tax dollars pay for

good

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designed-for-life:

Because polyurethane paint becomes all but useless after it is mixed with its reactive components, every day huge amounts of it are simply discarded, ending up in dumps. An Israeli product designer decided to put all this wasted paint to use in his home country and in doing so has developed methods for collecting and processing it to create beautiful objects and furniture - while of course doing the environment a huge favour!

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