Be Inspired! (By Everything) 18

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So it’s been over a month since the last Be Inspired, but it’s finally here; number 18. Hope you’ve all had a wonderful Christmas and New Year, though there is still plenty of 2011 left of course. Anyway I’ve been busy with a placement and enjoying the holidays but now I be able to resume regular posting. Anyway, enjoy this month’s collection.

Tristan Perich: 1-Bit Symphony

Tristan Perich’s 1-Bit Symphony is an electronic composition in five movements on a single microchip.” Love the simple beauty of it.

Hyperkit: Poetry Volumes

“We designed three slim volumes of poetry which bring together poems written by Kate Lyons over the last fifty years.”

SonntagsZeitung Campaign

Taking the metaphor of Russian dolls and using it in advertising, perfect way to show the ‘insight’ story.

Sean Yendrys: Soliloquies Anthology 13.1

“Book cover design by Sean Yendrys for Soliloquies Anthology, the literary journal of Concordia University, which features fiction and poetry from writers all across Canada.” /via Colossal

Mikey Burton: Division Of Labor

Division of Labor is a creative and strategic brand studio. They write, direct and produce content to promote brands across all media platforms.”

Krisna MacDonald: Humphrey Bow Ties

“From the velvety interior to the flashy gold exterior, Humphrey Bow Ties exists to promote charismatic accessories for the ideal gentleman. With four different styles and endless possibilities in patterns, this bow tie shaped box holds the geek-chic-iest neckwear imaginable. Here’s looking at you, kid.” /via Packaging of the World

Think Studio NYC: One Million

“The plan of the book is simple: two hundred pages; five thousand dots to a page. The result: one million dots. Notes that correspond to occasional numbers point out unusual and informative historical, political, anatomical and sociological information that add up to help the concept hit home.” /via FPO

Jorge Pineda

Not sure how to interpret this but in some way it’s quite chilling.

Paul Destieu: My Favourite Landscape

Making art out errors, guess Windows never expected it to become so synonymous with their operating systems though I don’t think you can make this effect any more in Windows 7. /via Booooooom!

Craig 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. Connect with him on Twitter.