All posts filed under: Graphic Design

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Goods Carrier – Prints inspired by Indian Truck Typography

Designer and illustrator Richard Vickers launches Goods Carrier, a new range of limited edition prints inspired by Indian truck art. Most people return from India inspired by the spirituality, landscape or food – but for London-based graphic designer/illustrator Richard Vickers it was the ornate decoration of Indian trucks which caught his attention. Driving across a […]

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Guimarães Jazz 2012 by Atelier Martino&Jana

Lovely use of typography in Martino&Jana latest work for Guimarães Jazz 2012: These past four years, we approached the jazz theme through humanized illustrations of musicians. It seemed important to seduce the audience through short stories or adventures of human characters. We wanted something different for the 2012 edition of Guimarães Jazz. Music is visually abstract and, in […]

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Superscript²

  Visual identity and communication campain of Nuits Sonores festival’s 9th edition. Electronic and indie music festival, Lyon-France Some wonderful work from Superscript², an independent Lyon based graphic design studio founded in 2006 by Pierre Delmas Bouly & Patrick Lallemand, in France. The studio Superscript² invests different medias of expression from graphic design such as publishing (book, catalog, […]

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Type Talk interview with Paul Rand and Mario Rampone

On Paul Rand site: There are essentially two kinds of typography: The familiar kind for reading, and the other, simply for viewing, like a painting. Some say that readability is most important. There are really two important things about typography: readability and beauty; both are equally important. However, many readable typefaces are visually offensive. The […]