I decided to re-create Max Bill's/Otl Aicher's famous poster design from the 1972 Olympics.
Everything from the angularity to the co-joining color frames seems to aptly elicit the overall feel of iOS 7, so I decided to turn the poster rendition into a wallpaper.
(Includes Parallax & Non-Parallax Versions)
(template by @Anton Kudin)
5 months ago
This is looking good. Thanks for the share!
Thanks for sharing! They are so good!
Great ! I installed it ;)
Nice! :D Only thing is that the thrown down (light) is mirrored in the wrong direction (horizontally)
Maybe you can release a desktop version?
@Benoît Boucart @Aleksandar Djuric @Kevin Cdnc Thanks!
@Kasper Johnsen Haha, that's what I get for attempting to do a reflection while sleep deprived.
@Sebastian Hager Good idea, i'll give it a shot some time.
@Newar That would be great!
Otl Aicher is amazing!
thanks for sharing! desktop version would be very nice :)
Using it :) Thanks!
Looks fantastic on my 5th generation iPod touch. Great work!
all I see is the Google Nexus "X"
Looks great, and this is my favorite poster in the 1972 Olympic artist series. One small nit though: I have a print of this poster, and in real life, there aren't any gradients. I'd try toning down the gradation just a tad.
What @Chanpory Rith said, but it's still definitely being set as my wallpaper :)
Max Bill is one of my favourite artists without doubt. One of the biggest influences on Swiss design.
@Simon Godbout Google what? ;p
@Chanpory Rith The print version's colours are also slightly different as well. I initially tried strict replication approach, but the result was a bit too flat and drab for my taste (so I lightened up the tones with a slight focal light source).
@James Southorn His work is absolutely mesmerizing, no doubt.
Super rad. Thanks for sharing.
Wicked homage man.
@Newar Just remembered, there is a little peek of the Max Bill poster in this shot: http://dribbble.com/shots/843203-Gmail-2-0-Multi-login
Now this is sexy my friend.
looks awesome! nice work :)
4 months ago
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