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NEWWORK Magazine Issue #5


Issue #5 of the beau­ti­fully designed NEWWORK Mag­a­zine by Stu­dio NEWWORK is now avail­able. This issue fea­tures con­tri­bu­tions by Rudolf Hostet­tler, Jost Hochuli, TGG Hafen Senn Stieger GMBH, Gas­ton Isoz, Jür­gen Berg­bauer, Taka Mayumi, and Lil­lian Bassman.        

Lacoste: The Element Of Style



There’s some­thing about the Lacoste brand and prod­ucts that I love:  they’re well-designed, detailed and min­i­mal. So I’m excited to see that these con­cepts were extended to their new book, Lacoste: The Ele­ment Of Style by Olivier Mar­got. The book presents the visual his­tory of this clas­sic brand in a well-designed pack­age. I per­son­ally love the sim­ple design of the cover — which comes in 5 dif­fer­ent color-ways — and the can­vas texture.

I did some quick search­ing and couldn’t find any info on the designer of the book. I won­der if Lacoste did it themselves.

You can grab a copy of the book from Ama­zon or Assouline.


Carine Collin


Ele­gant work by French designer Carine Collin. Sim­ple and clean but yet very detailed. I also love the website.        

Anouk Rehorek


Even though I’ve never done it, I love mag­a­zine design. Some­thing about see­ing a well-designed spread get’s my cre­ative juices flow­ing. It’s unfor­tu­nate that the mag­a­zine indus­try is hurt­ing because I’d hate to lose all the great creative.

Some of the best mag­a­zine designs I’ve seen are by Swiss graphic designer, Anouk Rehorek. His use of black and white color along with serif type is stun­ning and the way he inte­grates imagery really cre­ates a per­fect balance.        

NEWWORK Magazine Issue #4


Issue #4 of the excel­lent NEWWORK Mag­a­zine by Stu­dio NEWWORK is now avail­able. This issue fea­tures con­tri­bu­tions by Albert Wat­son, Wolf­gang Wein­gart, Bruno Monguzzi, Julian Abram Wain­wright, Robert Longo, and Werner Jeker.        

Voice Over Magazine

A lovely pub­li­ca­tion by Iaspis and Stern­berg Press that exam­ines stag­ing, the­atri­cal­ity, and per­for­ma­tive strate­gies in con­tem­po­rary art practices.

Art direc­tion and designed by Ste­fa­nia Malm­sten and Ulrika Hell­berg, Voice Over’s gor­geous cover is printed in sil­ver foil and the entire mag­a­zine is set in Chron­i­cle Text and Chron­i­cle Dis­play by Hoe­fler & Frere-Jones.

Over­all this is stun­ning work, the inte­rior lay­outs are to die for.

Via FPO        

80 Magazine

I’m back in action folks, sorry for the short hiatus.

While I was away I came across this new blog called 80 Mag­a­zine that fea­tures clas­sic design and typog­ra­phy from the 50’s and 60’s. It instantly has become one of my favorite blogs to read by fea­tur­ing work by Ger­st­ner, Brock­mann, Lohse, Crouwel and Emil Ruder, who’s poster is pic­tured above.

The blog has a lot of pieces that I’ve never seen, includ­ing this col­lec­tion of posters by Emil Ruder.    



Awe­some new work by the tal­ented bunch at Bunch.

They’ve designed ‘TEN’, the lat­est pro­mo­tional stock book for Igepa paper mer­chant, after Mil­ton Glaser’s essay* ‘Ten Things I Have Learned’. The lim­ited edi­tion of 300 presents a cross sec­tion of paper stocks avail­able from the paper mer­chant.



A2/SW/HK is a Lon­don based stu­dio that con­sists of Scott Williams & Hen­rik Kubel. The duo are pump­ing out exquis­ite work evi­dent in their online port­fo­lio. Fan­tas­tic and inspir­ing work.        



Bris­tol based form Thir­teen has com­piled a superb port­fo­lio filled with work that will get your design juices flow­ing. Each piece is pre­cisely designed and extremely inspirational.        

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File Magazine


I’m dig­ging this.

File Mag­a­zine is a bi-annual pub­li­ca­tion that focuses on graphic design, art and visual com­mu­ni­ca­tion and includes a DVD that fea­tures shorts, videos, inter­views and more. Each issue also fea­tures a lim­ited edi­tion print.

They’ve just released their first issue which can be pur­chased for £6.50.    

Design Business Review


Have you ever wanted to learn more about the busi­ness side of the design indus­try? Well this new print-on-demand pub­li­ca­tion by Fwis will help you do just that. Design Busi­ness Review gives busi­ness advice and will teach you how to get a job, win clients, and sur­vive the reces­sion. A valu­able resource for those new to the indus­try and sea­soned vets.

The first issue fea­tures an inter­view with Michael Beirut and an arti­cle by Dress Code. You can pur­chase it from Lulu for $13.50.