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    Watch a life-size origami elephant come slowly to life in this video. It’s mesmerizing!

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    — 5 months ago
    #Red Peak  #art  #sculpture  #origami  #elephant 

    Clever Reebok ad featuring supermodel Amanda Kerr. Part of Reebok’s effort to position itself as a fitness brand.

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    — 6 months ago
    #Reebok  #fitness  #Branding  #Red Peak 

    Just a few weeks ago, The Type Directors Club declared Red Peak a Communications Winner for the clever mailer (shown above on top) created for Lisa Sanders Public Relations. Soon thereafter, the Art Directors Club awarded Red Peak a Bronze for the Free Arts identity system (stationary pictured below), launched in November of 2013 to great acclaim.

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    — 6 months ago with 2 notes
    #design  #Branding  #awards  #Typography  #free arts  #lspr 

    A Japanese designer created a new line of eyeglasses inspired by two of the world’s most famous fonts.

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    — 6 months ago with 6 notes
    #glasses  #frames  #fonts  #Type  #Japan  #design 

    Designed by British sculptor Anish Kapoor and Japanese architect Arata Isozaki, the portable balloon-like purple structure known as Ark Nova is home to an annual two-week music festival that travels across the northeastern region of Japan devastated by the 2011 tsunami.

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    — 7 months ago with 3 notes
    #Architecture  #Japan  #philanthropy  #music  #festival  #tsunami  #innovation 

    RescuTime monitors how much time you spend browsing certain websites and using certain programs during the workday. Says creator Robby Macdonell, “I could usually remember some things I did, but trying to account for a full eight hours always ended up with a bunch of blank spots.” 

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    — 7 months ago
    #Red Peak  #app  #design  #innovation  #digital 

    These simple print ads will restore your faith in the power of advertising.

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    — 8 months ago with 4 notes
    #Red Peak  #Illustration  #advertising  #reading  #books 

    This fun clip created by Red Peak’s talented designer Joon Cho chronicles our Movember participation. 

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    — 9 months ago
    #Red Peak  #design  #video  #movember  #agencies  #mustache 
    And thus concludes another Movember at Red Peak. Great job, fellas! 

    And thus concludes another Movember at Red Peak. Great job, fellas! 

    — 9 months ago with 1 note
    #Red Peak  #Movember  #Beards  #mustaches  #American Cancer Society  #men's health  #nyc 

    Another great write-up for the A to Z Project in Creative Review. 

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    — 9 months ago with 1 note
    #Red Peak  #free arts  #AtoZProject  #design  #art  #Branding  #education 

    The A to Z Project, released to the public just last week, is featured in Fast Company today. 

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    — 9 months ago
    #Red Peak  #design  #art  #free arts  #education  #branding  #atozproject  #nyc 

    Last night Red Peak celebrated the official launch of the A to Z Project for Free Arts NYC, a nonprofit organization that helps bring art into the lives of underserved kids. 

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    — 9 months ago
    #Red Peak  #free arts  #alphabet 

    Auto Aerobics, a series of stretched and interlinked classic cars by UK-based illustrator Chris Labrooy, will stretch your mind.

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    — 9 months ago with 11 notes
    #design  #Illustration  #3d  #Red Peak  #product design  #Cars  #vintage 

    Let’s be honest, helmets are annoying. And ugly. Not to mention essential if you care about your brain.

    Leave it to those dashing Swedes to come up with an ingenious solution. 

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    — 9 months ago
    #Red Peak  #design  #innovation  #helmet  #sweden  #Hovding 

    You’ll never look at a glass the same way after watching Glas, the Academy Award winning documentary short by Dutch filmmaker, Bert Haanstra.

    Made in 1959, the film captures the artistry of glass blowing in contrast to mechanized bottle making – in theory, a more productive method, but as Haanstra reveals, not necessarily.

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    — 9 months ago with 4 notes
    #Red Peak  #video  #glass blowing  #art  #mechanization  #bert haanstra