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Kasper Florio

Kasper Florio

Category: Designers/Studios,

Posted by: Celeste Muller
Posted: Mar 12th 2013
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I love the work of Swedish design studio, Kasper Florio! They have great examples of how to use type as a graphic, creating modern design with minimal colour and experimenting with the boundaries of margins and columns. They specialize in creative fields; fashion, art and music mainly. ...

Gemma O'Brien

Gemma O'Brien

Category: Design / Typography, Designers/Studios,

Posted by: Katy Simpson
Posted: Mar 4th 2013
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Looking into typography & type packages, I immediately thought of Gemma O'Brien after seeing her speak & perform her process at various creative events in Australia. She is a real enthusiast for type, she calls herself a 'letterer' & treats the work she creates as Art. They are a visual masterpiece, all hand drawn & crafted with thought & process. She creates type packages for commercial use, but ...

Amber Asay

Amber Asay

Category: Designers/Studios,

Posted by: Kimberly Gorrie
Posted: Mar 11th 2013
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I adore the work of Amber Asay, a recent graduate of BYU university who is living and working in Orlando Florida and interning at Disney Design Group. The examples of her work are student projects, and I was really impressed with her simple but clever designs. She has a clear understanding of what 'branding' means and executes this really well through repetition, typography and colour. The...

Penney Design

Penney Design

Category: Designers/Studios,

Posted by: Elske Kooistra
Posted: Mar 1st 2013
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I love the work of Penney Design because of how they create a retro feel in their work. They have translated this really well to modern day pop culture. ...

Sal Curioso by Substance

Sal Curioso by Substance

Category: Design / Branding/Identity, Design / Environmental, Design / Packaging, Design / Typography, Designers/Studios,

Posted by: Thea
Posted: Mar 10th 2013
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There's something about this curious little identity that I really like. The simple colour palette, maybe, with that Mambo-like red eye watching over it all? The fit-out makes the restaurant look like something from another world.  Make sure to check out ...

BCN:MCR — Dave Sedgwick

Category: Events/Exhibitions,

Posted by: Peter
Posted: Mar 9th 2013
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Just wrapping up last week, BCN:MCR was a brilliant exhibition put on by Dave Sedgwick in Manchester which saw the showcasing of some of the best graphic design work in Barcelona. If you weren't lucky enough to get along to the show, the included studios' websites are below — and I'm sure you'll agree that thi...

Why did this take so long?

Why did this take so long?

Category: Design / Typography,

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Posted: Mar 5th 2013
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  Designer Andrew Clifford Capener has designed a beautiful little limited edition scrabble set. I think it's ace! I can't actually believe I've never seen one before? I guess thats said about all great ideas ;) ...

Rare old books

Rare old books

Category: Art, Books, Designers/Studios, Illustration,

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Posted: Mar 5th 2013
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Nobrium: Towards True Precision in the Control of Excessive Anxiety Why is it that so many cool books are just so hard to find? Stumbled across this little gem, designed by Pentagrams Mervyn Kurlansky in 1971, for a Pharmaceutical company. As you would expect, captures the zeitgeist of the early 70's perfectly! ...

Tall Ltd.

Tall Ltd.

Category: Design / Branding/Identity, Design / Print, Design / Typography, Printing/Production,

Posted by: Thea
Posted: Mar 3rd 2013
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Lovely business cards for UK digital marketing company Tall. With a print process that involved die-cutting, laser cutting, block foiling and three different types of stock, they certainly pack a punch.  ...

Phantom Calls

Phantom Calls

Category: Design / Branding/Identity, Design / Print, Designers/Studios,

Posted by: Thea
Posted: Mar 3rd 2013
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Ever wished the your enemy the worst? Like, maybe, being haunted by a ghost? Katey Mangels obviously has, and she has turned the idea into a wonderful identity and sales book for a fictional company called Phantom Calls that hires out ghosts to haunt people. ...