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Hort: City By Landscape

Hort City by Landscape

Hort City by Landscape

Hort City by Landscape

Hort City by Landscape

Hort designed a pub­li­ca­tion made up of six books for Rainer Schmidt Land­schaft­sar­chitek­ten + Stadt­planer that high­lights the firms work. Each book is a vari­ant of the B series paper for­mat and the typog­ra­phy and com­po­si­tion are scaled pro­por­tion­ally to the for­mat of each book.

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Inventory Magazine

Inventory Stationery

Inventory Stationery

Inventory Stationery

Inventory Stationery

Inventory Stationery

Inventory Stationery

I love this sta­tionery and pack­ag­ing design for Inven­tory Mag­a­zine. It was designed by Inventory’s Art & Design Direc­tor Anthony Hooper. The combo of black, white, kraft and the serif type­face give it an ele­gant and crafted look.

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Circular Calendar

Circular Calendar

Circular Calendar

Circular Calendar

The Cir­cu­lar Cal­en­dar is designed by Ger­man designer, Sören Lach­nit, and fea­tures a yel­low form in the mid­dle of the cal­en­dar that rep­re­sents the pos­si­ble sun hours fifty degrees north of the equa­tor. It also includes the phases of the moon, the sol­stices, and space for notes.

Print­ing tech­nol­ogy: Off­set print
Paper: Printed on 170g/m² silk fin­ish paper
Dimen­sions: 841 mm x 1189 mm (33.11 x 46.81 inches)

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Shift Lab

Shift Lab Card

Shift Lab Card

Min­i­mal and beau­ti­ful busi­ness card for Shift Lab, crafted by the tal­ented folks at Stu­dio on Fire. I’ve been a fan of their work for some time now, and I think I need to get some cards printed by them.

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Colorplan

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Made Thought has rebranded the Col­or­plan paper line by GF Smith with a nice swatch­book and web­site. Dig it.

To Have And To Hold

Vintage Bags

Sorry for the silence. Sandy took out my power, so haven’t had much inter­net access. I hope every­one in the NYC area made it through the storm ok.

Now for some design good­ness. To Have And To Hold is an awe­some Tum­blr that fea­tures a col­lec­tion of paper bags from the 70’s and 80’s. The col­lec­tion is part of the Pre­ston Poly­tech­nic ephemera archive and is housed in their Library. Pretty cool.

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Build Stationery

Build Stationery

Build just did up a new set of sta­tionery for them­selves and it’s absolutely stun­ning. Foil-blocked metal­lic Green and gloss Black (includ­ing Black foil on the inside of the envelopes) on Col­or­plan White Frost.

Grazing at Design Museum

Grazing Design Museum

Love this flyer design by Mash Cre­ative to pro­mote Design Museum’s new cafe Graz­ing. The fly­ers can be cut along the cen­ter line and one side can be redeemed for a free hot drink voucher. They’re dig­i­tally printed in white ink on 350gsm GFSmith Col­or­plan Bright Red, Pur­ple, turquoise and Fac­tory Yellow.

Tent London Directory

Tent London Directory

A lovely direc­tory designed by Marc&Anna for the Lon­don Design Festival’s Tent Lon­don show. The type­face used is F37 Bella by Rick Banks. I also love the use of the pink/salmon paper.

Bianca Chang

Bianca chang

Stun­ning. This is a series of paper cutouts by Aus­tralian designer, Bianca Chang. The 3-dimensional let­ter­forms are cre­ated with mul­ti­ple sheets of 80gsm paper. These much be really amaz­ing in per­son. The form must change depend­ing on the angle of view.

Hugo & Cat - The BLK Book

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Uk agency Hugo & Cat ini­tially designed and pro­duced the BLK Book as a Christ­mas gift for their clients. I’m lucky enough to have an early copy and it’s a superbly crafted book that just makes you want to crack it open and take a big whiff of the glue, ink and paper. It’s pieces like this that make me love the printed medium.

The book is hand fin­ished in heavy ebony Col­or­plan paper, printed with gold and white foil by Gen­er­a­tion Press.

The BLK Book will soon be avail­able for purchase.

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Ben Jennings

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Keep­ing with the Aussie theme, the work of Ben Jen­nings has recently caught my eye, specif­i­cally this busi­ness card he designed as part of an iden­tity for Top Shelf. I absolutely love the atten­tion to detail here, with the blind print and the thin line of color in the card stock. The type is set in Farn­ham and printed on Stephen – Smart White (330gsm ×2) / Curi­ous Metal­lic – Bronze Ore (250gsm).