Check out this Angry Birds x Disney’s Three Little Pigs mashup that tries to tell the story of the protests afflicting the Middle East and North Africa. The three big pigs are Tunisian ex-president Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, Egyptian ex-president Muhammad Hosni Sayyid Mubarak and Libyan leader Muammar Muhammad al-Gaddafi. No word if there are bonus points if you can find the golden eggs.
Monthly Archives: March 2011
Reign Training Center recently had its one year anniversary and held a party with a full day of events to celebrate. The day included demos, raffles, autograph signings, a poker tournament and a UFC Fight Night viewing. Check out the pics!
We recently had the opportunity to work on a new logo for Team Munoz, the team behind UFC Middleweight Mark Munoz. It was a challenge that we gladly took head on. The feedback has been overwhelmingly positive so far, and we thought we’d share how we were able to come up with a new mark for the team behind “The Filipino Wrecking Machine”.
After its release in December 2008, Google Chrome has quickly risen to be the one of the favorite browsers around. The new logo loses its 3D rendering and opts for the more sophisticated 2D version thus ending the original logo’s comparisons to Simon and a PokeBall. The shading/lighting feels a little off, but at least it doesn’t look like a Brazilian Tron soccer ball.
As more news unfold regarding the earthquake and subsequent tsunami that devastated parts of Japan, designers have responded in the best way that they know. The pieces below are a collection of prints, shirts, etc. that designers have created (and in nearly all cases, are donating 100% of the profits) to help Japan.
A previously unreleased Nintendo ad for Super Gameboy that never made its way to TV has recently surfaced online. It features graffiti artists creating Gameboy-themed murals in walls in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Wu-Tang’s RZA and the late Ol’ Dirty Bastard provide the voiceover over a Prince Paul (of De La Soul and Gravediggaz) beat no less.
In the 1920s and 1930s, Japan embraced new forms of graphic design as waves of social change swept across the nation. This collection of posters, magazine covers and advertisements offer a glimpse at some of the prevailing tendencies in a society transformed by the growth of modern industry and technology, the popularity of Western art and culture, and the emergence of leftist political thought.
More exciting branding news this week as Starbucks unveiled their new identity on the day of their 40th anniversary. As always, Brand New has the inside scoop on the roll out: