Posts Tagged with “publications”

Schaffter Sahli

Schaffter sahli

Some nice work by Geneva based studio, Schaffter Sahli.

Process Journal Edition 5

Process Journal Edition 5

Edition 5 of the excellent Process Journal is now out and it sports a new design: a more flexible grid, updated captioning, new contents page and a brand new cover.

Edition Five contributors include: Christopher Doyle, Thomas Williams, Farrow, Aesop, Winkreative, Moving Brands, Holt Design, Gavillet & Rust, HORT, The International Office, L2M3, Xavier Encinas and Research & Development.

Process also has a new photo stream featuring some behind the scenes images of the publication being printed.

Jung + Wenig

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I really loved this poster for it’s International Typographic Style look, but then I quicklyrealized that it’s very similar to another poster that I love. Hmmm.

Anyway, design studio Jung + Wenig has a solid portfolio worth checking out.        

Process Journal

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Process Journal is a quarterly design publication by Australian studio Hunt, that highlights the very best of Australian and International design.

The first edition features work by Unit Editions, Heydays, Norm, Spin, Kim Holtermand, and more.

The journal is printed on Knight Velluem stock using a 4 Colour Process with blind emboss. It looks stunning in the photos, and must be amazing in person. You can pick one up for $25.        

Bauen+Wohnen

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Bauen+Wohnen / Building+Home / Construction+Habitation was a Swiss architectural magazine that existed from. Richard Paul Lohse was responsible for the design from 1947-1956, and in 1952 he designed a special version for the German market that featured his trademark overlay style.

A recurring theme that I’m beginning to notice with classic Swiss Style design is the use of color to identify each magazine issue. Helmut Schmid also did it with his redesign of Die Neue Gesellschaft, and we’ve seem to have lost this simple, but beautiful approach to visual identity. You really don’t see this type of thinking with mainstream publications today. Instead, you’re bombarded with headline-cluttered covers that confuse you instead of inviting you. There are exceptions, though.

Anyway, this collection designed by Lohse is breathtaking and upon seeing these covers I’ve immediately begun the hunt to find them. Joe Kral has uploaded his collection to his Flickr Page and you can get more info on the magazine here and here.        

Roger Willems

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Here’s some lovely work by Dutch designer Roger Willems. I’m particularly fond of these covers for the architectural publication, OverHolland. The bold colors, obvious grid and solid typography give these covers a classic feel as if they’re right out of the 60s era.