Brilliantly stripping away all the heritage and history of good playing card design, we've removed everything we could, The suits have been swapped for the printer's choice of ink: Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black, and the design on the back created from the kind of utilitiarian registration marks and checks usually never seen by the public.
Great tools inspire great ideas. Pencil is the most natural and expressive tool for getting ideas on Paper. Advanced technology meets beautiful design to keep you in the flow, without needing to switch tools. With Erase, Blend, and adaptive Palm Rejection, Pencil puts creative possibility in your hands.
There are too many “what if” questions in life and one of them is, what if Vespa came out with consumer good? The answer according to designers Rotimi Solola & Cait Miklasz, is the delightful Vespa Camera Concept. I love the Vespa design cues and the wonderful outcome. The translation of one typology to another is simply amazing. Kudos!
This concept for a Vespa Cam is so consistent with the design of the popular motorbike that it looks like it might have been pulled from the scooter's own body. Rotimi Solola and Cait Miklasz worked to give the digital camera the same sleek and curved contours, surface treatment and branding as the Vespa. If it were real, it would be a must-have gadget for all riders of that particular two-wheeled vehicle.
The rectangular form of the Vespa Cam was made quite thin in profile with a touchscreen viewfinder on the back and a discernible concave shaping to its front. This aerodynamic sculpting is reinforced by the ultra-smooth finish of the device, giving it the hi-gloss appearance of a freshly painted car.