Remarkable Intricate Sculptures Shown in Museum Ads

These intricate sculptures shown on this set of museum ads are simply superb. They were created for the Cité Museum in Paris, France. I’m not sure whether they are actual carving or 3D renderings, but the whole look and concept is great…

Cathedral Carved into a Stone Block

Intricate Sculptures - this one shows a Cathedral Carved into a Stone Block

Factory Hewn into a Red Brick

Intricate Sculptures - this one shows a Building Hewen into a red Brick

Intricate Sculpture of Building Carved into a Section of Wooden Log

Intricate Sculptures - this one shows a Building Carved into a Section of Wooden Log


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Metallic Ink in Water and Cotton Candy Punch: Design Inspiration #7

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Welcome to Design Soak’s Design Inspiration #7. In this new round of sheer inspiration, we have the infamous Chewy from StarWars, cotton candy party punch, an adorable miniature octopus, a London Underground Tube poster, Moleskine Sketches by Catie Cook and Metallic Ink in water by Albert SevesoIl! Enjoy…

design inspiration - Geo landscape

design inspiration - London Underground tube poster

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Kinetic Type Numbers of Tape Type. Totally True!

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There’s not much to write about this project, but one thing is for sure. These type poster work is bold, great to look at and has a stunning retro feel. It’s creators, DSORDER & Xevi Polo say it’s “Tape Type” demonstrating number typography and kinetic numbers with Illustration & Design.

See also: Stunning Mechanical Art from Chromatic Typewriter.

And yes, did you like my title “Kinetic Type Numbers of Tape Type. Totally True!” It’s quite a tongue-twister. If you check out the original posting of this work, you’ll see this type in an animated state, too…

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City Posters Show Tall Buildings in London and New York

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Dublin-based Studio Me&Him&You, founded by Peter Dillon and Ronan O’Gara, created these simple and minimalist set of city posters. Each design shows a major city, and displays the tallest buildings (which are also the most recognisable in each one).

See also: Goodnight Hong Kong, London, New York, Sydney.

Transport for London Posters that Morphs 3D Type with Trains

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This visually-stunning set of posters was created by designer and illustrator, Chris LaBrooy. Designed in conjunction with M&C Saatchi in London, the purpose of these posters is to convey upcoming travel fare charges on the London rail, tube and bus networks.

SEE ALSO: London Underground Tube Tent.

I just love the way that the 3D typography blends right into the vehicles, which is the whole point of the designs in the first place. Wouldn’t it be cool if actual working models of these travelled around the city, though?


Gallery: Transport for London Posters

2014 3D typogrpahy

Train fares 3D text

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