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David King had one of the most remarkable graphic design careers of the 20th century. If his name is unfamiliar, it's not for lack of success, but rather that

How Designer, Activist + Historian David King Defined a Visual Style for the Left

David King had one of the most remarkable graphic design careers of the 20th century. If his name is unfamiliar, it’s not for lack of success, but rather that his accomplishments were incredibly varied and took him away from the mainstream design industry—first towards political activism, then final

Mulheres Míticas em Performance - Fonts In Use

Mulheres Míticas em Performance

The book Mulheres Míticas em performance (“Mythical women in performance”) celebrates the sixth anniversary of the theatre group Mulheres Míticas through the publication of two plays, O Deszerto (“The Wilderness”, by Felipe Cordeiro and Gabriela Figueiredo, inspire

The Graduates continued! Meet some more of the class of 2020

The Graduates continued! Meet some more of the class of 2020

The Graduates continued! Meet some more of the class of 2020

The Type covers the history, development, conventions and transcultural contexts of Chinese typography in three new volumes

The Type covers the history, development, conventions and transcultural contexts of Chinese typography in three new volumes

The Type covers the history, development, conventions and transcultural contexts of Chinese typography in three new volumes

Paneland. Největší československý experiment - Fonts In Use

Paneland. Největší československý experiment

Paneland. Největší československý experiment (“The Greatest Czechoslovak Experiment”) was an exhibition curated by Rostislav Koryčánek and shown at the Moravian Gallery in Brno from 24 November 2017 to 18 March 2018. It focused on the “panelák”, a type of prefabri

“I kind of hate the idea of expectation”: Jacob Rochester likes to shake things up with his exquisitely painted works

The LA-based artist and designer talks us through two recent projects, the importance of good collaboration and what influences him creatively.

Atelier Pol’s catalogue for ‘MASK’ presents the uses of masks throughout society, history and culture — The Brand Identity

Atelier Pol’s catalogue for ‘MASK’ presents the uses of masks throughout society, history and culture — The Brand Identity

Atelier Pol’s catalogue for ‘MASK’ presents the uses of masks throughout society, history and culture — The Brand Identity

THE INBOX: Five new projects including BST Architects by BETTY + BETTY — The Brand Identity

THE INBOX: Five new projects including BST Architects by BETTY + BETTY — The Brand Identity

THE INBOX: Five new projects including BST Architects by BETTY + BETTY — The Brand Identity

The Designers: Gunnar Harrison of Actual Source on research, personal projects and more — The Brand Identity

The Designers: Gunnar Harrison of Actual Source on research, personal projects and more — The Brand Identity

The Designers: Gunnar Harrison of Actual Source on research, personal projects and more — The Brand Identity

Sunny Tianqing Li (@sunny.design) • Instagram photos and videos

Sunny Tianqing Li on Instagram: “Arte Luise Hotel 2020_identity system_6/10_look book: Hotel Room Highlights #brandidentity #identitysystem #branding #graphicdesign…”

Sunny Tianqing Li (@sunny.design) • Instagram photos and videos

Forget about success or failure, learning is the key for graphic designer Sunny Li

Forget about success or failure, learning is the key for graphic designer Sunny Li

Forget about success or failure, learning is the key for graphic designer Sunny Li

Before 2008 AIGA Medalist Gail Anderson was Art Director for Rolling Stone or a designer for the Boston Globe or Vintage Books at Random House, she was a soon

A Peek into the Portfolios of Susan Kare, Aaron Douglas, Push-Pin Studios + More

Before 2008 AIGA Medalist Gail Anderson was Art Director for Rolling Stone or a designer for the Boston Globe or Vintage Books at Random House, she was a soon-to-be graduate of SVA in search of her first job outside of school. Back in the mid-1980s, her design work was still just a collection of stu

Before 2008 AIGA Medalist Gail Anderson was Art Director for Rolling Stone or a designer for the Boston Globe or Vintage Books at Random House, she was a soon-to-be graduate of SVA in search of her first job outside of school. Back in the mid-1980s, her design work was still just a collection of stu

A Peek into the Portfolios of Susan Kare, Aaron Douglas, Push-Pin Studios + More

Before 2008 AIGA Medalist Gail Anderson was Art Director for Rolling Stone or a designer for the Boston Globe or Vintage Books at Random House, she was a soon-to-be graduate of SVA in search of her first job outside of school. Back in the mid-1980s, her design work was still just a collection of stu

Familiar are the exquisite dips and curlicues of traditional Arabic calligraphy, but what is known of the rich history of modern typography and design? Throughout the mid-20th century, the region, in particular Lebanon, experienced a boom in homegrown graphics, often while social and political unres

The Bold Graphics and Hidden Stories Behind the Golden Age of Lebanese Film

Familiar are the exquisite dips and curlicues of traditional Arabic calligraphy, but what is known of the rich history of modern typography and design? Throughout the mid-20th century, the region, in particular Lebanon, experienced a boom in homegrown graphics, often while social and political unres

borshch 6 coming home (Helena Hauff)

borshch 6 coming home (Helena Hauff)

Lately, everything’s been weird. The feeling of vulnerability, fragmentation of time, space and memory, lack of solid ground. It’s time to listen, improvise, and feel again. For many musicians, it’s also been time to return to where they started, come back home, and remember what mattered before they grew up. In our co

borshch 6 coming home (Bill Kouligas)

borshch 6 coming home (Bill Kouligas)

Lately, everything’s been weird. The feeling of vulnerability, fragmentation of time, space and memory, lack of solid ground. It’s time to listen, improvise, and feel again. For many musicians, it’s also been time to return to where they started, come back home, and remember what mattered before they grew up. In our co