Posts Tagged with “International Typographic Style”

Kaffeepur, Edition Architektur

Neubau designed this ‘international style’ inspired packaging for Swiss coffee roaster Kaffeepur’s ‘Architecture Edition’. This series of four blends are dedicated to iconic modernist architects such as Le Corbusier, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Oscar Niemeyer and Tadao Ando.

Client: Kaffeepur GmbH
Designer: Stefan Gandl, Neubau
Typeface: NB International™ Pro Bold
Year: 2014

Neubau Kaffeepur

Neubau Kaffeepur

Neubau Kaffeepur

Neubau Kaffeepur

Verena Hennig

Verena Hennig

Verena Hennig

Verena Hennig

Verena Hennig

Verena Hennig is a German designer who started her career at Sagmeister Inc., and is now the founder and creative director of Studio Verena Hennig.

The studio specializes in industrial design, installations, print, digital, film, and has done work for brands such as Mini/BMW, Vitra, and New Museum Nbg.

I personally love her poster series for Bar Loft.

VIII Mediterranean Games Split 1979 Graphics Manual

VIII Mediterranean Games Split 1979 Graphics Manual

VIII Mediterranean Games Split 1979 Graphics Manual

VIII Mediterranean Games Split 1979 Graphics Manual

VIII Mediterranean Games Split 1979 Graphics Manual

VIII Mediterranean Games Split 1979 Graphics Manual

VIII Mediterranean Games Split 1979 Graphics Manual

VIII Mediterranean Games Split 1979 Graphics Manual

VIII Mediterranean Games Split 1979 Graphics Manual

As you know, I’m a sucker for graphics manuals. This one for the 1979 Mediterranean Games in Split is wonderful. The logo was designed by Borislav Ljubičić, and the manual was created in 1977 by the International Olympic Committee’s visual communications department.

You can see more of the manual at Designers Books.

Atelier Ernst + Ursula Hiestand

Atelier Ernst + Ursula Hiestand was formed in 1960 by Swiss designers Ernst Hiestand and Ursula Hiestand, and continued until 1981. The studio was a member of the Alliance Graphique Internationale, and in the late 60s they designed six new Swiss banknotes. Their work is inspiring.

Via Women of Graphic Design

Atelier Ernst + Ursula Hiestand

Atelier Ernst + Ursula Hiestand

Atelier Ernst + Ursula Hiestand

Atelier Ernst + Ursula Hiestand

Atelier Ernst + Ursula Hiestand

Atelier Ernst + Ursula Hiestand

Reissue of the 1975 NASA Graphics Standards Manual

NASA Graphics Manual Reissue

NASA Graphics Manual Reissue

NASA Graphics Manual Reissue

NASA Graphics Manual Reissue

Jesse Reed & Hamish Smyth, the fellas behind the wonderful 1970 NYCTA Graphics Standards Manual reissue, have announced a new Kickstarter for the reissue of the 1975 NASA Graphics Standards Manual.

The original manual was created in 1975 as part of a NASA redesign done by Richard Danne and Bruce Blackburn, and it’s an important piece of American graphic design history. I’ve been on the lookout for years for a copy of the manual, but I still haven’t be able to find one. It’s super rare. That’s what makes this project so great. The manual will now be available to the general public, so everyone will get to enjoy it.

The reissued manual will be based on the Danne’s personal copy, and should ship in March 2016. Jesse and Hamish did an incredible job on the NYCTA manual, so I’m sure this reissue will be just as good. I’m definitely backing the project.

Here are the specs:

  • Images from the original presentation to NASA by Danne & Blackburn
  • 500+ word foreword by Danne, who has provided never-before-seen materials from the DanneDesign archive
  • 2000+ word essay on the culture of NASA at the time of the manual by Christopher Bonanos
  • Approximately 5lbs (2.3kg) on earth, 0.9lbs (0.4kg) on the moon
  • 9.5 × 11.5″ (241 × 292mm)
  • 200 pages including 10 gate folds
  • 93 plates printed from high-resolution scans of Danne’s personal copy of the manual
  • CYMK + 5 Pantone® spot colors
  • Hardcover with soft touch lamination and two-color silkscreen
  • Printed in Italy
  • 100 gsm Yupo Original and Perigord Matte 135 gsm
  • Stochastic printing
  • Red head and tail bands
  • Individually packaged in static shielding pouch

Actual Size: Experimental Jetset

Experimental jetset

Cooper Hewitt in NYC is hosting a talk with Experimental Jetset on September 16th from 6:30pm to 8:00pm, at their Smithsonian Design Museum. You can get more info and reserve a spot on their website. Definitely an event you shouldn’t miss.

Cooper Hewitt welcomes acclaimed international graphic designers, Experimental Jetset, for an evening of conversation. Experimental Jetset was founded by Erwin Brinkers, Marieke Stolk, and Danny van den Dungen in Amsterdam in 1997. The designers are known for their idiosyncratic, seemingly systematic work, including the new identity for the Whitney Museum of American Art. Work by Experimental Jetset is represented in Cooper Hewitt’s permanent collection and is featured in our exhibition How Posters Work, open through January 24, 2016.