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Vintage Ad Browser Design You Trust Print Blog / Stunning, Colourful Artwork for the Office by COLOURlovers This guest post is written by Alex Black. Alex writes for printing experts Print Express. In his spare time he studies graphic and web design and is learning to code. For most people, it’s important to stay refreshed and inspired when they work – especially for people who do creative work. When you’re in an office that’s interesting, vibrant and colourful, it’s more likely that you’ll be inspired with the creative work that you do. The artwork that hangs on the walls of the office can have a huge impact on the atmosphere and culture of the workplace, whether it’s the slogans used (Facebook famously has posters that say “Move fast and break things”) to the more subtle, beautifully designed pieces that improve the overall aesthetics. Keep Calm and Carry On by Michael Flarup Nonsensical Infographic by Chad Hagen YES (You Complete the Picture) by Trey Speegle This City Sleeps by Marc Allante A Grand Avenue by Tim Jarosz Real Artists Ship by Busy Building Things The Voyage by Danny Haas

manystuff.org — Graphic Design daily selection Design in Europe - home of european design, webdesign, illustration and photography Revalue the dollar. How art director Herb Lubalin got How art director Herb Lubalin got his illustrator friends to make money The third issue of Avant-Garde, May 1968, ran an attention-grabbing feature entitled ‘Revaluation of the Dollar: 19 Artists Design a New One-Dollar Bill.’ You can see the magazine’s cover (below) in ‘Up close and tight’, the Eye 75 feature about Avant-Garde’s legendary art director Herb Lubalin. Avant-Garde, published and edited by Ralph Ginzburg and art directed by Lubalin, commissioned friends and contemporaries such as Seymour Chwast, Bob (R. Here follow a selection of designs from Avant-Garde no. 3. Top: (l to r) designs by Tom Carnese; Gerry Gersten; and Lubalin himself. Above: (top to bottom) Ernie Smith; Etienne Delessert; Bob Blechman. Above: (top to bottom) John Alcorn, (1935-92); Lionel Kalish; Edward Gorey (1925-2000). Above: (top to bottom): 1. Below: spreads from Eye 75.

Your daily Inspiration in Architecture and Design Mon 17.2. Lean On Me: wall-supported furniture and lighting Posted by Walter Phillips on 17.02.2014 - Tagged as: Dominic Lutyens Daphna Laurens’s ‘Cirkel’ floor lamp is part of an eponymous collection designed for Paris’s Galerie Gosserez. Laurens imagines it, in anthropomorphic terms, penetrating the wall and looking on to the other side We all need a little support sometimes. read this article in full on Architonic ‘Puff’ light by Signe Hytte (DK) Posted by Walter Phillips on 17.02.2014 - Tagged as: Denmark ‘Puff’ light by Signe Hytte ‘Puff’, by Signe Hytte, is a small table lamp with a blown opal glass diffuser that comes in two different heights and types of wood. (more…) Shanghai studio AIM Architecture has designed the office for Soho China, the property developers behind Zaha Hadid’s Galaxy Soho, creating an entrance with reflective strips of light that give the illusion of a never-ending grid read this article in full on Architonic Fri 14.2. ‘Silence’ collection by Marie Eklund for Bolon

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