Craig Baldwin is a graduate graphic designer from the Winchester School of Art with a keen interest in print and publishing as well as blogging and web design. I can be found on Twitter as well.

The twelfth edition of Be Inspired was almost a video special as most of the things I’d bookmarked were brilliant animations. But a little bit of print and web design wrestled its way in as well. Hope you enjoy.

Dentsu London: iPad Light Painting

“This film explores playful uses for the increasingly ubiquitous ‘glowing rectangles’ that inhabit the world.” Very clever use of stop motion and iPad video playback.

Friends Of Mighty: Lost World’s Fair

Three websites have been designed as showcase piece for Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 9 Beta that’s just been released. Of course they work just as well in over modern browsers and feature excellent design, especially the second one (pictured above) in my opinion.

Kitchen: Yui Onodera, Tamaru

Tri-fold album case design for two music acts. Linked to the site I found it on because the studio’s website is some music playing Flash monster.

Muscle Beaver: How Your Money Works

I don’t necessarily agree with the message of the animation but the animation itself is beautiful.

Bless Design: Tick Tock

“Promotional book showcasing the best print and TV work from JWT worldwide agencies, 2007-08. For JWT London.”

FLA: Nike Sportswear

I’m no expect but I’m pretty sure in football you’re not allowed to cut players in half, anyway, brilliant animation here.

Nobrow: Said The Computer To The Specialist

“With his first publication for Nobrow Small Press, Said The Computer To The Specialist, Thomas Rowe illustrates a world of austere clarity, where analogue machines and old office practises are giving in to the advent of the super computer and the dawn of the technological age.”

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