Visual Contraband
Design and Visual Culture as observed by a graphic design student

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Visual Contraband
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beben-eleben:

Coca-Cola Invents 16 Bottle Caps To Give Second Lives To Empty Bottles [x]

This is what I’m talking about when I mention design life cycles. Nice one Coke!
beben-eleben:

Coca-Cola Invents 16 Bottle Caps To Give Second Lives To Empty Bottles [x]

This is what I’m talking about when I mention design life cycles. Nice one Coke!
beben-eleben:

Coca-Cola Invents 16 Bottle Caps To Give Second Lives To Empty Bottles [x]

This is what I’m talking about when I mention design life cycles. Nice one Coke!
beben-eleben:

Coca-Cola Invents 16 Bottle Caps To Give Second Lives To Empty Bottles [x]

This is what I’m talking about when I mention design life cycles. Nice one Coke!
beben-eleben:

Coca-Cola Invents 16 Bottle Caps To Give Second Lives To Empty Bottles [x]

This is what I’m talking about when I mention design life cycles. Nice one Coke!
beben-eleben:

Coca-Cola Invents 16 Bottle Caps To Give Second Lives To Empty Bottles [x]

This is what I’m talking about when I mention design life cycles. Nice one Coke!
beben-eleben:

Coca-Cola Invents 16 Bottle Caps To Give Second Lives To Empty Bottles [x]

This is what I’m talking about when I mention design life cycles. Nice one Coke!
beben-eleben:

Coca-Cola Invents 16 Bottle Caps To Give Second Lives To Empty Bottles [x]

This is what I’m talking about when I mention design life cycles. Nice one Coke!
beben-eleben:

Coca-Cola Invents 16 Bottle Caps To Give Second Lives To Empty Bottles [x]

This is what I’m talking about when I mention design life cycles. Nice one Coke!
beben-eleben:

Coca-Cola Invents 16 Bottle Caps To Give Second Lives To Empty Bottles [x]

This is what I’m talking about when I mention design life cycles. Nice one Coke!
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hypebeast:

RONE Murial on 80 Colin Street, Melbourne
Photo: Tony Owczarek
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mpdrolet:

Ben Thomas

Perfection.
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trendgraphy:

Ocean Blue by Mik Creative Mints
trendgraphy:

Ocean Blue by Mik Creative Mints
trendgraphy:

Ocean Blue by Mik Creative Mints
trendgraphy:

Ocean Blue by Mik Creative Mints
trendgraphy:

Ocean Blue by Mik Creative Mints
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birdasaurus:

bread and butter
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weissesrauschen:

Ulla Rauter
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Everything I ever want from my life…
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typeworship:

Comic Sans For Cancer
Earlier this week I went along to the opening of the Comic Sans for Cancer exhibition inspired by the 20th anniversary of type designer, Vincent Connare’s clownish typeface.
Around 200 designs from 34 countries were invited to illustrate what the typeface means to them. Posters, featuring the typeface ‘everybody loves to hate’, were are being sold to raise money for Cancer Research UK.
Due to the character of the typeface combined with of the subject matter, the excellent collection of designs lean toward the quirky and amusing. London based, Vincent Connare was at the event and giving it his full support, signing books and copies of the poster that that he’d submitted (featuring his normally placid cat, above).
Comic Sans for Cancer. Until 24th August 2014, The Proud Archivist London
typeworship:

Comic Sans For Cancer
Earlier this week I went along to the opening of the Comic Sans for Cancer exhibition inspired by the 20th anniversary of type designer, Vincent Connare’s clownish typeface.
Around 200 designs from 34 countries were invited to illustrate what the typeface means to them. Posters, featuring the typeface ‘everybody loves to hate’, were are being sold to raise money for Cancer Research UK.
Due to the character of the typeface combined with of the subject matter, the excellent collection of designs lean toward the quirky and amusing. London based, Vincent Connare was at the event and giving it his full support, signing books and copies of the poster that that he’d submitted (featuring his normally placid cat, above).
Comic Sans for Cancer. Until 24th August 2014, The Proud Archivist London
typeworship:

Comic Sans For Cancer
Earlier this week I went along to the opening of the Comic Sans for Cancer exhibition inspired by the 20th anniversary of type designer, Vincent Connare’s clownish typeface.
Around 200 designs from 34 countries were invited to illustrate what the typeface means to them. Posters, featuring the typeface ‘everybody loves to hate’, were are being sold to raise money for Cancer Research UK.
Due to the character of the typeface combined with of the subject matter, the excellent collection of designs lean toward the quirky and amusing. London based, Vincent Connare was at the event and giving it his full support, signing books and copies of the poster that that he’d submitted (featuring his normally placid cat, above).
Comic Sans for Cancer. Until 24th August 2014, The Proud Archivist London
typeworship:

