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God, how I love it when one of my logo designs is actually brought to life through some form of animation. It really quite a buzz to see all that hard work actually coming to life.

My first logo animation was a brilliant promotional video for for Feedly, and now I'be just got my hands on a short segment of a promo video that shows my ADXPRS logo flying into shot.

 

ADXPRS Logo Evolution ADXPRS logo design by imjustcreative

 




Prepare yourself for a dazzling hair style by the leather jacket clad scarf wearing presenter—I would love to know what this presenter does now, and would love to see if he still has any hair. This video shows the way of a creative agency before pretty much everything we take for granted in our professional lives now.

From YouTube: Walter Landor, founder of Landor Associates, was interviewed by a journalist from KPIX (CBS) for the television show Evening Magazine. Sitting on the deck of the Klamath ferryboat (former headquarters of Landor Associates), with the San Francisco Bay in the background, Walter talks about the art of branding, working with clients, and even a little about himself. This historic video captures the magic of the man and provides a glimpse inside one of the most unusual office settings around.

Found on Branding/Identity/Design




There are no fatalities and no injuries. It's not what it first appears.

Link found on Redux




The Sequel of Designer vs Client

If you have not seen the first installment of this hilariously funny animation, then head to Designer vs Client first, then come back to watch this, the sequel.

I'm just splitting my sides here...

Credits

Thanks to Steve Campbell (@Debut_Steve) for the tweet which launched me to post on IJC.




On being a Graphic Designer at work

I can certainly relate to the lyrics in this song, thankfully, that was 5 years ago now. Now I just pity those poor unhappy Graphic Designers struggling with inept bosses and arrogant clients motivated on my pushy and desperate sales reps.

Found on http://nonstopnerds.com/blog/blog/input/motioninspiration/2723.html