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mentaltimetraveller:

louise bourgeois, Untitled, 2005

mentaltimetraveller:

louise bourgeois, Untitled, 2005

(via vjeranski)

womenofgraphicdesign:

type-lover:

De Vitrine Gallery
by Marta Veludo

Marta Veludo in collaboration with Sue Doeksen 

design-is-fine:

Wolfgang Weingart, Q, design alternatives for the cover of the magazine Design Quarterly, 1995, Xerography. Museum für Gestaltung Zürich, Graphic Collection, 📷 U. Romito, © ZHdK

Upcoming exhibition: Weingart Typografie 5 May - 28 Sept 2014

(via twentysixtypes)

cross-connect:

Stanley Casselman

Stanley Casselman received a Bachelors of Art from Pitzer College, California. In his work he reveals the tranquility in the subtle change of coloured streams of light using acrylic on polyester fabric adds a textured surface to the work as the light seeps through it, capturing the viewer’s attention for the duration of the cycle and beyond. The curiosity in understanding our surrounding and purpose entrenched in the artist’s practice is evident in his strive to capture the ethereal in a lucid form. As Casselman states “The who, what, where, why and how questions began for me in my childhood. Following these notions has put me on a path embracing limitless thought and combined with the deeply cathartic nature of the creative process I’m kept questioning, humbled and ever striving to embrace the unknown through the only place I find absolute logic: pure abstraction”

via: Gazelli Art House

selected by ivi

(Source: cross-connect)

thedsgnblog:

Rebecca Hakola   |   http://hakolastudios.com

"The project’s ultimate purpose was to inspire the viewer to view the selected typeface in a new light. This design celebrates 90 years of Futura, and within its pages flaunts 20 style formats, that of which the first introduced by Paul Renner in the early 1900s. It is a "squeeky clean" approach to visual communication, and boasts a clinical style aesthetic that consists of one large A3 poster which encases collectors cards and a small information booklet. The stock used is waterproof and primarily designed for wear and tear by readers, as they learn more about Futura, one of the world’s most famous and commonly used typefaces."

Rebecca Hakola is a recent graduate from the Queensland College of Art with a Bachelor of Design, majoring in Visual Communication. With a multidisciplinary approach to design and unique autonomy of thought and style, she is continuously developing her own formula for effective visual and literary communication through design. Every project she undertakes draws inspiration from her Scandinavian and Australian backgrounds, offering fresh and refined outcomes.

The Design Blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe

(via womenofgraphicdesign)

cross-connect:

Animated gif by Steve Smith, his work so bizarre and cool, and I can’t stop looking through his portfolio. 
Facebook  |  Vimeo   |  Twitter

Selected by Mariana

(Source: cross-connect)

annieaoife:


From Two Times Elliott’s Johnston Underground Type Specimen. 

annieaoife:

From Two Times Elliott’s Johnston Underground Type Specimen

(via risographics)

k15h1:

Maurice van Es

k15h1:

Maurice van Es

(Source: mauricevanes)

mentaltimetraveller:

louise bourgeois, Untitled, 2005

mentaltimetraveller:

louise bourgeois, Untitled, 2005

(via vjeranski)

womenofgraphicdesign:

type-lover:

De Vitrine Gallery
by Marta Veludo

Marta Veludo in collaboration with Sue Doeksen 

design-is-fine:

Wolfgang Weingart, Q, design alternatives for the cover of the magazine Design Quarterly, 1995, Xerography. Museum für Gestaltung Zürich, Graphic Collection, 📷 U. Romito, © ZHdK

Upcoming exhibition: Weingart Typografie 5 May - 28 Sept 2014

(via twentysixtypes)

cross-connect:

Stanley Casselman

Stanley Casselman received a Bachelors of Art from Pitzer College, California. In his work he reveals the tranquility in the subtle change of coloured streams of light using acrylic on polyester fabric adds a textured surface to the work as the light seeps through it, capturing the viewer’s attention for the duration of the cycle and beyond. The curiosity in understanding our surrounding and purpose entrenched in the artist’s practice is evident in his strive to capture the ethereal in a lucid form. As Casselman states “The who, what, where, why and how questions began for me in my childhood. Following these notions has put me on a path embracing limitless thought and combined with the deeply cathartic nature of the creative process I’m kept questioning, humbled and ever striving to embrace the unknown through the only place I find absolute logic: pure abstraction”

via: Gazelli Art House

selected by ivi

(Source: cross-connect)

thedsgnblog:

Rebecca Hakola   |   http://hakolastudios.com

"The project’s ultimate purpose was to inspire the viewer to view the selected typeface in a new light. This design celebrates 90 years of Futura, and within its pages flaunts 20 style formats, that of which the first introduced by Paul Renner in the early 1900s. It is a "squeeky clean" approach to visual communication, and boasts a clinical style aesthetic that consists of one large A3 poster which encases collectors cards and a small information booklet. The stock used is waterproof and primarily designed for wear and tear by readers, as they learn more about Futura, one of the world’s most famous and commonly used typefaces."

Rebecca Hakola is a recent graduate from the Queensland College of Art with a Bachelor of Design, majoring in Visual Communication. With a multidisciplinary approach to design and unique autonomy of thought and style, she is continuously developing her own formula for effective visual and literary communication through design. Every project she undertakes draws inspiration from her Scandinavian and Australian backgrounds, offering fresh and refined outcomes.

The Design Blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe

(via womenofgraphicdesign)

cross-connect:

Animated gif by Steve Smith, his work so bizarre and cool, and I can’t stop looking through his portfolio. 
Facebook  |  Vimeo   |  Twitter

Selected by Mariana

(Source: cross-connect)

annieaoife:


From Two Times Elliott’s Johnston Underground Type Specimen. 

annieaoife:

From Two Times Elliott’s Johnston Underground Type Specimen

(via risographics)

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This blog is a way for me to collect 'stuff' that interests me in terms of art & design (& photography).