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Visual Therapy is getting a makeover!!

May 5, 2011
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Visual Therapy will be moving to a new host with a complete new look!!

The blog will be transferred within the week.

When the process is complete, you will only be able to reach the new blog at http://www.visualtherapyonline.com

Thank you for your patience! Meanwhile, join Visual Therapy’s new facebook page here.

Street Art // EVOL

May 5, 2011
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German street artist EVOL turns electrical boxes into these really cool miniature skyscrapers in this series titled Buildings. Awesome.

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Honest Logos // Viktor Hertz

May 4, 2011
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Swedish freelance graphic designer Viktor Hertz decided to redesign the logos we know and love to reflect what they truly symbolize. Hilarious and witty!

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Alice in Wonderland Restaurant // Fantastic Design Works

May 3, 2011
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Located in Tokyo’s Ginza shopping district is a pretty unusual Alice in Wonderland themed restaurant designed by Japanese studio Fantastic Design Works, and opened by Japanese company Diamond Dining.

The restaurant features psychedelic decorations, dramatic designs and waitresses all dressed in Alice costumes. A really unique dining experience!

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Video Pick // Birth of a Spraycan

May 2, 2011
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Here’s a little trivia knowledge for the street artists out there! Germany-based Montana Cans give us a glimpse into how spray cans are made, from start to finish.

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Street Art // BLU in Italy

May 2, 2011
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One of my favorite street artists BLU returns to his native country of Italy to create this awesome mural.

The mural, which shows a praying character eating spaghetti coming from his brain, has references to religion and food; two important aspects of Italian culture.

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THOR Movie Poster // Dave Williams

May 1, 2011
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To celebrate the release of the new Marvel movies, Liverpool based graphic designer Dave Williams is releasing a set of posters, one for each of the next 5 Marvel films, starting with Thor.

The Thor poster combines the superheroes iconic hammer with the Nordic legends famous lightning bolt to create a stylish, minimalist feel to the work. The colours are inspired by the Swedish flag as a subtle reference to the Nordic origins of Thor.

This 24×18 inch poster will be limited to a run of only 10 copies, signed and numbered. Each future Marvel poster print will also be limited to a run of 10, so overall only 50 posters will be produced, spanning five films.

Order it here.

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