Posts Tagged with “graphic”

We Shall See

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Some nice work by Chris Grey.

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New Museum Branding

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I’m lovin’ the branding that Wolff Olins created for the New Museum in NYC using the typeface Neographik. I have to head down there and check this place out. Read more about it at Creative Review and Brand New.        

Post Expose

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Post Expose is a screen printing and design collective in Long Island City, NY that offers screen printing services, classes, lectures, rentals and also hosts some great exhibits. What’s really interesting about Post Expose is that it allows artists and designers to share tools, space and knowledge.

It’s was started by graphic artist Sarah Mead who I had the pleasure to met this weekend. She’s awesome and knows a ton about screen printing and typography. I passed by on Saturday to go over some project details with Sarah and I ended up staying for 3 hours. We just chatted about design, printing and typography the entire time and I quickly found out that Sarah is just as obsessed with the grid system as I am. If you are in the area definitely stop by to check the place out and say hello. It’s worth it.        

The Pelican Project

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Excellent gallery of Pelican books ranging from the 1930’s to the 1980’s and organized by year. The covers designed in the 60’s and 70’s are my favorites.

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Thinking For A Living Booklet

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Here’s a recent addition to the AisleOne Bookshelf.

Created for the Dallas Society of Visual Communications 3rd Annual National Student Show & Conference, this companion booklet to thinkingforaliving.org was created by BBDK’s creative director Duane King. Sized at 6″ x 9″ and consisting of 42 pages, the booklet is printed on salmon colored newsprint using only Cyan and Magenta. It’s absolutely gorgeous in person and a must for any collection. Duane did an excellent job. You can purchase at copy at You Work For Them.

You can view more photos of the booklet on my Flickr page

Also, don’t forget to check out my interview with Duane King.