Design-A-Week 17: PuzzleBubble Meets Condensation

28 04 2009


Over the past few years the standard hoodie design has gone from small and simple to medium and interesting. Then, someone found a printer that covered the whole hoodie and we came into the era of BIG & COLORFUL (or at least largely occupying interesting-ness).
So we we decided a little dot here, a little dot there, a splash of green here, and we’ve got color-polka-dots everywhere! Consider it the view of our neon logo in multicolored rain through goggles after drinking a few. Consider it the first thing you see in heaven. Consider it color therapy. I consider it an ode to the great PuzzleBubble game and the way it looks after having an immensely entertaining powder day concluded by an extravagant celebratory evening.

If anyone knows how to get PuzzleBubble for PC (and free) please contact me!

Be a good sport and check out the rest of the Design-A-Week project over at bonksnow.com!

Played while posting this post:
Passion Pit – Moth’s Wings
Friendly Fires – Skeleton Boy
Assembly Now – Graph Maps and Trees
New Rhodes – Everybody Loves A Scene
The Morning Benders – Waiting For A War
Band Of Horses – Is There A Ghost

Check out more funky tunes in our Playlists section on bonksnow.com!

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18 06 2009
Design-A-Week 23: Creative Block « Bonkalicious

[…] was incredibly simple yet very vibrant. I had made something similar with a black background in Week 17: Puzzle Bubble Meets Condensation. The problem was I wanted a white background and a slightly different setup. I tried and tried but […]

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