Check out this amazing illustrations from Marcus Reed Prints, suitable for Adidas fans worldwide!
The iconic three stripes have been incorporated into these famous buildings.
Looking for a simple, yet addictive game to while away your time while doing nothing on your desktop? Instead of watching YouTube, try playing Mini Metro by DinoPoloClub. Just connect the dots on your screen and transfer the various shapes as you would on the Tube, the Underground, the Metro, the MTR, the MRT and etc. Once every week, there will be available upgrades in the form of extra lines, bigger stations and tunnels. Make your choice and try to beat the game.
You lose the game when the waiting time is too long or that you failed to connect one of the stations. The number on the bottom right corner is the number of successful transfers, or you could say that’s your points total. There’s only one thing bad about this game, it is a game that’s design to make sure you lose.
If you’re really really interested, you could pre-order the game. The developers are trying to market the game on all platforms.
Check out this collection from Simon Sek — Cliché Sur Seine.
That is so typical of the place, since Châtelet is basically a transportation hub with multiple Métro interchanges and the train lines.
Having travelled extensively for the last two years, including a couple of international flights, rushing through train stations and seeing enough of the mumbo-jumbo tickets in my hands, it was time that someone did a redesign from the ground up. I think this article by Wired highlights the reasons why we must do away with the old and embrace the new, be they boarding passes or train tickets.
Check out this and a few other minimalistic football club logos by Manara Arts.
This would be a nice addition to my dream house! Getting a set of places that the family have been to and hanging them up!
Flight Tag Prints by Neil Stevens on behance.net