Infographic: Fonts & Colors That Drive the World’s Top Brands
Masters of the Universe by Salvador Anguiano
When I was but a smaller Ian Brooks, I used to have grand wars with all my action figures, usually consisting of TMNT and all their meticulous variants, G.I. Joe’s, Star Wars, Batman, Dino-Riders, and various pro wrestling action figures all teaming up to take down my buddy’s 12” Mumm-Ra figure, but I’ll always have a He-Man-shaped hole in my heart due to the batshit crazy figures the show produced. They dont make ‘em like they used to, said nostalgia.
Artist: Behance / Website / Tumblr
Cinema Wastes by Fab Ciraolo
In the post-hipster cosmos of Fab Ciraolo, every pop culture icon from comic books to moviedom must be dragged in front of the firing squad of low-lighted modernity and assaulted with a fresh sheen of tattoos and indifference.
Artist: Blogspot / Twitter / Facebook / Previously!
Strange Attractors by Chaotic Atmospheres
The darkest art known as Chaos Theory is perfectly embodied in the form of its strange attractors: vast looping trajectories of variables that, when plotted, conjure gorgeous yet insidiously disruptive patterns. Chaotic Atmosphere’s Math: Rules series pays tribute to the beautiful form of chaos and its inevitable collapse of all our efforts to predict it.
Artist: Behance / DeviantArt / Twitter
Bubble Beasts is a line of hygiene products for kids. Each bottle or container has a unique monster that kids can associate with baths, brushing their teeth, or other hygiene routines to make them a more positive experience. The bright colors and big eyes are meant to attract the attention of both boys and girls under the age of 8. Bubble Beasts products are designed to look attractive enough on a bathroom counter or displayed proudly in a shower both to serve as a reminder for kids and fit in with the aesthetic of a bathroom.
Current hygiene products for kids are so overly decorated with characters kids already associate with their favorite TV and movies. These characters introduce a new set, specifically focused on hygiene and getting clean. The bottles are all small enough for kids to handle and are decorated with copy and product names to make kids laugh when they’re old enough to read.
Products: Hair Brush, Hair Gel, Shampoo, Conditioner, Detangling Spray, Hand Soap, Hand Sanitizer, Lotion, Body Wash, Bubble Bath, Mouth Wash, Flossers, Toothpaste.