Passport design isn’t usually something that gets people talking. That’s not the case with the new designs for Norwegian passports by studio Neue, which have been creating a lot of buzz over the last week.
The colourful, clean designs are based on Norway’s beautiful landscape. (Shining the main pages under UV light even adds the northern lights to the landscape!) Neue’s designs won a competition run by Norway’s National Police Directorate for redesigning Norway’s passport and national ID card. The unique designs definitely take passport design to a new level!
Take a look at more of Studio Neue’s work here.
Source: It’s Nice That & The Guardian
Something unusual landed on Bondi beach this month – a massive frying pan! Every year sculptures appear around Sydney’s coast as part of Sculpture by the Sea, which is a cool, annual exhibition promoting outdoor community art.
This year a quirky addition was Andrew Hankin’s ‘We’re Fryin’ Out Here’ – an installation of a massive frying pan on Bondi beach. The pan was placed on the sand for visitors to interact with and sunbathe in. The artist said the sculpture’s message was ‘be careful cooking yourself this summer’. The sculpture was one of over one hundred others placed along the coast this November. Check them out here.
Source: Design Boom
Lumino City is a beautifully crafted game that brims with creativity and already stole some hearts at our CAD studio. Amazingly, the whole set for the game was handmade from paper, card, wood, miniature lights and electric motors. The set was built as a model city–which was ten foot high!–before being digitised for the game. The game is a sequel to the popular puzzle adventure game Lume and is coming out this November for Windows and MacOS. Solving puzzles while exploring this unique city is sure to be an inspiring and exciting experience! We can’t wait!
Watch the trailer here:
For more information take a look at the Lumino City website.
Source: State of Play