Imagine the world of Pooh without all the endearing idiosyncracies. This poster drives home the point of our overmedicated society. I kind of think pharmaceutical companies have a little bit of a slanted agenda. Just a wee tiny bit. Created by Dan Meth.
Can't decide if you want to go for a jog or a take a bike for a spin? No problem - you can do both at once - at least according to Todd Kundla, who makes wacky mutant bikes like the above Shoe Bike. I'm guessing this is a good workout machine - it must take a lot more muscle to pedal this beast than any standard-issue bike. Photography by Jay Janner.
I love these nifty advertisments for 'new' life changing technologies. They'll shave off hours of letter writing a day and allow you to spend more time with your feet up doing sweet nothing. These ads were aparently created by agency Moma São Paulo.
Creative Director: Rodolfo Sampaio | Art Director: Marco Martins | Copywriter: Adriano Matos | Illustrator: 6B Studio (Published: July 2010)
prepared an infographic to dis all useless infographics.
Infographics (the art of turning raw, boring data into visually appealing displays and charts) has gained popularity in the last few years as a hot new frontier in graphic design (even though the craft itself is pretty old). It's easy to see why the technique is overused and in danger of being undervalued as a specialized form of graphic design.
Fueled by Coffee is the personal blog of Craighton Berman, a industrial designer and creative director at gravitytank in Chicago, IL. From time to time, Craighton puts up these sketches with loads of wry humor. Here are a few we thought were pretty awesome.