Super funny subtitles done by the guys at Eat Your Kimchi.
Everyone and their grandmothers have made typographic posters using Helvetica and I thought it was about time I did as well. Anyone who’s watched the film Helvetica will know the history of the font and it’s ubiquitousness, as well as the ease it provides in making safe, reasonably good looking designs.
So I figured if using Helvetica was practising safe design, it’d be considered the condom of fonts. Hence the poster. Larger image after the jump.
My first real attempt at making a Super Mario World custom level. I used a tool called Lunar Magic and a SNES ROM file.
I wanted to design a rather compact level, but from what I can tell, there’s a limit to the number of sprites you can generate per screen and since the level I made consist of 3 screens, I needed to recycle most the sprites. You’ll see how I managed in the video.
Yeah, I got married earlier this year, and it was my job to make the invites. Our wedding wasn’t in any way a traditional one ( no walking down the isle, no groomsmen/bridesmaids etc. ) so I wanted the invite to reflect that a little. Sure, I love white and lots of it, but I wanted something different.
I like green, and my wife likes green, and our wedding was to be outdoors so green it was. I wanted it to have some feel of Josef Müller Brockmann in it so naturally I used Helvetica as the typeface. The figures were illustrated using Illustrator ( naturally ) and the grass and leaves were standard Photoshop brushes.
English on one side, Khmer on the other, printed on 300gsm matt cards.
I also designed an RSVP page for the guests, which made working out the numbers much easier.
2 more larger pictures of the invites after the jump.