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Fashion Shoot: Septime Webre’s Alice in Wonderland,  Washington Ballet. Creative  Art Direction by Jake Lefebure and Pum Lefebure of Design Army. Photography by Dean Alexander.

Fashion Shoot: Septime Webre’s Alice in Wonderland, Washington Ballet. Creative Art Direction by Jake Lefebure and Pum Lefebure of Design Army. Photography by Dean Alexander.

the red background can be taken to signify either  love or aggression, and i think the bold contrast really helps all of the elements to play off of each other well.

the red background can be taken to signify either love or aggression, and i think the bold contrast really helps all of the elements to play off of each other well.

This book cover is so simple yet so strong. I love the idea of the 'A' peering over the blue 'water' to represent the sharks fin.

This book cover is so simple yet so strong. I love the idea of the 'A' peering over the blue 'water' to represent the sharks fin.

Paul Rand's relentless passion for corporate identity helped shape the American business landscape in the 1960s. The height of corporate identity design owed much to the unwavering pursuit of Paul Rand to make advertising more than just billboards. He worked in the field until the day that he died, at the age of 82.

Paul Rand's relentless passion for corporate identity helped shape the American business landscape in the 1960s. The height of corporate identity design owed much to the unwavering pursuit of Paul Rand to make advertising more than just billboards. He worked in the field until the day that he died, at the age of 82.

Paul Rand, "modern Art in Your Life" cover, 1949. – "Readership surveys demonstrate the magnetic force of humor in […] in a multitude of miscellaneous design problems. The reference is not principally to cartoon strip advertisements, nor to out-and-out gags, but to a more subtle variety, one indigenous to the design itself and achieved by means of juxtaposition, association, size, relationship, proportion, space, or special handling." #humor #blackandred #opposing #moodline #composition

Paul Rand, "modern Art in Your Life" cover, 1949. – "Readership surveys demonstrate the magnetic force of humor in […] in a multitude of miscellaneous design problems. The reference is not principally to cartoon strip advertisements, nor to out-and-out gags, but to a more subtle variety, one indigenous to the design itself and achieved by means of juxtaposition, association, size, relationship, proportion, space, or special handling." #humor #blackandred #opposing #moodline #composition

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