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Sam Bevington

Sam Bevington

Category: Colour, Design / Print, Design / Typography, Illustration,

Posted by: Peter
Posted: Feb 20th 2012
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London-based illustrator Sam Bevington provides some nice eye candy for the Illustrator-minded among us… ...
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The Book Covers of M. S. Corley

The Book Covers of M. S. Corley

Category: Books, Design / Print, Design / Publishing,

Posted by: Dailey
Posted: Feb 15th 2012
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We just recieved a fresh batch of design books for our library here at the NYC studio. While perusing one of them, The Modernist from Gestalten, I came across M. S. Corley's redesign of Lemony Snicket's "A Series of Unfortunate Events," in the style of of classic Penguin books. It...

Effective minimalist advertising

Effective minimalist advertising

Category: Advertising,

Posted by: Peter
Posted: Feb 15th 2012
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Jo Ingate (London PT lecturer) has found some great examples of some beautifully simple, to-the-point adverts. A good lesson in the less-is-more approach to design: in all these instances, a strong idea conveyed in a really simple fashion. Works for me! ...
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swissted

swissted

Category: Colour, Design / Print,

Posted by: Peter
Posted: Feb 15th 2012
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The ever-resourceful John Owens (Manchester PT Lecturer) has forwarded through this find. Definitely for all you lovers of all things Swiss out there... ...

Cool People Printing

Cool People Printing

Category: Design / Print,

Posted by: Dailey
Posted: Feb 14th 2012
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It's true, people look cool when printing. Check out the latest offering from the good folks at underconsideration. Ladies and gentlemen, I give you Cool People Printing, a tumblr blog. ...

A Friend of Mine

A Friend of Mine

Category: Designers/Studios,

Posted by: Laura Louise Greaves
Posted: Jan 14th 2012
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I love the work from A Friend of Mine, a studio run by Suzy Tuxen, because of the flexibility of the branding packages they create, as well as the color palettes they use. The studio is in Melbourne. They design for many different industries, doing work that includes branding, packaging and custom typography....
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Top Hops Beer Shop

Top Hops Beer Shop

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

Posted by: Dailey
Posted: Feb 9th 2012
No. of comments: 1

Last night, Top Hops Beer Shop, a new craft beer merchant in NYC's East Village, hosted a free beer and chocolate tasting in conjunction with Mast Brothers Chocolate of Brooklyn's Williamsburg neighborhood. I went for the chocolate and brew, but was pleasantly surprised by the eye c...

Pam&Jenny

Pam&Jenny

Category: Design / Environmental, Design / Print, Events/Exhibitions,

Posted by: Dailey
Posted: Feb 9th 2012
No. of comments: 1

I made a passing mention of Brussels based studio, Pam&Jenny, on twitter, but their work is definitely worth a closer look. ...

Klim Type Foundry

Klim Type Foundry

Category: Design / Typography,

Posted by: Dailey
Posted: Feb 8th 2012
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Kris Sowersby started the Klim Type Foundry in 2005, currently based in Wellington, New Zealand. Klim is developing some absolutely beautiful typefaces. I can't stop drooling over Metric (the specimen pictured). ...

Brian Cordes Guest Lectures for Shillington NYC

Brian Cordes Guest Lectures for Shillington NYC

Category: Design / Print,

Posted by: Dailey
Posted: Feb 1st 2012
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Brian Cordes of Cordes Printing/Norman's Printery in Wyckoff, NJ, dropped by to show us a thing or two about stock and embellishment on printed materials. As well as being ridiculously knowledgeable about printing processes, Brian is a designer in his own right. Enjoy these photos from his visit and check out his work at briancordes.com...