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A Pocket Guide to Master Everyday Typographic Adventures

A Pocket Guide to Master Everyday Typographic Adventures

Category: Design / Typography, Resources / Educational, Resources / Reference,

Posted by: Thea
Posted: Mar 25th 2014
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Need to be reminded of design basics - like how to use pesky apostrophes, or when to use parentheses versus brackets? Just check out A Pocket Guide to Master Everyday Typographic Adventures. Benedikt Lehnert was behind it, and it's simply designed with tonnes of information...

Manual

Manual

Category: Designers/Studios,

Posted by: Andrea Arendsee
Posted: Mar 5th 2014
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I love and am inspired by the work of Manual Design and Visual Communications Studio because of their unique visual solutions and conceptual design process that strive to help organizations express their unique offerings and values. Their studio is located in the heart of San Francisco, California. They specialize in art direction, identity, motion, packaging, book, poster, print, publication, we...

The Message Is Medium Rare

The Message Is Medium Rare

Category: Blogs, Photography, Resources / Educational,

Posted by: Thea
Posted: Feb 19th 2014
No. of comments: 1

Here's a question for you - what do burgers and designers have in common? (No, the answer is not that we designers like to eat burgers.) The team from MINE are big believers in taking inspiration from any and everywhere - including that humble lunchtime burger. They've started ...

Four & Sons

Four & Sons

Category: Design / Branding/Identity, Design / Publishing, Photography,

Posted by: Thea
Posted: Feb 23rd 2014
No. of comments: 0

The publication where dogs and culture collide. Four & Sons is a new magazine celebrating our love for man's best friend, and besides the adorable content, the design is really slick. The first issue includes contributions from the likes of Dave Eggers and Mike Mills. Instead of being just another pet magazine,...

Amalia Pica Catalogue

Amalia Pica Catalogue

Category: Books, Colour, Design / Print,

Posted by: Ali
Posted: Feb 6th 2014
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This exhibition catalogue for Argentinian artist Amalia Pica is a real treat for those who love print. The book which was designed by Scott Reinhard and James Goggin is full of colour and some beautiful type! Scott has lots of other exciting projects over on his website. ...

Higher Arc Issue #4

Higher Arc Issue #4

Category: Design / Print, Magazines,

Posted by: Thea
Posted: Nov 28th 2013
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Higher Arc is a magazine run by a small group of editors and designers - including ex-Shillington teacher Luke Brown, who won the SOYA Award for Visual Design and Communication in 2012. They're currently running an campaign on ...

Initial Public Offering Certificates from Hamilton Wood Type

Initial Public Offering Certificates from Hamilton Wood Type

Category: Design / Print,

Posted by: Dailey
Posted: Nov 26th 2013
No. of comments: 0

These handsome letterpress prints were designed by the folks at Charles S. Anderson Design using images and type from Hamilton's collection, paper was donated by French Paper and printing was gra...

Tweet Tweet

Tweet Tweet

Category: Designers/Studios, Resources / Educational, Resources / Reference,

Posted by: Thea
Posted: Sep 10th 2013
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We've put together a list of people we think you should add to your Twitter list for some inspiration, motivation, advice or a giggle. In no particular order... 99U @99u Northern Digital @northerndigital...

The Job Application

The Job Application

Category: Resources / Portfolios, Resources / Reference,

Posted by: Enza
Posted: Sep 8th 2013
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You are a creative, so get creative with how you go about applying for jobs! Personalise your application specific to the studio you are applying to and show them you're keen to work for them and have great attention to the details. By doing something to give them a reaction – to stop, laugh, think or to make them find out more about you – you'll sta...

Nautilus Magazine - Science never looked so good

Nautilus Magazine - Science never looked so good

Category: Blogs, Resources / Educational,

Posted by: John F
Posted: Jul 30th 2013
No. of comments: 0

I've just recently come across Nautilus Magazine and I think I'm hooked. The beautiful illustrations for each article are what captured my attention in the first place. It takes me back to those old science journals we'd read at school as the illustrations have a vintage feel to them. The theme for the current issue is &#...