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Art of the Menu

Art of the Menu

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

Posted by: Corrie
Posted: Jan 18th 2012
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Art of the Menu is a blog dedicated to showcasing beautifly designed menu's - a rarity but when they're good they are good!  Warning: don't look at it if you're hungry!   "As designers we make fun — and it’s usually the first thing we not...
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swissted

swissted

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

Posted by: Corrie
Posted: Jan 18th 2012
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Who would have thought punk rock and the clean lines of swiss modernism could work together so beautifully? Mike Joyce is redesigning old punk, hardcore, and indie rock show flyers into International Typographic Style posters. There's 205 (and counting) posters to drool over - check them out at www.swissted.com ...
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It's Nice That: Student of the Month

It's Nice That: Student of the Month

Category: Competitions,

Posted by: Corrie
Posted: Jan 17th 2012
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Did you know It's Nice That has Student of the Month Submissions? I just found out! Get in there Shillo's and show-off how amazing you are :) You can only submit one project at a time, one project a month and try not ...
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Insight #10: A Students Guide To Working In The Creative Industry

Insight #10: A Students Guide To Working In The Creative Industry

Category: Events/Exhibitions,

Posted by: Corrie
Posted: Jan 17th 2012
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Australian INfront are back for another year of Insight at the Apple store and they're kicking off the year with a killer! There will be lots to learn from the panel discussion on '...
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The Queen's English Society's Practical Guide to Punctuation

The Queen's English Society's Practical Guide to Punctuation

Category: Design / Editorial, Design / Print, Design / Publishing, Design / Typography, Resources / Educational, Resources / Reference,

Posted by: Mark
Posted: Jan 17th 2012
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There was a woman on the radio the other day from The Queen's English Society talking about the challenges facing the English language in todays society. They have put together a really useful Practical Guide to Punctuation....
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The Good Times by the Church of London

The Good Times by the Church of London

Category: Design / Editorial, Design / Print, Design / Publishing,

Posted by: Julian
Posted: Jan 16th 2012
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London-based design studio The Church of London took time out of their somewhat busy schedule (clients include the BBC, Canon, Honda and Sony) to produce a special, one-off newspaper which has only one theme - happiness. And it's no coincidence that it has been released today, Monday 16th January, which is ...
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Typography with Christmas Lights

Typography with Christmas Lights

Category: Design / Branding/Identity, Design / Typography,

Posted by: Margot
Posted: Jan 9th 2012
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Christmas lights recycled into something useful. Look at the movie here Letters designed by  www.wereldderindianen.be  a nice Antwerp based studio. ...
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magspreads.net

magspreads.net

Category: Colour, Design / Editorial, Design / Print, Design / Publishing, Design / Typography, Magazines,

Posted by: Peter
Posted: Jan 8th 2012
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Total and absolute eye candy for those with a keen interest in publication design. Oh yes. ...

Andre Kavakama: process stop motion

Category: Animation / Motion Graphics, Design / Typography,

Posted by: Peter
Posted: Dec 20th 2011
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Recent Manchester graduate Andre Kavakama shares the process behind his reinterpretation of Coldplay's 'A Rush of Blood to the Head' CD cover. Very cool. Check out some of his other work here. ...

London Tube Maps

London Tube Maps

Category: Design / Environmental, Other Design Fields,

Posted by: Jen
Posted: Dec 15th 2011
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Henry (Harry) Beck was the man responsible for the London Underground Map as we know it today. Prior to the 1930's the map had always been laid out geographically. However, Beck believed that passengers weren't interested in geographical accuracy but were more interested in knowing how to get from one station to th...