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Sneaker Porn Round Up

Three different approaches to making athletic footwear visually sexy by treating them as wearable sculptures and technological wonders, courtesy of the talented teams at ManvsMachine, Aggressive and Trollbäck. [Watch]

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Trollback Builds the NBC 2016 Olympics logo

In August 2016 South America plays Olympic host for the first time as the Games of the XXXI Olympiad
take over Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Take a quick peek at how the Trollback design crew built the logo for NBC’s promotion and coverage of the event. [Watch]

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Art&Graft: Boomerang Global Rebrand

London motion design studio Art&Graft unleash a torrent of frenetic, isometric fun for Boomerang, Turner Broadcasting’s cartoon classic network with an eye to “re-align the branding across territories and create a complementary channel to Cartoon Network, whilst establishing its own identity & personality.” [Watch]

Behind the Scenes: “Marco Polo” Title Sequence

Take a quick peek into the creative and technical process of Mill+ directors Ben Smith and Bryce Wymer as they conjure the Netflix “Marco Polo” titles with ink and vodka.

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Watch the finished titles here. [Watch]

Rafael Parra Toro: “POP ON OP” Kickstarter

Gotta love Brooklyn kinetic artist Rafael Parra Toro‘s interactive book project on Kickstarter called “POP ON OP,” 110 pages of hands-on, real-time, op-art fun for all ages. [Watch]

Faythe Levine and Sam Macon “SIGN PAINTERS”

By the looks of the trailer, typography fans and design nerds alike should find lots to love in the new “Sign Painters” doc directed by Faythe Levine and Sam Macon “showcasing the past, present and future of the hand painted sign in the USA.”

The film looks into the process and personalities of both industry legends and rising stars including Keith Knecht, Bob Dewhurst, Ira Coyne, Gary Martin and NY’s Colossal Media and is now available for rental/purchase online or community-driven screenings.

Enter discount code “typography” to take $1 off any version of the film purchased. [Watch]