Led by Gabriel Ricioppo, the internal design team at fashion boutique Need Supply have created a stellar brand identity. Their latest creation is this Spring catalogue that’s beautifully executed. What I love the most is the great photography, which Gabriel told me was all shot on film. You can see all the spreads here.
To coincide with the upcoming Wim Crouwel exhibit at the Design Museum, Unit Editions has published this excellent catalogue that celebrates the work on this design legend.
The catalogue includes Crouwel’s posters, catalogues, documents, manuals, stamps and personal photographs, as well as an interview with him conducted by Tony Brook of Spin.
It’s available now at Unit Editions.
Peter of The Luxury of Protest has emailed me about this folded A3 catalogue he and Karin von Ompteda designed for the Royal College of Art. On one side the catalogue highlights seven students representing the seven different schools that comprise Research RCA department.
On the other, the entire student body is visually represent through an information visualization that shows the distribution of all Research students across departments. Each student was recorded with regard to school, department, degree type (MPhil or PhD), project type (Project or Thesis), status (Part or Full-Time), nationality and relationships to collaborators and funding agencies (arched connection lines).
Set in Akkurat and Didot and offset printed in single color (PMS Black) with yellow gold foil stamp on Arjo Wiggins Curious Metallics White Gold 120 gsm paper.
Gorgeous. Wouldn’t expect anything less from Peter.
David over at SeptemberIndustry spotted this gem on Experimental Jetset’s Myspace page. A gorgeous set of print work EJ did for an Heimo Zobernig exhibition in Bordeaux. The work includes an A2 folded to A5 Invitation, A4 Catalog and a massive poster.
I love how the minimal design really makes the poster stand out in a public environment. Exceptionally strong and stunning visual.
A lovely collection of clean, sophisticated work by London based agency, William Hall. Picture above is a catalogue for painter Robert Ryman.
Graphic designer Povilas Utovka has a small but excellent portfolio. Would love to see more work from this talent.
On a side note, I’ll be on vacation for the next two weeks so the posts might get a little sparse.