Aye! Inspiration #2

Landscape Photography by Derek Kind

Mixing two passions of mine, the outdoors, and Photography. Derek Kind’s photos look ace.

Aye! Inspiration – Derek Kind

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David Bowie stamps

Last week the Royal Mail announced they are releasing some stamps featuring the legend that is David Bowie. The designs will be of his most famous album covers, and if you look closely they’ve got a funky little vinyl popping out. Nice!

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Juventus rebrand

I’m not really a massive football fan these days, but back in the day, I used to love Juventus (favourite player was Edgar Davids). The recent Juventus rebrand really stands out to me. I think it’s a brave move. I can imagine it being a tough thing to do with football clubs, as fans wear the badge with pride and are so passionate about their club. Thinking about it though Juventus’s badge has never stood out from the crowd. What has always been iconic for them, throughout the club history is their stripes. So amplifying the stripe idea works with me, it’s completely different from all the other clubs, and is individual to Juventus. The rebrand is to support ambitious growth plans for the club. It will be interesting to see what happens…

Juventus Rebrand

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Rarely seen images of Muhammad Ali

Muhammad Ali, for me, has always been a big inspiration, an unforgettable character and a true storyteller. These images capture key moments of his life as a boxer.

Muhammed Ali Photography

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Mozilla rebrand

When a company rebrands, there is always going to be mixed opinions on it. Rebrands can be a touchy subject, and especially with the rise of social media – when people don’t like it, they reach for Twitter and start the abuse. What really stood out to me about this rebrand, done by London-based studio Johnson Banks, was the fact that they documented the branding process online. Mozilla and Johnson Banks were transparent about the process, they documented everything on the web – from how they were worked together, the strategy and early design ideas. I must admit, this got me a little nervous, as showing early, rough ideas to the world was bound to cause an uproar and get people talking (mainly designers). With Mozilla being an organisation who believe in sharing ideas and content – this is a really clever idea I reckon. It’s got a lot of people talking about it – but more importantly helped Mozilla create more awareness about the rebrand. It’s also a campaign that brings to life their values and purpose.

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