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Studio Mathieu Meyer SuperTerrain MaricorMaricar Just a quick post about a couple of works we have out and about in London. We've donated "Defeat Deflector" (a piece from the "Turns of Speech and Figures of Phrase" show that we held in March) to Artarama where it will be auctioned off to raise funds for Age UK and the White Ribbon Alliance. Artarama is organised by Karmarama London and the show/auction is on the 7th of October. There'll be exclusive work by Rankin, Rob Ryan, Al Murphy and many more. We have also completed a new embroidery called "Makers, Dreamers" which is on display at AMV BBDO as part of a typographic group show. This is our largest to date, 841 x 594 mm. We have another group show that we'll be taking part in later in the year. And I almost forgot, we have a new Sweater Letter. ** Update: I've signed and numbered (handstitched) the B Sweater Letter piece **

Vincent Perrottet Graphisme d’utilité publique à Manchester — M-Four La cité de Manchester [parfois connu sous le nom de Madchester] est connu pour être le grand rival de Liverpool [sans oublier Londres] pour des nouvelles tendances en musique. Comme, par exemple, Joy Division/New Order, Happy Mondays, Stone Roses… C’est aussi le lieu où le designer Peter Saville a fait ses premières armes de graphisme. M-Four est une agence/studio de graphisme, mais au sein de la municipalité de la Cité de Manchester. Vous pouvez lire l’article en entier à Creative Review, mais voici quelques extraits notables… Sur la campagne de rappeler aux jeunes de se protéger lors des rapports sexuels [affiches en illustration de cet article] : “M-Four ne voulait pas sermonner les jeunes. Ce qui je trouve intéressant car, très souvent, les annonceurs institutionnels veulent que leurs campagnes soient signées afin que la population [contribuables, électeurs…] puisse voir ce qu’on fait avec leur argent. Sur le redesign du site web de la municipalité :

Column Five Media: Infographics, Content Strategy, Interactive Design Michal Batory Saul Bass Designer Saul Bass Saul Bass (May 8, 1920 — April 25, 1996) was a graphic designer and filmmaker, perhaps best known for his design of film posters and title sequences. During his 40-year career Bass worked for some of Hollywood’s greatest filmmakers, including Alfred Hitchcock, Stanley Kubrick, Otto Preminger, Billy Wilder, and Martin Scorsese. Bass also designed some of the most iconic corporate logos in North America, including the original AT&T “bell” logo in 1969, as well as their later “globe” logo in 1983. In 1955, Elaine Makatura came to work with Saul Bass and after the opening title sequence to Spartacus in 1960, which Elaine co-directed and produced, the two were married. From the mid-60s to the late 1980s, Saul and Elaine moved away from main titles to focus on filmmaking and their children. “Elaine and I feel we are there to serve the film and to approach the task with a sense of responsibility. Toward the end of his career, Saul Bass was “rediscovered” by James L. Articles