Patrick Kirwan

OK Go

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OK Go

Very creative music video!

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clean identity

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ampersand

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Brushed aluminum & oiled walnut. Nice.

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bulletproof

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A cool showreel from Bulletproof.

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Food & Type – there’s nothing sweeter!

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I’ve been subscribed to Jamie Magazine for 2 years now and can’t believe I haven’t posted about it yet! It brings together my 2 passions in life: Food & Type. There are many areas of design that I love but to work on food related design would be amazing. Anything from food packaging to recipe books. My dream job would be to work for Jamie Oliver. Maybe one day … there’s no harm in dreaming!

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‘The State Of’

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A very nice bit of infographics by JESS3 showcasing Wikipedia’s milestones over the past 10 years!

The State of Wikipedia

 

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Mapping London

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I recently came across this map of London in a little shop in Brighton. It’s beautifully designed by Seagull’s Eye.

 

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I slept, ran, browsed, ate, sat, drank, saw

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Party, Pain, Predictions

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Designed a poster for three short plays, based on the theme of sinister comedy which are being performed this week at Tutu’s, King’s College London Students’ Union.

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All made up

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There’s a popular online CD cover game – where you create CD artwork from randomly selected pieces of information generated on Wikipedia. You have no control over the band name, album title or image. The other day I gave myself 25mins to create something with the following information: Artist/band name – Diggers Rest // Album title – We wake in despair // and an image (which I tweaked in Photoshop). Here’s the result:

 

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