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Ever wonder why you fridge makes that noise? Do you need to quickly find out where the rattle or the bleep is coming from? Apparently Electrolux has had that problem in the past, and decided to do something about it. … Continue reading
It’s spring (at last)! And to celebrate the season of new youthful energy, Tom Gauld created a nice cover for theÂ New Yorker featuring all the sounds that spring to mind, from bird sounds to Vivaldi. If you click through to … Continue reading
Using only samples from Peanuts and Mafalda strips, and speech bubbles from the latter, Vincente JosÃ© created a new comic that reveals both Quino’s and Schulz’s main characters to be rather unpleasant little brats, with Charlie Brown laughing at Mafalda … Continue reading
Swiss-Belgian visual artist Niklaus RÃ¼egg loves to mix visual arts with the real world. With his real-life captioned comic panels quiet landscapes or street corners suddenly transform in a dynamic episode in a comic story. Even though nothing may actually … Continue reading
It’s been quite a while since I saw a bonafide ad campaign featuring classic comic heroes, but this one really fits the bill. The Association France Alzheimer wanted to alert people to be aware of the early symptoms of the … Continue reading
If you could see what the others would like to do to you, you’d surround yourself safely with concrete too. That’s what these ads for Al Sabeh Cement seem to be saying. It had been a while since I last … Continue reading
This poster for Amnesty International has been out for a while now, but I only came across it today. I like the way the speech bubble’s shape is transformed into something very tangible, and fearsome.
Here’s a cool idea – a picture frame that is designed to look like a page from a comic book, presenting your photo’s as a story.Â It even comes with reusable speech bubble stickers and a pen to add dialogue … Continue reading
Speech bubbles galore on this concept for a line of snack products from Russian studio Hattomonkey, as presented on The Die Line.Â And they’ve got a Batman Strawberry Drink to boot ! (thanks, EclecticBox)