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Amalia Pica Catalogue

Amalia Pica Catalogue

Category: Books, Colour, Design / Print,

Posted by: Ali
Posted: Feb 6th 2014
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This exhibition catalogue for Argentinian artist Amalia Pica is a real treat for those who love print. The book which was designed by Scott Reinhard and James Goggin is full of colour and some beautiful type! Scott has lots of other exciting projects over on his website. ...

BBDO Düsseldorf, Germany

BBDO Düsseldorf, Germany

Category: Advertising, Designers/Studios,

Posted by: Moshe Bienenfeld
Posted: Feb 4th 2014
No. of comments: 1

In such a simple, sleek and clever manner, they were able to create a way to: pay respect to one of the greatest musicians to ever live, show the detail of a shave and see whats hidden. Their work is simple yet very effective....
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Supergraph

Supergraph

Category: Events/Exhibitions,

Posted by: Thea
Posted: Feb 3rd 2014
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Supergraph is heading to Melbourne in just a few short weeks! The first ever design fiesta in Sydney, it's going to be a three day event full of awesome workshops and illustration throw-downs. Don't miss it!  (All branding for Supergraph created by the wonderful Melbourne studio ...

Hazen Creative

Hazen Creative

Category: Blogs,

Posted by: Catherine Adreani
Posted: Jan 24th 2014
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I loved the use of white space in this layout and the irreverence of the enormous body copy and numerical elements featured next to the graphics. This was a series of infographics for Labour Market Intelligence done by Hazen, a creative agency from Chicago - and posted to Gridness, a side blog under their umbrella, solely dedicated to grids!...
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Jessica Decker

Jessica Decker

Category: Designers/Studios,

Posted by: Ai Van
Posted: Jan 25th 2014
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I am inspired by the work of Art Director Jessica Decker. She uses various graphic elements such as vintage fabric, hand-drawn type, cute animals, and fancy faux bois. She’s especially fond of bright hues and old-school signage. In this cover, she plays with the display of utensils to guide the reading of her text. The columns are placed elegantly and the hierarchy is also marked by the differe...
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Gonzalo Nogues

Gonzalo Nogues

Category: Designers/Studios,

Posted by: Nicole
Posted: Jan 27th 2014
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I really enjoyed this magazine layout. I think the use of repetition through color and the geometrical shapes tie the pages together really well. It is also a great example of typographic hierarchy. This design was done by Gonzalo Nogues from Argentina for the Revista Dale Magazine....
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Andrew Colin Beck

Andrew Colin Beck

Category: Designers/Studios,

Posted by: Cari Sekendur
Posted: Jan 31st 2014
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I love this layout design from Andrew Colin Beck because of how he turns type into beautiful graphic elements and His mix of serif and sans serif typefaces convey a nice balance and hierarchy. ...
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Dangerdust's inspirational chalk art

Dangerdust's inspirational chalk art

Category: Design / Typography, Illustration,

Posted by: Thea
Posted: Jan 30th 2014
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Love these inspirational quotes from Dangerdust. Thanks to full-time Sydney teacher Tris for the tip! ...

Build With Chrome

Build With Chrome

Category: Other Design Fields, Web / Design,

Posted by: Thea
Posted: Jan 29th 2014
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Were you one of those kids who would always be building stuff with Lego? (Ah, the good old days.) Now there's a way to get all that Lego goodness back in your life as an adult - and best of all, you can't accidentally step on a stray piece and have to hobble around for the next week. Chrome has partnered with Lego to create an online version of the game. ...

Food iPhone Icons

Food iPhone Icons

Category: Illustration,

Posted by: Thea
Posted: Jan 28th 2014
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Love these food iPhone icons from Julian Burford!  Hungry for more vector illustration? Check out Peter's post of some great pieces currently out there. ...