graphic design (Page 2)

Screenshot project page Neville Brody

Neville Brody rose to prominence during the early 1980s surge of “designerism”: a period when the British economy was considered to be expanding, marketing, promotion, and “cultural entrepreneurship” were in the air, and young culture was a money-spinner.Read More →

Otl Aicher 1972 Munich Olympics Archery poster. Featured image

From 1946 to 1947, Otl Aicher (1922 – 1991) attended the Munich Academy of Fine Arts. He later became closely affiliated with Ulm’s highly influential and radical Hochschule Fรผr Gestaltung after founding a studio there the following year.Read More →

Extra Bold - Kindle edition

Through essays, interviews, artwork, typeface and beyond, lesser heard voices at various stages of their careers are given a platform to share insights from the inside. Along with information on hiring processes, power structures, mentoring, workplace discrimination and more, Extra Bold aims to make the world of design a little more accessible.Read More →

Please update your browser. Why? A typeface for print and screen. Bubbling, strong, but very accurate. Created with much fine tuning and precision.Read More →

Pop Up Card featured image

Beautiful pop up cards that remind us of the beauty and wonder in the world. Give a gift from the heart.Read More →

Graphic Connections in Architecture featured image

The psychology of design is an essential ingredient in connecting people to place. More than simply decorating the side of a building, architectural graphic design is critical to establishing the purpose of a space, the visitor’s place within it, and helping to shape the overall experience.Read More →

Vintage Travel postcard Norway featured image

A delightful set of photo postcards made in Norway in the 1960s. Wonderfully, nearly all the cards in the set include a cheerful red car (of various makes), merrily making its way through the Norwegian countryside. The postcards thus evoke a series of personal snapshots of one person’s road-trip.Read More →

Graphic design uses visual compositions to solve problems and communicate ideas through typography, imagery, color and form. Thereโ€™s no one way to do that, and thatโ€™s why there are several types of graphic design, each with their own area of specialisation.Read More →

Design is Storytelling featured image

Ellen Lupton, award-winning author of Thinking with Type and How Posters Work, demonstrates how storytelling shapes great designRead More →