Graphic design exhibitions, etc.
Ken Briggs exhibition installation, 2009. See Fraser Muggeridge’s tribute to Briggs on the Eye blog, eyem.ag/LPprkW
Eye Magazine | Blog | Ken Briggs: 1931-2013
Getting ready for the hyperbolic new Design Museum in Albertopolis, www.eyemagazine.c...
Silent poster sale on Wed 2 May. Simple and effective. Don't be afraid of simplicity in design - it's often the most effective. It's a hard push to sell this to clients! We are bombarded with so much - why would a simpler approach not work? Once the concept is sound, it's often the most successful way to communicate a message. Hmmm, I think I will back this up with some nice simple effective designs! From Eye Events, http://eyem.ag/EyeEvents also, http://silentpostersale.tumblr.com/
6.Children crossing sign, designed by Margaret Calvert and Jock Kinneir for the Ministry of Transport, 1964 © From British Design, 1948-2012, V
Above: Composition C (no.III), with Red, Yellow and Blue, 1935. © 2012 Mondrian/ Holtzman Trust c/o HCR International Washington DC. from ‘Mondrian / Nicholson: in Parallel’, The Courtauld Gallery, Somerset House, Strand, London WC2R 0RN until 20 May 2012
Bauhaus Style was another major and influential movement in Graphic Design History. Also one of Inkedup's favorite era's in design, and not to mention, the Bauhaus typeface - a beautiful classic typeface. It's form is so fluid - the first of it's kind really. Bauhaus exhibition at the Barbican in London
image from FUEL: Russian Criminal Tattoo Encyclopaedia 27 April > June 16 2012 Galerie Max Hetzler, Oudenarder Straße 16-20, D-13347 Berlin, Germany.