Archive for September, 2010

Edge and Barrett poster competition 0

Another week, another competition for you lucky people. This week the kind folks at branding and design agency Edge and Barrett are giving a way a set of their Visit The East posters that capture three iconic landmarks of London’s creative heart.

If you fancy the chance to get your hands on a set of Visit The East posters then tweet us an @formfiftyfive reply with ‘Please can I have a set of Visit The East Posters FFF #FFFvisiteast’ or something similarly creative (as long as its @formfiftyfive and has the hash tag #FFFvisiteast your entry will be counted) or email us with ‘Please can I have a set of Visit The East Posters FFF’ in the subject line to win@formfiftyfive.com

The competition closes at 11:59 GMT on Monday 27th September 2010. We’ll pick a name out at random entry  from email and twitter submissions shortly after closing date and announce the winner on FormFiftyFive. The lucky winner will be contacted once they’ve been picked out of the entries ahead of announcing the winner on the site. Depending how the winner has entered, we’ll be in contact via Twitter or email for postal details. If we’re unable to get in contact with the 1st choice and receive a response within 3 days then the 2nd choice will be contacted and so on. The competition is open to UK residents only, and multiple entries by Twitter only please.

However if you can’t stand the thought of not winning a copy though you can buy a set direct from Edge and Barrett by contacting them via email.
Best of luck.

Originally posted at FormFiftyFive.com

FormFiftyFive showcases the best in design and visual communications from around the world. I’m a regular contributor to FFF. For more juicy design goodness head over to www.formfiftyfive.com

Chillout Sessions XII / Collider 0

Aussie agency Collider have done a brilliant job designing MOS Chillout Sessions XII album artwork and corresponding commercials.  Capturing the hip, relaxing chic of 1950-80’s California, through stunning photography of miniaturised scenes. Photographed at a macro level and filmed using slow dolly moves, the shallow depth of field and static figures freezes time giving you the chance to imagine the depth of the scene. Above all it looks pretty damn good to. I just hope that UK releases of MOS records were more like this, with less of a need to stick a bloody big MOS logo in 3D everywhere.

If you’ve never come across Collider either, there folio is definitely worth a butchers.

Originally posted at FormFiftyFive.com

FormFiftyFive showcases the best in design and visual communications from around the world. I’m a regular contributor to FFF. For more juicy design goodness head over to www.formfiftyfive.com