10 Terrific Twitter Creations by Pepco

Election Invite

This collection of Twitter-based design was designed and created by New York based Pepco Studio. From original postcards, to T-shirts and a cushion, this set of images shows some serious creative talent. Using a new, refreshed Twitter bird to spearhead a majority of the design work, it’s quite an impressive selection to see. The image shown above is an election invite advertising ‘Twitter for President”. Take a look at the rest…

Twitter Design Postcard Image

Above: Twitter Design Postcard.

twitter creations Tee

Above: Designo French Twitter Tee.

India Blog Art

Above: India Blog Art.

SXSW Flyer

Above: SXSW Flyer.

Twitter Design Pillow image

Above: Twitter Design Pillow.

★ See also: The Psychotic Side of Twitter.

Twitter Employee Handbook

Above: Twitter Employee Handbook.

140th Employee Shirt

Above: 140th Employee Shirt.

From the Pepco studio site:

Pepco studio is the award-winning design and illustration of Philip E Pascuzzo. Accolades have been received from Graphis, Print, CMYK magazine, the New York Society of Illustrators, The New York Book Show, Readerville, American Photo, Association of American University Presses, and Faceoutbooks [read more].

twitter creations

Above: Twitter Sigg Designs.

German Blog Art Large

Above: German Blog Art. Credits: All images in this set are Copyright © Pepco Studio. Head over to their site for more original work. I love postcard printing and related design work─please check out the following posts…

6 Original Twitter Posters

Hot on the heels from the previous post Social Media Campaign Posters, here are a set of twitter posters for you. Yes, they’re unsurprisingly dominated by the colour blue—and very imaginative [ SEE MORE ].

Twitter poster

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Carpark Drenched in Color


Kindergarten Carpark image

Visual designers Craig and Karl have have painted a carpark in dazzling color as part of a creative Mural. It was created for the underground car park of a private residence in the city of Sydney, Australia. My first thoughts on these images was “Wow!, it’s like a Kindergarten Car Park”, but it’s much more than that. Drenched in color, this is simply amazing! They’ve managed to transform something mundane and grey into an attractive place to park.

Here’s some more info on Craig Redman and Karl Maier from their site:

Craig Redman and Karl Maier live on opposite sides of the world but collaborate daily to create bold work that is filled with simple messages executed in a thoughtful and often humorous way. They specialize in illustration and installation. [they] have exhibited across the world, most notably at the Musée de la Publicité, Louvre. They have worked on projects for clients like LVMH, Google, Nike, Apple, Vogue, Microsoft, Converse, MTV and The New York Times [read more].

Drenched in Color

Craig Karl car park image

Credits: All images in this set are Copyright © Craig and Karl. Please check out their fantastic site for more of their work. Also, Follow them on Facebook and Twitter.

A carpark of colour splashes

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★ Custom Printed Attire by MWM Graphics

Here’s a fantastic selection of custom printed attire by Matt W. Moore of MWM Graphics. I adore the use of colour and vitality in Matt’s designs. They sure do stand out! Above: Almond Surfboard [ SEE MORE ].

Almond Surfboard

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GlassBoy, a Clever Car Speed Reduction Ad

Glass boy

GlassBoy is a clever ad aimed at reducing car speed. It was created by Israel-based designer, Roni Kleiner, an experienced TV Commercial Director. He specialises in creating VFX and animation enriched commercials. This video is amazing, and is well worth a watch. It starts off by showing a boy who turns into glass, which acts as a metaphor for the fragile nature of children.

As can be seen in the screenshots I’ve posted, a car hits the glass-boy and he smashes to pieces when the car hits him at 40mph. The ad then shows what happens when the car hits the boy when only traveling at 30mph. Take a look at the short video at the end of this post…

Glass foot

Glassboy walking

Car smashing glass

glass on road

Broken glass leg

Shattered glass

Watch the Video of GlassBoy Below

Copyright © Glassboy from roni kleiner on Vimeo – screenshots taken from Vimeo Video. Director: Roni Kleiner. Check out the Roni Kleiner website, too.

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Glass Drink Cans

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A Smoke Detector Worthy of Twitter Fans

Chick-a-Dee Smoke Alarm

Dutch designer Louise van der Veld has design a smoke detector that mimics a bird on a branch. The Chick-a-Dee is a combination of life-saving technology and contemporary design. Instead of a standard alarm sound, it also sounds bird-like, too. Available in at least four colours, I’m sure Twitter fans and bird lovers alike will enjoy this unique take on a standard smoke alarm.

You can purchase on of these on the Chick-a-Dee site (this is Not an affiliate link). Found via Sherry Hankins via The Designer Pad.

