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Illustrated essays about visual culture by Rick Poynor
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Film poster by Hans Hillmann for Jean-Luc Godard’s Une femme est une femme (A Woman is a Woman), 1970 (film released 1961). From the essay: Posters by Hans Hillmann for Jean-Luc Godard’s Films designobserver.co...
Perfect Posters, German Posters, Picture-Black Posters, Posters Graphics, A Woman, Estes Woman, Hillmann Posters, Film Posters, These Links
Hans Hillmann poster for Une femme est une femme (A Woman is a Woman), 1970
Une femme est une femme ["Eine Frau ist eine Frau"] (Jean-Luc Godard, 1961; German poster), designed by Hans Hillmann, 1970
Posters by Hans Hillmann for Jean-Luc Godard’s Films
A spread from Guide de la France mystérieuse, published by Tchou, Paris, 1964. Letter E and collage by Roman Cieslewicz. From the essay: The Mysteries of France: A Gothic Guidebook designobserver.co...
Eastern Europe, Gothic, Design Ideas, Books Design, Mystery9 Jpg 750 768, France Mystérieus, Design Observational, Editorial Design, Europe Editorial
The Mysteries of France: A Gothic Guidebook: Design Observer
The Mysteries of France: A Gothic Guidebook
A spread from Chris Marker's book Commentaires 1, published by Éditions du Seuil, Paris, 1967. From the essay: The Filmic Page: Chris Marker's Commentaires. observatory.desig...
Books Commentair, Books Design, Chris Markers, Markers Books, Markers Commentair, Commentair Spreads
Chris Marker Commentaires spread
Cover of Pour une critique du design graphique, published by Éditions B42, 2012. Design: deValence. From the essay: Updating the Maps of Graphic Design History
Books Covers, Critique Du, For, Graphics Design, Design Graphiqu, De Smet, Une Critique, Catherine Zeta-Jon, Catherine De
Catherine de Smet - Pour une critique du design graphique
Updating the Maps of Graphic Design History
Works That Work magazine, edited and published by Peter Bil’ak, 2013. Design: Atelier Carvalho Bernau. From the essay: The Practical Virtue of Works That Work
Work Magazines, Design Magazines, Bastards Chairs, La Hay, Graphics Design, The Hagu, Michael Wolf, Magazines Covers, Work La
Works That Work, Winter #Graphic Design| http://graphicdesigncollections119.blogspot.com
magazinewall: Works That Work (La Haye / The Hague, Pays-Bas / Netherlands)
Michael Wolf: bastard chairs of china
Works That Work magazine
WORKS THAT WORK - Design Magazine with new business model: The idea is that readers buy copies at a discount from one of the publisher’s “hubs” — seven is the minimum order — and sell them to bookstores. After the bookstore’s cut, the reader’s profit should be 10 to 25 percent of the cover price of each copy.
Onward Christian Soldiers screen print, Australia, 1979. Design: Michael Callaghan and others, Redback Graphix. From the essay: Inkahoots and Socially Concerned Design: Part 1
Christian Soldiers, Onward Christian
Inkahoots and Socially Concerned Design: Part 1
No Vacancy poster for Inner Brisbane Housing Network, Australia, 2000. Design: Inkahoots. From the essay: Inkahoots and Socially Concerned Design: Part 2
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Inkahoots and Socially Concerned Design: Part 2: Observatory: Design Observer
Inkahoots and Socially Concerned Design: Part 2
Festival of Youth! poster, France, 1976. Design: Grapus with Michel Quarez. From the essay: Utopian Image: Politics and Posters
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By Grapus, 1 9 7 8, Grapus, La fête de la jeunesse (youth festival), France.
1976 Michel Quarez Affiche pour la fête de la jeunesse communiste à Ivry (avec Grapus) #Poster
Utopian Image: Politics and Posters: Observatory: Design Observer
Poster design: Dignidad Rebelde, 2011. From the essay: Why the Activist Poster is Here to Stay
Union Thug, Dust Jackets, Cervant Union, Posters Design, Graphics Design, Design Observational, Resistance Posters, Activists Posters, Dust Covers
Why the Activist Poster is Here to Stay: Observatory: Design Observer #activism #occupy
Melanie Cervantes "Union Thug"
Signal no. 2, 2012, published by PM Press. Design: Alec Dunn & Josh MacPhee. Illustration: Røde Mor. From the essay: Sending Signals about Political Graphics
Politics Graphics, International Politics, Comic Books, Colour Graphics, Send Signals, Design Observational, 2012 Design, Culture, Observational Mobiles
Signal: a journal about international political graphics: Observatory: Design Observer Mobile
Signal: A Journal of International Political Graphics & Culture
'sending signals about political graphics' - rick poyner, 2012 [design observer review article of signal: a journal about international political graphics no.2; the use of art and communication in political struggles]
Cover of the monograph Wim Crouwel — Mode en module, published by 010, 1997. Design: Karel Martens and Jaap van Triest. From the essay: Wim Crouwel: The Ghost in the Machine
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Could the dot/dot matrix be a style for NW? Wim Crouwel: The Ghost in the Machine: Observatory: Design Observer
Hugues C. Boekraad, Frederike Huygen "Wim Crouwel - Mode en module", 010 Publishers, 1997
Image style for Gridspace
KAREL MARTENS & JAAP VAN TRIEST, WIM CROUWEL — MODE EN MODULE 1997: cover of the crouwel monograph.
