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Joakim Jansson

Joakim Jansson

Joakim Jansson

I love this iden­tity for The Oslo Water Dis­trict by Swedish designer Joakim Jans­son.

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[Sponsor] OEN

OEN

OEN is an online retail ven­ture inspired by the sim­ple things in life. A cura­tion of every­day design and craft, show­cas­ing a vari­ety of well-made con­tem­po­rary objects that have clar­ity and integrity at their core.

Our aim is to cre­ate a space where pur­chas­ing and learn­ing is all under one roof. Shar­ing how prod­ucts have been made, where the mate­ri­als have come from, and why each is worth invest­ing in for the longer run. Good design and trans­parency go hand in hand, so we will do our upmost to pro­vide an hon­est account of our prod­ucts and the peo­ple who make them so you can decide for your­self whether these items will enhance your life.

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Edwin Tse

Edwin Tse

Edwin Tse

Beau­ti­ful pho­tog­ra­phy by Edwin Tse.

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studio fnt

studio fnt

studio fnt

studio fnt

I’m lov­ing the work of Seoul based stu­dio fnt. A ton a great work that will keep you mes­mer­ized all day.

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[Sponsor] Boxshot, Origami, Boxshot VR

Boxshot, Origami and Boxshot VR are a suite of prod­ucts that let design­ers visu­al­ize and present their work in 3D.

Boxshot is an appli­ca­tion that lets you cre­ate and ren­der 3D mock­ups using a selec­tion of over 50 cus­tomiz­able shapes. It includes advanced fea­tures like a built-in ray­trac­ing engine and cam­era and mate­ri­als control.

Origami is a plu­gin for Illus­tra­tor that takes your die-cut lay­out and gen­er­ates a 3D pre­view right in the app. You can then save an image or export it as a model.

Boxshot VR allows you to take a sequence of images and turn them into an HTML5 3d object that ren­ders in a browser. No fancy plu­g­ins needed.

These prod­ucts are a great and sim­ple way to turn your work into 3D objects. Use code AISLEONE to get a 20% dis­count on Boxshot, Origami or Boxshot VR. Offer valid till the end of December.

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Sim­plic­ity is the ulti­mate sophistication.

– Leonardo da Vinci
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30 Years of Swiss Typographic Discourse in the Typografische Monatsblätter

30 Years of Swiss Typographic Discourse in the Typografische Monatsblätter

30 Years of Swiss Typographic Discourse in the Typografische Monatsblätter

30 Years of Swiss Typographic Discourse in the Typografische Monatsblätter

Lars Müller Pub­lish­ers is really killing it this year with all these great titles. The just released title 30 Years of Swiss Typo­graphic Dis­course in the Typografis­che Monats­blät­ter explores the influ­en­tial design jour­nal Typografis­che Monats­blät­ter from 1960 – 90. The book includes works from design­ers such as Emil Ruder, Hel­mut Schmid, Wolf­gang Wein­gart, Hans-Rudolf Lutz, Jost Hochuli and many others.

Def­i­nitely a must-have for any design­ers library.

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[Sponsor] Wallpapered

Wallpapered

As more peo­ple rely on their maps apps to help them find their way around unfa­mil­iar streets, map tech­no­log­i­cally and GPS is under­rated when it comes to appre­ci­at­ing how cool map imagery is.

Lon­don based wall­pa­per Com­pany Wall​pa​pered​.com have recog­nised the appeal of map­ping data being used as an effec­tive visual aes­thetic when con­sid­er­ing inte­rior design.
Wall­pa­pered offer a bespoke design ser­vice to cre­ate unique map wall­pa­per for your home or office.

The asso­ci­a­tions of a famil­iar or local area map brings mem­o­ries and atten­tion to maps, cre­at­ing a geo­graph­i­cal sense of aware­ness. A map fea­ture wall makes a fan­tas­tic focal point in a room and cre­ates a unique and per­sonal design ele­ment when dec­o­rat­ing your space.

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TM

TM

TM

TM

TM is a Geneva based stu­dio com­prised of David Mamie and Nicola Tode­s­chini. This duo is pump­ing out some amaz­ing work.

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If you can’t explain it sim­ply, you don’t under­stand it well enough.

– Albert Einstein

systems

systems

sys­tems is an exhi­bi­tion of com­mis­sioned poster designs and ‘60s Braun prod­ucts, that is curated by das pro­gramm and pro­duced in asso­ci­a­tion with Braun.

Thirty-four lead­ing graphic design­ers and stu­dios were invited to pro­duce a poster design on the theme of Braun sys­tems design. The list of con­trib­u­tors includes Exper­i­men­tal Jet­set, Spin, Bib­lio­thèque, Derek Kim, Neubau, almost Mod­ern, Hey, Lundgren+Lindqvist and many more. I’ve also been asked to con­tribute, which is a great honor for me to be included in such an amaz­ing group of designers.

I also designed the offi­cial web­site, which is hosted here on A1. We will be adding six new designs every­day, so be sure to check back.

The exhibit will take place from Nov. 25 – Dec. 31 at the Wal­ter Knoll show­room in Lon­don. The works will also be avail­able for pur­chase as a lim­ited edi­tion of A1 prints, indi­vid­u­ally or as a cased set.

I’m very excited to be a part of this great exhibit, and I wish I could expe­ri­ence it in per­son. Def­i­nitely check it out if you’re in the area. More info below.

Nov. 25 – Dec. 31
Wal­ter Knoll Lon­don
42, Char­ter­house Square
Lon­don EC1M 6EA
United King­dom
+44(0)20/77 96 59 50

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Neue Grafik/New Graphic Design/Graphisme actuel 1958–1965

Neue Grafik

Neue Grafik

Neue Grafik

To say I’m excited about this would be an under­state­ment. Lars Müller Pub­lish­ers will be releas­ing reprints of all 18 issues of Neue Grafik. For those of you not famil­iar with Neue Grafik, it was an influ­en­tial jour­nal on graphic design pub­lished from 1958 – 1965 by Josef Müller-Brockmann, Richard Paul Lohse, Hans Neuburg and Carlo Vivarelli. It’s essen­tially the bible for the Inter­na­tional Typo­graphic Style. You can still get your hands on orig­i­nal copies, but a sin­gle issue can cost you a few hun­dred dollars.

This reprint col­lec­tion will include com­men­tary and is set to be released in Jan­u­ary 2014. I. Can’t. Wait.