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Twitter Clock

Funky Twitter Clock from Geekcook, which currently available via Infmetry.com [READ MORE].

Twitter Clock

Web and Social Media Sneakers

Check out these web and social media sneakers I recently discovered (well, “trainers” as known here in England). They’re just concepts, but wouldn’t it be great if these were actually produced? Above: Twitter Sneakers [link] [READ MORE].Twitter Sneakers image

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Threaded Art by Gabriel Dawe

threaded art 1

These stunning threaded art installations were created by the talented Gabriel Dawe. He uses coloured threads to ‘build’ clever artistic sculptures that are inspiring quite unique. They remind me a little of the outdoor sculptures of Melbourne Federation Square. Using threads that span the entire rainbow spectrum, these pieces look different depending on how light shines on them and the angle they are viewed from. Simply amazing, I’m sure you’ll agree. Check out the rest of the set…

Rainbow Threaded Art Gallery

Gabriel Dawe

rainbow threads

orange and purple threads

stairs art

rainbow art

Here an extract from Gabriel’s Bio:

Gabriel Dawe was born in Mexico City where he grew up surrounded by the intensity and color of Mexican culture. After working as a graphic designer, he moved to Montreal, Canada in 2000 following a desire to explore foreign land. In search for creative freedom he started experimenting and creating artwork, which eventually led him to explore textiles and embroidery—activities traditionally associated with women and which were forbidden for a boy growing up in Mexico. Because of this, his work is subversive of notions of masculinity and machismo that are so ingrained in his culture [ read more ].

rainbow streaks

Credits: All images within this set are Copyright © Gabriel Dawe. Please head over to his website, which showcases more of his incredible installation work.

Gabriel Dawe installation

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Car Atlas Rainbow image1

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Multicolored Rainbow House image

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Origami Peacocks image

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Origami Owl image 1

Above: Origami Owl.

Orgami Deer image

Above: Orgami Deer.

Credits: All images in this set are copyright © Mazakii. Check out the rest of the site too.

Origami Owls image

Above: Origami Owls

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paper art Typewriter image

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Outlandish LEGO Office. Sorry, It’s Not Built With Bricks!

Walkway slide

Take a good look at this outlandish LEGO Office by Rosan Bosch. This working environment is where LEGO designers can play, discuss and make new creations. Let’s face it, if grown-ups are expected to create toys for kids (well, adults like me, too), the office needs to be cool and inspiring! Check out the rest of the pics, including the floor plan and the giant slide. Above: Walkway slide and closed meeting booths.

LEGO Office Gallery

Lego Office

Above: LEGO Office show off podium for brick models.

Lego Office green walls

Above: Office photo in Anderssuneberg.

Lego Office meeting table and model tower image

Above: LEGO Office meeting table and model tower.

Lego Office walkway to sofa image

Above: Office walkway to a giant sofa.

Lego Office Schematics image

Above: LEGO Office Floor Plan Schematics.

Lego Office yellow table bar photo image

Above: Yellow table bar photo.

Credits: All images shown in the set are Copyright © Rosan Bosch & . Check out the Rosan Bosch site for more inspiring work. Photography by Anders Sune Berg. Found via Arch Daily. LEGO® is a trademark of LEGO Corp.

Giant lego man graphic and grass image

Above: Giant LEGO man graphic with grass.

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Paintbrush lego image

Very Clever M.C Escher Lego

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Escher lego

Lego Man Skeleton

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skeleton lego man

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Band-Aids Heal You From Ninja Fight & Dance-Off?

what happened bandages image

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If you ever have an accident Jousting, Ninja-Fighting or having a Dance-off, you know what you’ll need!

Credits: Found via Nikki Pilkington via Stacey Collins. If you know the Copyright © holder for this image, please let me know so I can attribute credit.

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Wonderful Woodcuts by Tugboat

Battlecrabs Woodcut image

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Big Bad Wolf Woodcut image

Above: Big Bad Wolf Woodcut.

Surf woodcut image

Above: Surf Woodcut.

Dreamboat Illustration

Above: Dreamboat Illustration.

Hammer Head Swarm

Above: Hammer Head Swarm.

Credits: All images are copyright © Tugboat Printshop. Please check out their site to purchase prints and see more of their work (this is Not an affiliate post).

Bonfire First Proof

Above: Bonfire.

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Japanimals and Monster Friends

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Japanimals illustration image

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Clever Car Atlas Rainbow

Car Atlas Rainbow image1

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Car Atlas Rainbow image 2

Credits: These tow images above are Copyright © David T.Waller via the Hampstead School Of Art. Please check out these sites for more work.

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