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Poster design.
nemfrog:

Poster, “Symphony of a Big City”, 1928. Georgii Augustovich Stenberg. 

Poster design.

nemfrog:

Poster, “Symphony of a Big City”, 1928. Georgii Augustovich Stenberg. 

(Source: cooperhewitt.org, via superkintaro)

So how can we get a set?

typeworship:

Glossary of Design Terms

I love these little design booklets by Turkish designer, Volkan Olmez. They were created for presentation at the Turkish Society of Graphic Designers. Each colourful pocket size book describes a common design term such as Amorphous, Contour, Transform or Vector.

(Source: The Dieline)

Love this white cat.

Love this white cat.

(Source: mrharristweed, via superkintaro)

Pulling out the type drawers. Letterpress

baltimoreprints:

Some Saturday night design work at BPS.

Pulling out the type drawers. Letterpress

baltimoreprints:

Some Saturday night design work at BPS.

 A model can be illuminating. City Tower by Louis Kahn | 1957

archilibs:

City Tower Louis Kahn architecture model

City Tower by Louis Kahn | 1957
The City Tower, designed by Louis Kahn with Anne Tyng in…

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 A model can be illuminating. City Tower by Louis Kahn | 1957

archilibs:

City Tower Louis Kahn architecture model

City Tower by Louis Kahn | 1957

The City Tower, designed by Louis Kahn with Anne Tyng in…

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(via deliciousdimension)

Fabulously, meticulously, designed and constructed. We just love these.

atelierfabrik:

String & Buttons boxes we designed and produced for our own use. Some small enough to fit business cards, others big enough to fit an old-school laptop. 

good:


Designing a Brighter Future: The Brand-New Design for Social Innovation Program at SVA- MFA Design for Social Innovation, SVA wrote in Design, Education and New York City

The process has been a designer’s dream: translating a sketchy idea into something with a life of its own, just waking up to the almost unlimited potential influence we have, through what we learn and teach, the clients and projects we take on, and the graduates who leave to exert their own influence in corporations, non-profits, governments and as entrepreneurs around the world.
Continue reading on good.is


Stay tuned for this ongoing column from the faculty and students of Design for Social Innovation at School of Visual Arts

good:

Designing a Brighter Future: The Brand-New Design for Social Innovation Program at SVA
MFA Design for Social Innovation, SVA wrote in Design, Education and New York City

The process has been a designer’s dream: translating a sketchy idea into something with a life of its own, just waking up to the almost unlimited potential influence we have, through what we learn and teach, the clients and projects we take on, and the graduates who leave to exert their own influence in corporations, non-profits, governments and as entrepreneurs around the world.

Continue reading on good.is


Stay tuned for this ongoing column from the faculty and students of Design for Social Innovation at School of Visual Arts

nevver:

150th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation Forever Stamp

nevver:

150th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation Forever Stamp

kickstarter:

The best present of all.
Christmas came a little early for the creators behind AJOTO, a pen crafted by a band of UK-based designers. Congratulations on reaching — and surpassing — your funding goal!
To all those celebrating today: Merry Christmas!
And a Happy New Year all around.

kickstarter:

The best present of all.

Christmas came a little early for the creators behind AJOTO, a pen crafted by a band of UK-based designers. Congratulations on reaching — and surpassing — your funding goal!

To all those celebrating today: Merry Christmas!

And a Happy New Year all around.

Poster design.
nemfrog:

Poster, “Symphony of a Big City”, 1928. Georgii Augustovich Stenberg. 

Poster design.

nemfrog:

Poster, “Symphony of a Big City”, 1928. Georgii Augustovich Stenberg. 

(Source: cooperhewitt.org, via superkintaro)

So how can we get a set?

typeworship:

Glossary of Design Terms

I love these little design booklets by Turkish designer, Volkan Olmez. They were created for presentation at the Turkish Society of Graphic Designers. Each colourful pocket size book describes a common design term such as Amorphous, Contour, Transform or Vector.

(Source: The Dieline)

Green can look so good.

Green can look so good.

(Source: katan, via cubiclerefugee)

Love this white cat.

Love this white cat.

(Source: mrharristweed, via superkintaro)

Pulling out the type drawers. Letterpress

baltimoreprints:

Some Saturday night design work at BPS.

Pulling out the type drawers. Letterpress

baltimoreprints:

Some Saturday night design work at BPS.

 A model can be illuminating. City Tower by Louis Kahn | 1957

archilibs:

City Tower Louis Kahn architecture model

City Tower by Louis Kahn | 1957
The City Tower, designed by Louis Kahn with Anne Tyng in…

View Post

 A model can be illuminating. City Tower by Louis Kahn | 1957

archilibs:

City Tower Louis Kahn architecture model

City Tower by Louis Kahn | 1957

The City Tower, designed by Louis Kahn with Anne Tyng in…

View Post

(via deliciousdimension)

Fabulously, meticulously, designed and constructed. We just love these.

atelierfabrik:

String & Buttons boxes we designed and produced for our own use. Some small enough to fit business cards, others big enough to fit an old-school laptop. 

Brilliant work in this cover series.
(via Vintage MacDonald Educational Cover Designs 1972-1973)

Brilliant work in this cover series.

(via Vintage MacDonald Educational Cover Designs 1972-1973)

Eames

Eames

(via jntquigley)

good:


Designing a Brighter Future: The Brand-New Design for Social Innovation Program at SVA- MFA Design for Social Innovation, SVA wrote in Design, Education and New York City

The process has been a designer’s dream: translating a sketchy idea into something with a life of its own, just waking up to the almost unlimited potential influence we have, through what we learn and teach, the clients and projects we take on, and the graduates who leave to exert their own influence in corporations, non-profits, governments and as entrepreneurs around the world.
Continue reading on good.is


Stay tuned for this ongoing column from the faculty and students of Design for Social Innovation at School of Visual Arts

good:

Designing a Brighter Future: The Brand-New Design for Social Innovation Program at SVA
MFA Design for Social Innovation, SVA wrote in Design, Education and New York City

The process has been a designer’s dream: translating a sketchy idea into something with a life of its own, just waking up to the almost unlimited potential influence we have, through what we learn and teach, the clients and projects we take on, and the graduates who leave to exert their own influence in corporations, non-profits, governments and as entrepreneurs around the world.

Continue reading on good.is


Stay tuned for this ongoing column from the faculty and students of Design for Social Innovation at School of Visual Arts

nevver:

150th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation Forever Stamp

nevver:

150th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation Forever Stamp

kickstarter:

The best present of all.
Christmas came a little early for the creators behind AJOTO, a pen crafted by a band of UK-based designers. Congratulations on reaching — and surpassing — your funding goal!
To all those celebrating today: Merry Christmas!
And a Happy New Year all around.

kickstarter:

The best present of all.

Christmas came a little early for the creators behind AJOTO, a pen crafted by a band of UK-based designers. Congratulations on reaching — and surpassing — your funding goal!

To all those celebrating today: Merry Christmas!

And a Happy New Year all around.

movieposteroftheday:

Japanese poster for WHITE LIGHT/BLACK RAIN: THE DESTRUCTION OF HIROSHIMA AND NAGASAKI (Steven Okazaki, USA, 2007)
Designer: Yuji Kimura (b. 1947)
Poster source: Posteritati

movieposteroftheday:

Japanese poster for WHITE LIGHT/BLACK RAIN: THE DESTRUCTION OF HIROSHIMA AND NAGASAKI (Steven Okazaki, USA, 2007)

Designer: Yuji Kimura (b. 1947)

Poster source: Posteritati

(via idea-obscura)

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