Modern Poetry in Translation magazine, Spring 1975. Design: Richard Hollis. From the essay: The Enduring Influence of Richard Hollis
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Richard Hollis Design
Cover of Graphic Design: Now in Production, Walker Art Center, 2011. Catalogue concept: Andrew Blauvelt and Emmet Byrne. Design: Michael Aberman. From the essay: Read All That? You Must be Kidding Me
Graphic Design, Books Covers, Rob Giampietro, Graphics Design, Art Center, Ian Albinson, Ellen Lupton, Andrew Blauvelt, Products
Interested in the chapter by Peter Hall. Graphic Design: Now In Production: Ian Albinson, Rob Giampietro, Andrew Blauvelt, Ellen Lupton: 9780935640984: Amazon.com: Books
book cover for GDNIP exhibition.
Blauvelt, Andrew, Ellen Lupton, and Rob Giampietro. Graphic Design: Now in Production. Minneapolis, MN: Walker Art Center, 2011. Print.
Poster for The Walking Dead, television series developed by Frank Darabont, 2010. From the essay: How We Learned to Live with Zombies
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Extra Large Movie Poster Image for The Walking Dead
The Walking Dead is based off of the graphic novel. The tv series is one of the number one shows. It's super gory fallows the novels pretty closely and an extremely good cast
THE WALKING DEAD - Season 1 | TV Series | Andrew Lincoln, Norman Reedus, Sarah Wayne Callies, Steven Yeun, Jon Bernthal, Laurie Holden, Jeffrey DeMunn, IronE Singleton, Melissa McBride, Emma Bell | Genre: Horror, Drama | Country: USA | Year: 2010 | #TheWalkingDead #tv #zombie
The Walking Dead. First appeared as a comic book/graphic novel, the Walking Dead has now been adapted as a TV series on AMC. The reason why I love this show is because of how graphic and realistic they portray this new reality. It has movie quality acting, and effects.
The Walking Dead! cant wait for this to start again!
How We Learned to Live with Zombies
Cover of In the Aeroplane Over the Sea (album by Neutral Milk Hotel), book no. 29, Continuum, 2005. From the essay: On My Shelf: Continuum's 33 1/3 Series
Books, Plane, Neutral Milk Hotels, C66 2005, Shelves, Sea Album, The Sea
"In The Aeroplane Over The Sea" ML421.N44 C66 2005
On My Shelf: Continuum’s 33 1/3 Series
April Greiman with Jayme Odgers, Wet magazine cover, 1979. Source: Victoria and Albert Museum, London. From the essay: Did We Ever Stop Being Postmodern?
Retro Renovation, Digital Art, Google Search, April Greiman, Interiors Design, Wet Magazines, Graphics Design, Magazines Covers, 1980S Interiors
April Greiman and Jayme Odgers, Wet Magazine: postmodern graphic design
April Greiman and Jayme Odgers. Wet, magazine cover, USA, 1979
April Greiman (born 1948) is a designer. During the 1970s, she rejected the belief among many contemporary designers that computers and digitalization would compromise the International Style; instead, she exploited pixelation and other digitization "errors" as integral parts of digital art, a position she has held throughout her career. Influenced by the International Style and by Weingart's introduction to the style later known as New Wave, an aesthetic less reliant on Modernist heritage.
memphis graphic design style - Google Search
Poster for Forms of Inquiry/Iaspis Forum, 2009. Design: Jonas Williamsson. From the essay: A Swedish Perspective on Critical Practice
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Print before you think! <3 | This inspired Main Design! | www.lynnemain.com | #graphic #design #printer
Think before you print. From GRAPHIC PORN
A Swedish Perspective on Critical Practice: Observatory: Design Observer
A Swedish Perspective on Critical Practice
Cover of The Dictionary of Visual Language, written and designed by Philip Thompson and Peter Davenport, Penguin, 1982. From the essay: Books Every Graphic Designer Should Read