Diseños by Sebastien CUYPERS


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Sebastien CUYPERS is a french graphic designer and illustrator based in Paris, France. Born in 1980 and got used to drawing from early childhood on, in his works typography adds to the motif to make it complete but at the same time acts as an autonomous and stand-alone feature of the layout. He handles letters like characters, allowing for their own and strong expression.

CUYPERS designs are not bound to one single medium, he is working as a graphic designer for a communication agency as well as designing for skateboards and customizing vinyl toys. Besides that he has a particular affinity to T-Shirt design which he calls his first love. He likes the way shirts are transmitting a message or a mood according to place and situation and sees an artist designed shirt as a kind of living support for self-expression.

 

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Spotting the Gorilla in the Room

by Sarah Firisen | Global Human Capital, PwC

While attending a company training seminar a couple of years ago, I was part of a group shown a video. The video showed six people – three in white shirts and three in black shirts-passing basketballs around. We were asked to keep a silent count of the number of passes made by the people in white shirts. At the end of the video we were asked what our counts were. We were then asked how many of us had seen the gorilla walk into the frame, stand there, pound his chest and then walk off; along with about half the group, I hadn’t seen the gorilla. Those of us who hadn’t seen the gorilla, didn’t believe it had been there. In fact, showing increasing skepticism, we were convinced that we were the victims of an elaborate prank. We were shown the video again, and the presenters swore it was the same video, and what do you know, a gorilla walked through the scene.


by Sarah Firisen | Global Human Capital, PwC

While attending a company training seminar a couple of years ago, I was part of a group shown a video. The video showed six people – three in white shirts and three in black shirts-passing basketballs around. We were asked to keep a silent count of the number of passes made by the people in white shirts. At the end of the video we were asked what our counts were. We were then asked how many of us had seen the gorilla walk into the frame, stand there, pound his chest and then walk off; along with about half the group, I hadn’t seen the gorilla. Those of us who hadn’t seen the gorilla, didn’t believe it had been there. In fact, showing increasing skepticism, we were convinced that we were the victims of an elaborate prank. We were shown the video again, and the presenters swore it was the same video, and what do you know, a gorilla walked through the scene. Leer más “Spotting the Gorilla in the Room”

Announcing The Business Insider T-Shirt Contest

Update: Lots of great entries already and lots of time left to enter. Good Luck!

OK, witty readers, here’s your chance to show how clever you are: help us create Business Insider T-shirts!

In July, we are opening a store on Zazzle.com. To stock it with great T-shirts, we are launching a reader contest. We will create a T-shirt with the best tag line for each Business Insider vertical:

* Silicon Alley Insider (Startups and tech)
* Clusterstock (Wall Street)
* The Money Game (Econ and Policy)
* War Room (Management)
* The Wire (Media)

The submission should be under 75 characters and contain no proper names of people, businesses, etc. and no (excessive) profanity. The tag line can be ironic, madcap, or just plain funny.


T-sirt design contestUpdate: Lots of great entries already and lots of time left to enter. Good Luck!

OK, witty readers, here’s your chance to show how clever you are: help us create Business Insider T-shirts!

In July, we are opening a store on Zazzle.com. To stock it with great T-shirts, we are launching a reader contest. We will create a T-shirt with the best tag line for each Business Insider vertical:

The submission should be under 75 characters and contain no proper names of people, businesses, etc. and no (excessive) profanity. The tag line can be ironic, madcap, or just plain funny. Leer más “Announcing The Business Insider T-Shirt Contest”

9 Most Amusing Twitter Greeting Cards | Online Media Gazette


With the rapid growth of Twitter, naturally there’ll be a slew of slogan t-shirt and witty e-greeting card companies on the Web to ride on this wave. One particular company, Someecards, caught my attention for their personification of our social media addictions, especially to Twitter.

The most interesting bit about the cards produced from this site, is the direct relation to the power users on Twitter, along with past-century advertising images. We hope that you find these cards amusing as we did!

1. Lent


2. Cry For Help


3. Encouragement


4. Earth Day


5. Thinking Of You


6. Breakup


7. Flirting


8. College


9. TGIF


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