Less dramatic accomplishments and contributions to the culture of modern civilisation by artists, artisans and designers have been but little publicised. It was in 1937 that a mild-mannered, quiet and kindly man was recognised as a real genius – Frederic W. Goudy, one of the most famous type designers in the world!
Back in 1968, Danish design student Susanne Koefoed developed the International Access Symbol and as ubiquitous as it became, there is a passivity to the design that is arguably addressed by the latest Accessible Icon. With its own emoji and increasing acceptance across the globe, the new symbol started as a street art project in the Boston area that tackled stereotypes of disability and the built environment.
The Beauty of Human Skin in Every Color given by Angelica Dass a Brazilian Photographer. The ‘Humanae’ project began as a small family album included relatives, friends and neighbours. The project now includes portraits of more than 3000 people from 24 cities spanning 15 countries. She states that the “Colour of our skin gives a lasting impression.”
Arrow Design ‘Brand New Roman’ is a Fun Mashup of All the Corporate Logos You Know and Love BY Shaunacy Ferro.
Hello Velocity Brand New Roman is not your average typeface. You’ll probably never find it in the drop-down menu of Microsoft Word or see it on a sign, but it’s instantly recognizable.
We’re so used to typing these days that most of us probably can’t even remember the last time we needed to use our handwriting skills. But there are still some people out there whos handwriting is so incredibly good it’s unbelievable that they write like that on their daily basis. This list compiled by Bored Panda shows the most beautiful and the most satisfying calligraphy examples, so if you ever need someone to write on your wedding or event invitations you know who to contact.
One of America’s most successful poster designers began his career at the age of 20, after graduating from an illustration and design course at Pratt Institute . Gold got a job in the poster department in the New York office of Warner Bros , and his first two projects were for the hugely successful 1942 films Yankee Doodle Dandy and Casablanca (both won various Academy Awards).