Mitten United (MU) is thrilled to announce yet another action sports partnership. MU is teaming up with The Action Sports Alliance.
The Action Sports Alliance is an organization that fights for female action sports athletes. MU has joined forces to re-vamp the Alliances website, and completely re-brand this amazing organization. Having worked with other action sports based operations such as Boarding for Breast Cancer (B4BC), MU feels right at home doing work with these companies. It doesn’t hurt either that the team at MU has an extreme personal passion for the action sports.
Whether riding the slopes, the waves, or the concrete,...
from the Mitten United Offices!
We’re all stoked on this project for RoadRash Board Co — we think it turned out BEAUTIFULLY. It’s probably best to let the site do the talking, so you’d better just take a look:
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You can expect all the regular goodies: responsive web design, gorgeous graphics, user-friendly navigation &...
We just released a fully responsive portfolio site for one of LA’s finest filmmakers, Scott Weintrob.
What does “fully responsive” mean, you ask? It was the hottest trend in web design for 2012, and it’s staying that way for 2013. Responsive web...
Happy Fat Tuesday from us here at the Mitten United office! Get your Mardi Gras on. If you’re into that sort of thing, anyway.
PS— we may have recycled the graphic from last year. But shhhh, don’t tell
Originally posted by DD in 2012...
This was originally posted by AWWWARDS HERE.
These illustrations are just plain awesome. Creative design, witty text, and full of truth (for the most part). I thoroughly enjoyed these and decided it was worthy of a repost. These are not MU originals, but we hope you enjoy them nonetheless.
Original post by AWWWARDS is copied below. Or, you can view the article HERE.
Eduardo Salles (Mexico City, 1987) is advertiser, designer, illustrator, writer and professor at the Miami Ad School. And a professional procrastinator!, he says. Ex Creative Director of Nike, Kit Kat and Red Cross Mexico. He has won awards as...
December 7th, 1941. A day to be remembered, forever. Pearl Harbor.
Here’s a few memorial graphics with that special Mitten United twist. Photoshop + original flag photograph + 2 graphics snagged from Google = a compilation of composited imagery for your pleasure.
Well, it’s that time of year again. Summer is winding down, football season is starting up, & it’s time to recognize & celebrate the economic & social contributions of workers. Let’s go America!
Celebrated & observed on the first Monday in September, Labor...
Here is a compilation of every Olympic logo since 1932.
Some interesting things to note:
The 1940 Summer & Winter Olympics were canceled due to WWII
The 1944 Summer & Winter Olympics were canceled due to WWII
Every Winter & Summer Olympics up until 1992 were held in the same year
Every Winter & Summer Olympics since 1994 have been held in different years
The most expensive Olympic logo (on record) is the most recent one, London 2012. This bad boy clocks in at over $600k. View the article HERE.
It’s interesting to note the trends of Olympic logos. It appears that they all must have the city, the year, and the rings....
From the Telegraph – Read the Article at its original source
London is famed for its street art but authorities have been accused of a heavy-handed approach to cleaning up art during the Olympics.
James Cochran, whose vivid mural of the world’s fastest man Usain...
The logo for the 2012 Olympic Games in London cost £400,000 in 2007. That comes out to be about $600,000+/- USD today.
So what makes this logo so special? Or, is it even special?
According to a poll on the British Broadcasting Corporation website back in 2007, more than 80%...
Yes, it’s true. We have a completely redesigned, revamped, new & improved website. We’ve been working (hard) on it for the last month or so & decided that today was the perfect day to formally release the goods. What better day than a Monday, right? Anyway, if...
So this isn’t the typical blog post, but I think it’s definitely worth a good look. You won’t find a website here, or a logo, or another poster we designed for that matter. What you will find is something a bit more unique; some interesting digital artwork that showcases a...