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Lo Siento

Lo Siento Lo Siento Lo Siento Lo Siento is a Barcelona based design studio producing print, web, motion and exhibition work. A lot of great stuff in their portfolio. My favorite is this leaflet for the new Design Museum of Barcelona. It's printed in 3 colors and languages.
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v-a

v-a v-a v-a v-a v-a is a design studio based in Lisbon and New York producing some wonderful work like this booklet. I especially love the big block of color for the cover, combined with the clean grid-aligned type.
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Hofstede Design

Hofstede Design Hofstede Design Hofstede Design A bunch of great new work by Australian studio Hofstede Design.
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Toko: PTW Architects

Toko PTW Architects Toko PTW Architects Toko PTW Architects Toko PTW Architects Beautiful work by Toko for PTW Architects to celebrate their 125th anniversary. Toko designed a temporary identity and 9 bilingual books showcasing the firms work.
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2015 Rationale Calendar

2015 Rationale Calendar 2015 Rationale Calendar 2015 Rationale Calendar Sean Wolcott of Rationale designed this minimal wall calendar. It comes in two version, Sans and Serif, and the dates are presented in two columns with space for notes. The spiral bound calendar measures at 11x17”, and is printed on high-quality 100# Cougar cover stock. You can purchase one here.
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NYCTA Graphics Standards Manual Limited Reissue

NYCTA Graphics Standards Manual Reissue NYCTA Graphics Standards Manual Reissue NYCTA Graphics Standards Manual Reissue NYCTA Graphics Standards Manual Reissue Remember those fellas who found an original copy of the NYC Transit Authority Graphic Standards Manual in the basement of Pentagram? Well, they're partnering with the MTA to release a limited run of manual through Kickstarter. It won't be exactly like the original manual. The original is ring bound in binder, but the reissue will feature a cloth hardcover and unaltered high-resolution scans of each page of the manual, all Smyth sewn together. It will measure 13.5” W × 13.5" H (343 x 343 mm).There will be an introduction by Michael Bierut, and an essay by New York magazine writer Christopher Bonanos. The manual will be printed in Italy on 100 and 140 gsm Munken Pure ivory offset paper. The cover, introduction, and essay headings will be set in a custom version of Standard Medium by type designer Nick Sherman, that he recreated from the photographs of the original manual. This is a great way to get this wonderful piece of design history in the hands of more people. I've backed it.
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Cartlidge Levene

Cartlidge Levene Cartlidge Levene Cartlidge Levene Cartlidge Levene A lot of great work from London based design studio, Cartlidge Levene.
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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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Uwe Loesch

Uwe Loesch Uwe Loesch is a German designer born in 1943 in Dresden, Germany, and studied graphic design at the Peter-Behrens Academy in Duesseldorf. He's a member of AGI - Alliance Graphique Internationale and has a collection at the MoMA. Most of his work focuses on poster design, and he's done some great work.
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City Sense Platform Branding

City Sense Platform City Sense Platform City Sense Platform I really love the color palette and the overlaying of elements in this branding design by Irene Shkarovska.
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Business Cards of Minimal Designers

Brockmann Rand Business Cards I found this image while surfing around this morning. Don't know about authenticity, but supposedly, these are the business cards of Josef Müller-Brockmann, Paul Rand, Adrian Frutiger and Helmut Schmid. I've seen the Paul Rand card before, so that one could be legit. Either way, these are lovely. The Frutiger card is definitely the least functional. Update: Michael Bierut confirmed on Twitter that the Rand and Müller-Brockmann are the real deal.
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Dot Zero – Issue 1

Dot Zero Issue 1 Dot Zero Issue 1 Dot Zero Issue 1 Dot Zero was a quarterly by Unimark in partnership with Finch Paper that focused on the theory and practice of visual communication. Only five issues were published between 1966 and 1968, and Massimo Vignelli was the designer and creative director of the magazine. Vignelli wanted to make the design exciting, but simple, so he set all type in only two weights of Helvetica and everything printed in black and white. Michael Bierut interviewed Vignelli about the magazine. Some nice insights on how the publication came about, and its production. The folks at Rationale Design have made available a hi-res PDF of issue 1 of Dot Zero, and you can see some photos of issue 2 here.