Comic Sans For Cancer
Earlier this week I went along to the opening of the Comic Sans for Cancer exhibition inspired by the 20th anniversary of type designer, Vincent Connare’s clownish typeface.
Around 200 designs from 34 countries were invited to illustrate what the typeface means to them. Posters, featuring the typeface ‘everybody loves to hate’, were are being sold to raise money for Cancer Research UK.
Due to the character of the typeface combined with of the subject matter, the excellent collection of designs lean toward the quirky and amusing. London based, Vincent Connare was at the event and giving it his full support, signing books and copies of the poster that that he’d submitted (featuring his normally placid cat, above).
Comic Sans for Cancer. Until 24th August 2014, The Proud Archivist London
typeworship:

Comic Sans For Cancer
Earlier this week I went along to the opening of the Comic Sans for Cancer exhibition inspired by the 20th anniversary of type designer, Vincent Connare’s clownish typeface.
Around 200 designs from 34 countries were invited to illustrate what the typeface means to them. Posters, featuring the typeface ‘everybody loves to hate’, were are being sold to raise money for Cancer Research UK.
Due to the character of the typeface combined with of the subject matter, the excellent collection of designs lean toward the quirky and amusing. London based, Vincent Connare was at the event and giving it his full support, signing books and copies of the poster that that he’d submitted (featuring his normally placid cat, above).
Comic Sans for Cancer. Until 24th August 2014, The Proud Archivist London
typeworship:

Comic Sans For Cancer
Earlier this week I went along to the opening of the Comic Sans for Cancer exhibition inspired by the 20th anniversary of type designer, Vincent Connare’s clownish typeface.
Around 200 designs from 34 countries were invited to illustrate what the typeface means to them. Posters, featuring the typeface ‘everybody loves to hate’, were are being sold to raise money for Cancer Research UK.
Due to the character of the typeface combined with of the subject matter, the excellent collection of designs lean toward the quirky and amusing. London based, Vincent Connare was at the event and giving it his full support, signing books and copies of the poster that that he’d submitted (featuring his normally placid cat, above).
Comic Sans for Cancer. Until 24th August 2014, The Proud Archivist London
typeworship:

Comic Sans For Cancer
Earlier this week I went along to the opening of the Comic Sans for Cancer exhibition inspired by the 20th anniversary of type designer, Vincent Connare’s clownish typeface.
Around 200 designs from 34 countries were invited to illustrate what the typeface means to them. Posters, featuring the typeface ‘everybody loves to hate’, were are being sold to raise money for Cancer Research UK.
Due to the character of the typeface combined with of the subject matter, the excellent collection of designs lean toward the quirky and amusing. London based, Vincent Connare was at the event and giving it his full support, signing books and copies of the poster that that he’d submitted (featuring his normally placid cat, above).
Comic Sans for Cancer. Until 24th August 2014, The Proud Archivist London
typeworship:

Comic Sans For Cancer
Earlier this week I went along to the opening of the Comic Sans for Cancer exhibition inspired by the 20th anniversary of type designer, Vincent Connare’s clownish typeface.
Around 200 designs from 34 countries were invited to illustrate what the typeface means to them. Posters, featuring the typeface ‘everybody loves to hate’, were are being sold to raise money for Cancer Research UK.
Due to the character of the typeface combined with of the subject matter, the excellent collection of designs lean toward the quirky and amusing. London based, Vincent Connare was at the event and giving it his full support, signing books and copies of the poster that that he’d submitted (featuring his normally placid cat, above).
Comic Sans for Cancer. Until 24th August 2014, The Proud Archivist London
typeworship:

Comic Sans For Cancer
Earlier this week I went along to the opening of the Comic Sans for Cancer exhibition inspired by the 20th anniversary of type designer, Vincent Connare’s clownish typeface.
Around 200 designs from 34 countries were invited to illustrate what the typeface means to them. Posters, featuring the typeface ‘everybody loves to hate’, were are being sold to raise money for Cancer Research UK.
Due to the character of the typeface combined with of the subject matter, the excellent collection of designs lean toward the quirky and amusing. London based, Vincent Connare was at the event and giving it his full support, signing books and copies of the poster that that he’d submitted (featuring his normally placid cat, above).
Comic Sans for Cancer. Until 24th August 2014, The Proud Archivist London