information is beautiful Been getting a ton of requests for ‘how to’s and guides for creating decent visualizations and information designs. Made me think: maybe I could do some workshops in this area. I like developing ideas and working with people. Could be fun! So if you think you’d like to attend a workshop on visualization or organize one for your organisation, please fill in this quick form (30 seconds). LISA MOUCHET Poster/Maison 4 colors screen-printed images 16x24
Art of the Menu About Art of the Menu, is a division of UnderConsideration, cataloguing the underrated creativity of menus from around the world. Art of the Menu uses Typekit to render Proxima Nova by Mark Simonson and Adelle by Type Together. Art of the Menu is run with Six Apart’s MovableType 6.3.2 Syndicate / RSS Feed All comments, ideas and thoughts on Art of the Menu are property of their authors; reproduction without the author’s or Art of the Menu’s permission is strictly prohibited A2 & New North Press’ 3D-printed letterpress font Image courtesy Adrian Harrison Type studio A2-Type and London print shop New North Press have created a 3D-printed letterpress font. With a film about the project premiering at London Design Festival next weekend, we spoke to graphic designer Richard Ardagh and A2's Henrik Kubel about the process...
André Baldinger André Baldinger 2000 The Newut family is a new Grotesque in which the capitals are designed to be the same height as the lowercases. You can chose from three variationes: Classic, Tip or Plain. Each variation has three weights, Light, Medium and Heavy. You can compaire the three variations strait away.
Gurafiku: Japanese Graphic Design Japanese Poster: Hiroshima Appeals. Kenya Hara, Yoshitaka Mizutani. 2017 Started in 1983, Hiroshima Appeals is a yearly poster project in observation of the atomic bombing of Japan in 1945 with the goal of promoting peace at home and abroad. Designer Kenya Hara writes: Inspiration Lab Jacopo Severitano There is something about the alphabets by Jacopo Severitano that I LOVE. I just gave an interview on current trends pinpointing a kind of modern ornament in a monoline style and his work is totally it. Crazy4Cult Art Immortalizes Cult Movies inShare0 Billy Perkins' mushroom-cloud-layin' M.F. pays tribute to Pulp Fiction and makes an eye-grabbing cover for the Crazy4Cult: Cult Movie Art book. Shepard Fairey's Obey Billboard echoes sci-fi flick They Live's theme. Joe Faux's Citizens of Mongo poster pays tribute to Flash Gordon. Jeff McMillan's We're Going to Need a Bigger Bunny takes a bite out of Jaws.
Nodo Cabinet by Andrea Brugnera Rope-enhanced: Nodo Cabinet by Andrea Brugnera for Formabilio offers clean, minimal lines in oak veneer, with inclined solid oak feet, and customizable rope door handles that can be configured into letters, numbers, and symbols on a nine-hole grid. (Click the images below for full sized images) Details: In spruce blockboard, plated and lacquered with water-based varnish. Made by Live In, a family-run wood shop in Colle Umbert, Italy. Part of the Nodo collection for Formabilio, a Made in Italy furniture-online start-up that works directly with designers and small manufacturers. Designer: Andrea Brugnera graduated in Wood Industries from the University of Padua (2009) with the thesis, "Honeycomb cardboard furniture," and specializes in cardboard installations and kids' furnishings.
Uehara & Watanabe may 15, 2012 yosuke uehara + yoshie watanabe: kigi exhibition ‘kiwi exhibition’ by yosuke uehara + yoshie watanabe installation view all images courtesy of yosuke uehara + yoshie watanabe toyko-based designers yosuke uehara + yoshie watanabe have completed the ‘kigi exhibition‘ on show at ginza graphic gallery in shibuya, japan. the installation coincides with the establishment of their new company and will introduce the projects that the two professionals have been involved in since their 1999 partnership. the title ‘kigi’ means ‘trees’, which are a symbol of creation, and the pair chose this name with the hope that their creative ‘tree’ will one day grow into an abundant ‘forest’. the work on display spans across all genres and looks into new approaches in graphic illustrations to date.