Here’s another stunning piece by Soulellis Studio. This booklet for Cornell University is printed on Sappi’s McCoy Silk paper in the vibrant Pantone 3965, with text set in Lyon Text. Lovely, I need to get a copy.
Soulellis Studios has recently printed up this fall 2008 events poster for Cornell University’s College of Architecture, Art and Planning. Their work for the university is simple gorgeous and inspiring. What interests me the most is how they’ve been using the fluorescent Pantone range for most of the work. Once printed, the colors are spectacular and really bring extra life to the designs. The print in the photo above is using Pantone 807 which is a vibrant purple.
I love it. So much so that I’m going to use one of the colors for a 2009 calendar that I have in the works. So stay tuned for that.
Since I’m a full blooded Italiano, I drink espresso like there was no tomorrow. I love it in the morning, I love it in the afternoon and I love it after dinner. My wedding favor was a nice espresso machine I imported from Italy with a bag of ground espresso. I love it ok!?
So imagine how excited I was when I saw this awesome set of Pantone espresso cups. Then imagine how pissed I was when I found out that they’re only available in the UK. W2 Products doesn’t ship outside the EU and I can’t seem to find anyone in the US that carried them. F-ing great!
Andrew Townsend notified me that his self published book Previous/Next in on sale for the bargain price of £5. The book is a collection of experiments and projects by Wig-01, which is made up of Andrew Townsend and James Warfield.
There are only a few copies left so if you want one send an email to:
Here’s a beautiful Pantone like calendar by Moritz Zwimpfer where each day is a different color. You can purchase one of these at You Work For Them
Details: Following the huge success of the Colour Calendar 2007, here is the Colour Calendar 2008 – and every day once again gets its own special color from Switzerland’s design genius, Moritz Zwimpfer. This appealing, spiral-bound desk calendar is a bit like a Pantone book with room for notes; each day’s color brings its own scent, taste and sound, the implications of memory, the possibilities of the future. A beautiful little object, impeccably printed, for the desk or attaché case of a design aficionado, promising enjoyment long after 2008 is history. The appendix includes a calendar overview for 2008-2009, Pantone codes for the 365 colors, and blank pages for memos.
Dimensions: 4.75″ x 6″ (inches)
Languages: English & German
Ever wish there were a way to mix just the right amount of milk in your coffee or tea each time you brew a cup? I know I do! The clever bastards at Suck UK have created MyCuppa, mugs with Pantone-like swatches on the instead to use a a guide when mixing in milk. Too bad they are all sold out cause I freakin’ want one!